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Scott Real Estate Bedford TX  - Catholic Real Estate Agent  
From my family to yours it is my pleasure to guide you through the process of selling your home and buying a home.  It brings me great pleasure to help in such an important time.  My business is a little different because I am an independent Broker, this allows me to work with all Real Estate Agents throughout North Texas to get your home sold quickly.  Please call me at 817-703-1165. This number is my cell phone because I want to be personally available to you.   I want you to have only one contact when it comes to your real estate needs.  I know your time is valuable and I will make the process smooth. 
In Christ,
Scott Killian
Cell/Text/Office:  817-703-1165
Scott Killian holds the following Distinctions:
  • Texas Real Estate Broker License
  • Metrotex Association of Realtors Regional Advisory Council Founding Member
  • E-Pro Certified Realtor 
  • Hackberry Creek Country Club "Preferred Realtor®"
  • Hackberry Creek Subdivision preferred access Realtor®
  • Member of the ICREA - International Consortium of Real Estate Associations.
  • Member of the National Association of Realtors (NAR)
  • Member of the Texas Association of Realtors (TAR)
  • Member of the MetroTex Association of Realtors (GDAR)
  • Member of the North Texas  "Multiple Listing Service" (MLS)
  • Member of Centralized Showing Systems (CSS)
  • Active Volunteer to Faustina Academy Catholic School
  • Outstanding Realty Web Presence 
  • Owner and Founder of Scott Real Estate, Inc.
  • Graduate from UNLV with Bachelors degree
  • World's best Dad by my 5 children
  • Most Active Independent Real Estate Broker for Bedford and Euless multiple times
I am also very proud of the following:
  • I put God first.  I have very strong moral beliefs.
  • Proud to have won 5 President Cup Sales Awards.
  • Multi-Million dollar production club 
  • Recognized at different times by Point2agent as the states number one website 
  • Consistently save my clients money.
  • Consistently get referrals from my clients.
  • I utilize technology to generate traffic to all my listings via, and many other home search engines

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HEB Named to State's Top Four School Districts



HEB ISD Earns "Recognized" Rating

HEB ISD received official district and campus ratings from the Texas Education Agency. The district has been rated "Recognized," based on 2008 TAKS scores. "We are extremely pleased with our ratings," Dr. Gene Buinger, superintendent of schools, said. "They are a reflection of the collaboration of our teachers, campus administrators, and central office curriculum coordinators. We have had an instructional improvement plan for the last five years that has a very specific curriculum, and everyone at the campus and central office levels has worked hard to execute the plan. We are especially proud that our two 5A comprehensive high schools, which represent all student groups that count toward accountability ratings, earned a "Recognized" rating."


District Rating: Recognized

Campus Ratings

Bell High School: Recognized

Trinity High School Recognized

KEYS: Acceptable

Central Jr. High: Acceptable

Euless Jr. High: Recognized

Hurst Jr. High: Recognized

Bedford Jr. High: Acceptable

Harwood: Recognized

Bellaire Elementary Recognized

Harrison Lane: Recognized

North Euless: Exemplary

Oakwood Terrace Acceptable

Shady Oaks: Exemplary

South Euless: Recognized

Stonegate: Recognized

West Hurst: Recognized

Wilshire: Exemplary

Donna Park: Recognized

Midway Park: Recognized

Hurst Hills: Recognized

Bell Manor: Recognized

Shady Brook: Recognized

Lakewood: Exemplary

Bedford Hts.: Exemplary

Transition Program Recognized

Spring Garden: Exemplary

Meadow Creek: Exemplary

River Trails: Exemplary





HEB Named to State's Top Four Districts

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Education Resource Group (ERG), a company that annually examines the student performance and operating efficiency of the 200 largest Texas public school districts, has named the HEB ISD as one of top four school districts in the state, based on 2006 test data.

ERG analyzes the 200 largest districts, which enroll 83 percent of the students who attend Texas public schools. The ERG analysis measures the relationship between operating expenditures and student achievement. Based on their most recent analysis, HEB ISD was among four school districts in Texas to receive top honors.

HEB ISD was named what Education Resource Group designates as a “Best Practices” district. Superintendent Dr. Gene Buinger said this honor means the district is serving students, parents, and the greater HEB community.

“The combination of strong student performance and overall operating efficiency means that HEB ISD is giving parents and taxpayers the most bang for the buck,” Buinger said.

HEB ISD shares “Best Practices” status with Richardson ISD, the only other Metroplex district to be named to the top four. The other two districts are Angleton ISD, in the greater Houston area, and Eagle Pass ISD, located southwest of San Antonio, on the Texas-Mexico border.

ERG uses academic, demographic, staffing, and financial data to determine “Best Practices” districts. They use an Academic Performance Index that includes TAKS pass rate; graduation rates; SAT mean scores; and ACT mean scores.

The company uses financial data to measure operating costs in relation to student demographics. The financial data make adjustments for regional cost differences in Texas.

ERG uses an accountability matrix to determine school district rankings across the largest 200 districts. There are four levels in the Academic Performance Index and four levels in Operating Efficiency. Level One in each area results in the highest rankings.

HEB ISD has achieved a Level One in academics and in finance, along with the other three districts in Texas named to the top four.

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