Lone Star High School is a high school located in Frisco, Texas, part of the Frisco Independent School District. The building opened in the fall of 2009 as an annex for students from Wakeland High School. In the fall of 2010 it formally opened with its own attendance zone as the district's high school (without seniors). In 2012 the official enrollment from 9th-12th grade was 952. Now the school is thriving and will soon join the ranks of the others in the district with the rising, rapid influx of student enrollment.
The Lone Star Rangers compete in cross country, volleyball, football, basketball, wrestling, swimming, power lifting, soccer, golf, tennis, track and field, softball, baseball, and HoN. In the first year of football the Rangers ended with a 0-10 season but had three players make All- District. Safety, Andrew Carlquist, Linebacker, Kevin Gardner, Running Back,and Macauley Johnson. in the following years, the Ranger football team made the playoffs two consecutive years. (2012-2013). Lone Star will also change from a 3A school to a 4A school along with the others in their district with the new income of students in 2014. In addition, the school's track team won state in 2012 bringing a sense of pride to the newly established campus. In 2012, the Rangers won regionals qualifying for state in tennis and once again done so in 2013.
As for other extracurricular activities, the fine arts department is excelling. Band and color guard have won numerous awards and competitions for years with competitions throughout the football season. The drill team has also successfully competed in spring competitions throughout the years. Finally, the theatre program has performed many great musicals and plays with the UIL groups delivering an outstanding performance each time. The Lone Star High School has an up-and-coming Rodeo Squad team which has had a very successful first season with an average of 8.34 seconds or more per team member on the bulls.