Frenship Independent School District

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Frenship Independent School District
Location
501 7th Street, Wolfforth, TX, 79382
United States of America
District information
TypePublic
Motto"Seek perfection - Capture excellence"
GradesPK - 12
Established1935
SuperintendentDr. Michelle McCord
Other information
Websitewww.frenship.us

Frenship Independent School District is a public school district based in Wolfforth, Texas, United States.

In addition to Wolfforth, the district serves western portions of Lubbock and southwestern Lubbock County. A small part of Hockley County also lies within the district. 9,387 students are enrolled at Frenship ISD.

In 2009, the school district was rated "academically acceptable" by the Texas Education Agency.[1]

Schools[edit]

Frenship ISD has a total of fourteen schools. Four schools are located in Wolfforth, nine in the city of Lubbock, and one in Lubbock County.

High schools (grades 9-12)[edit]

  • Frenship High School (Wolfforth)
  • Frenship 9th Grade Center (Wolfforth)
  • Reese Education Center (Lubbock)

Middle schools (grades 6-8)[edit]

  • Frenship Middle School (Wolfforth)
  • Heritage Middle School (Lubbock)
  • Terra Vista Middle School (Lubbock)

Elementary schools (grades Pre-K-5)[edit]

  • Bennett Elementary School (Wolfforth)
  • Crestview Elementary School (Lubbock)
  • Legacy Elementary School (Lubbock)
  • North Ridge Elementary School (Lubbock)
  • Oak Ridge Elementary School (Lubbock)
  • Upland Heights Elementary School

(Lubbock)

  • Westwind Elementary School (Lubbock)
  • Willow Bend Elementary School (Lubbock County)

Notable students[edit]

  • William John Cox (Billy Jack Cox), public interest attorney, author, and political activist; attended 1946-1956

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2009 Accountability Rating System". Texas Education Agency.[permanent dead link]

External links[edit]