Most students living in Frisco attend Frisco ISD schools. Students living in Frisco neighborhoods located in Denton County, west of Legacy Drive and south of Lebanon Road, attend Lewisville ISD schools. Some students living in east and northeast Frisco attend Little Elm ISD schools and a growing number of students living in northeast Frisco attend Prosper ISD schools.
Best Frisco schools
Listed below are schools attended by Frisco students that earned 2018 top DFW open enrollment high schools, 2018 top DFW open enrollment middle schools and 2018 top DFW open enrollment elementary schools rankings. Student achievement indexes, numbers of students and student-teacher ratios for all Frisco public schools are provided at the bottom of this page.
Liberty High School, Wakeland High School, Pearson Middle School, Fowler Middle School, Pioneer Heritage Middle School, Griffin Middle School, Vandeventer Middle School, McSpedden Elementary School, Norris Elementary School, Hosp Elementary School and Ashley Elementary School additionally earned spots on the 2018 Texas best high schools, 2018 Texas best middle schools and 2018 Texas best elementary schools rankings.
More than 90 percent of the students who attend forty-three of the sixty-six public schools that serve Frisco met or exceeded the Texas Education Agency (TEA) 2017 State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) achievement standard. As can be seen by clicking on this north Dallas suburbs schools performance link, this is a significantly higher percentage of schools attaining this distinction than in other parts of the DFW metroplex.
The 2017 accountability rating for all of the public schools serving Frisco students is Met Standard, currently the TEA top campus and district rating. Frisco ISD, Lewisville ISD, Little Elm ISD and Prosper ISD also all received Met Standard ratings. Frisco ISD and Prosper ISD are ranked among the 2018 best school districts in Texas.
Additional performance evaluation information for all Frisco public schools, including subject level STAAR tests results and Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB), SAT and ACT scores for high schools, and numbers of students by grade, campus addresses and phone numbers are available by clicking on campus names listed below.
|Hicks Elementary School
|Arbor Creek Middle School
|Hebron Ninth Grade Center||92.8||985||14.6|
|Hebron High School||89.2||2,633||17.6|
|Hackberry Elementary School
|Prestwick K-8 STEM Academy
|Lakeside Middle School
|Little Elm High School||79.3||2,038||18.4|
|Rucker Elementary School
|Reynolds Middle School||92.8||1,129||15.6|
|Rogers Middle School
|Prosper High School||92.9||2,515||14.5|
Student Achievement Index is the percentage of total number of student assessments for all subjects tested that met or exceeded TEA achievement standards. Click on this TEA accountability link for additional 2017 accountability information and general guidelines.
Source: Texas Education Agency.
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