Why School Zoning is Important to Consider When Buying a New Home
November 16, 2011 7:46 am
One reason parents look for new homes for sale in Frisco, Texas is the public school system. The exemplary rated Frisco Independent School District is one of the fastest growing districts in the state. It serves residents of Frisco, as well as some portions of Plano, Little Elm, and McKinney.
Even though the district has been growing at a fast pace, the boundaries haven’t changed since 1902. That means you’re not limited to looking for new homes for sale in Frisco, Texas. Landon Homes’ Lakeview neighborhoods in Little Elm are all zoned for Frisco ISD schools. In fact, Robertson Elementary School is located right in the community.
The Frisco ISD has been able to keep boundaries the same by building new schools within the zoned area, or by modifying existing schools to accommodate new students. The district currently plans to modify its high schools in this way, to save construction and operating funds, while meeting the goals of having smaller schools and providing stability.
Small schools are an attractive feature to parents, since they allow more students to be involved in activities and for meaningful relationships to develop between students and teachers. Student test scores in the district continue to improve, and are well above state and national averages. About 90 percent of graduating seniors plan to continue their education at a college, university, technical school, or the military as well.
The Frisco ISD is a leader in technology too; elementary and secondary schools all have computer labs and distance learning equipment for virtual field trips. Classrooms are equipped with document cameras, wireless keyboards, ‘smart tablets’ and student response systems for interaction and immediate feedback.
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