Frisco Independent School District

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Frisco ISD

Frisco Independent School District is a public school district based in Frisco, Texas (USA).

The District covers portions of the cities of Frisco, Little Elm, McKinney, and Plano, as well as unincorporated land in Denton and Collin counties.

The District was originally formed in 1876 and known as the Farmers School District. Small schoolhouses served the rural population at that time. The community of Frisco began to emerge in 1902 and the school district was renamed.

The District is one of the fastest growing in Texas and the nation. In 1995, Frisco ISD had four schools. Since then, the District has added 52 new schools, opening two-to-six campuses annually. No public school district in the country grew faster from 1990-1991 to 2010-2011, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.

Approximately 90 percent of the graduating seniors plan to continue their education in some way after high school.[citation needed]

In 2013, the school district was rated to have "met standard" by the Texas Education Agency.[1]

In October 2013, enrollment in Frisco ISD schools surpassed 46,000 students and is expected to climb by about 3,000 students each year. Demographers project enrollment in Frisco ISD schools will climb to 55,807 students by 2016 and 65,848 students by 2020. To meet the demands of increasing student enrollment, the District plans to open Independence High School and four new elementary schools in fall 2014. In addition, Reedy High School and two middle schools will welcome students in fall 2015.

School Leadership[edit]

  • Jeremy Lyon - FISD Superintendent of Schools

Frisco ISD Board of Trustees

  • Anne McCausland - President
  • John Hoxie - Vice President
  • Debbie Gillespie - Secretary
  • Bryan Dodson - Member
  • Chris Todd - Member
  • Renee Ehmke - Member
  • John Classe - Member

The FISD Board of Trustees and the community are committed to small, personal learning environments. The mission of the Frisco Independent School District is to know every student by name and need.


Frisco ISD has 6 high schools, 13 middle schools, 33 elementary schools and 4 special programs centers. During the 2012-2013 school year, 1 middle school and 3 elementary schools were opened.

High schools (grades 9–12)[edit]

Middle schools (grades 6–8)[edit]

  • Clark Middle School
  • Fowler Middle School (Plano)
  • Griffin Middle School
  • Hunt Middle School
  • Maus Middle School
  • Cobb Middle School
  • Pioneer Heritage Middle School
  • Roach Middle School
  • Scoggins Middle School (McKinney)
  • Stafford Middle School
  • Staley Middle School
  • Trent Middle School (opening Fall 2015)
  • Vandeventer Middle School
  • Wester Middle School

Elementary schools (grades K–5)[edit]

  • Allen Elementary School
  • Anderson Elementary School (Plano)
  • Ashley Elementary School
  • Bledsoe Elementary School
  • Boals Elementary School
  • Borchardt Elementary School (Plano)
  • Bright Elementary School
  • Carroll Elementary School
  • Christie Elementary School
  • Comstock Elementary School (McKinney)
  • Corbell Elementary School
  • Curtsinger Elementary School
  • Elliott Elementary School (McKinney)
  • Fisher Elementary School
  • Gunstream Elementary School
  • Hosp Elementary School (opening fall 2014)
  • Isbell Elementary School
  • McSpedden Elementary School (opening fall 2014)
  • Mooneyham Elementary School (McKinney)
  • Newman Elementary School (opening Fall 2014)
  • Nichols Elementary School
  • Ogle Elementary School (McKinney)
  • Phillips Elementary School
  • Pink Elementary School
  • Purefoy Elementary School
  • Riddle Elementary School (Plano)
  • Robertson Elementary School (Little Elm)
  • Rogers Elementary School
  • Scott Elementary School (opening Fall 2014 in McKinney)
  • Sem Elementary School
  • Shawnee Trail Elementary School
  • Smith Elementary School
  • Sonntag Elementary School (McKinney)
  • Sparks Elementary School
  • Spears Elementary School
  • Tadlock Elementary School
  • Taylor Elementary School (Plano)

Special program centers[edit]

  • Career and Technology Education (CTE) Center
  • Acker Special Programs Center
  • Early Childhood School
  • Student Opportunity Center


  1. ^ "PRELIMINARY 2013 ACCOUNTABILITY RATINGS". 2013 District Ratings List. Texas Education Agency. Retrieved 24 August 2013. 
  2. ^ Microsoft Word - list-2003.doc

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