21 October . 2020
The Grove Frisco schools excel in ’21 Niche rankings
Niche has released its 2021 school rankings, and the results are great news for the Frisco ISD schools serving The Grove Frisco at every grade level.
To come up with its rankings, Niche evaluated more than 1,800 K-12 campuses in more than 80 school districts in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, using a rigorous analysis of data from dozens of public data sources and reviews from students and parents.
On the district level, Frisco ISD ranks No. 5 among all school districts in the Metroplex, with an overall grade of A+ and more A+ marks for Academics and College Prep. Frisco ISD also earned A grades for Teachers, Clubs & Activities, and Health & Safety.
With more than 60,000 students, Frisco ISD is by far the largest district in the top five Metroplex districts ranked by Niche.
Statewide, Frisco ISD ranks No. 7 out of more than 1,000 districts evaluated. Nationally, Frisco ISD ranks among the top 1.5% of more than 10,000 school districts in the United States.
There was more good news for each of the Frisco ISD campuses zoned to serve The Grove Frisco for the current academic year. Highlights include:
- Isbell Elementary earned an A+ overall Niche grade, with more A’s for Academics, Teachers and Diversity.
- McSpedden Elementary also earned an A+ overall Niche grade, with an A+ for Academics, an A for Teachers, and a B+ for Diversity.
- Liberty High School ranks as the No. 3 traditional high school in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, out of more than 300 high schools ranked. When charter and magnet schools are included, Liberty ranks No. 5. It has an A+ overall grade, with more A+ marks for Academics and College Prep. The school also earned A’s for Teachers, Diversity and Health & Safety.
Lawler Middle School, opened in 2018, is too new to have a Niche ranking, but it has an A accountability rating from the Texas Education Agency, and has earned 6 out of 7 available TEA Distinction Designations.
Learn more about the highly rated public schools serving The Grove Frisco.
Previous Post“Back to normal” – 5 trends to watch in the 2021 housing forecast
Older PostResident events keep The Grove Frisco connected, even with social distancing
Want More Information?
- 2020 (22)
- 2019 (31)
- 2018 (22)