About Schluter Elementary School
Schluter Elementary School serves families in the southern portion of Northwest ISD in a learning community near Eaton High School and Adams Middle School, where it is known for helping students achieve excellence.
The school is named after Carl E. Schluter, an educator and farmer who lived in the Northwest ISD area. After graduating from Rhome High School in 1943, Mr. Schluter served as a pilot in the U.S. Navy and later graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in agricultural engineering. He went on to earn his master’s degree and teaching certificate from the University of Texas at Arlington. After his own schooling, Mr. Schluter taught at Northwest High School and served on the district’s school board.
At Schluter Elementary, students are at home in a safe and nurturing environment that encouraged positive attitudes and striving for excellence.
Schluter’s motto revolves around students serving as learners today so they can become the leaders of tomorrow. Through this, students pledge to use their talents while respecting themselves and each other.
Colors: Purple, Silver and Black
Learners today...Leaders tomorrow!
Schluter Student Pledge
Schluter Spurs have
Use their talents
Respect themselves and each other, and
Strive for excellence every day.