31 May . 2018
At The Grove Frisco, our kids thrive in highly regarded Frisco ISD schools
At The Grove Frisco, we understand that excellent public schools are a top priority for most homebuyers. Even those without kids in school realize the benefits of living in a desirable sought-after school district.
That’s why we’re proud to be part of the highly regarded Frisco Independent School District, which has an A+ overall grade from Niche, with more A+ grades for Academics, Teachers, College Prep and Health & Safety.
Niche ranks Frisco ISD in the Top 1% of public school districts in Texas, placing it at No. 8 out of 975 districts rated.
The Frisco ISD schools that students living in The Grove Frisco are zoned to attend are also highly rated by Niche and other organizations, and all are located within 3 miles of the community.
McSpedden Elementary School, for grades K-5, has an A+ overall grade from Niche. Calling the school “elite,” Niche also gives it A+ marks for Academics and Teachers. GreatSchools.org, another well-regarded school ratings website, gives McSpedden Elementary an overall rating of 10 points out of 10.
Lawler Middle School, for grades 6-8, opens in August, 2018, and it will no doubt live up to the high standard of Frisco ISD. Featuring a new design created for Frisco ISD’s middle school campuses, Lawler has a central core that includes the library and an open courtyard, with separate wings for each grade level. The campus includes spacious state-of-the-art facilities for fine arts, athletics and other areas.
Liberty High School, for grades 9-10, has an A+ overall Niche rating, which it also calls “elite.” The school has A+ scores for Academics and College Prep from Niche, along with A marks for Teachers, Clubs & Activities, Diversity and Health & Safety. GreatSchools.org gives it a 9 rating.
In the 2018 U.S. News Best High Schools rankings, Liberty earned a silver medal, a distinction achieved by only 11% of high schools nationwide. U.S. News describes Liberty as a “high-performing school,” with distinctions including a 99% graduation rate and a 15:1 student-teacher ratio.
Independence High School, for grades 11-12, has an A overall Niche rating. The school has A- scores for Academics and College Prep from Niche, along with A marks for Clubs & Activities. GreatSchools.org gives it an 8 rating.
Residents of The Grove Frisco will also be close to lifelong opportunities for higher education, with the University of North Texas moving ahead with plans to create a $100 million Frisco campus that will serve 5,000 students. UNT already teaches more than 1,500 students in Collin County each semester at its current facilities.