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North Texas School Districts

The Frisco Independent School District is centered in Frisco, Texas and counts a student population of 46,053 attending 62 different schools. 94% of the students are deemed proficient in math and reading based on state standards. The district’s annual budget of $454,621,000 translates to a $11,331 spending budget per student. Frisco Independent School District is ranked 16th in Texas.

Centered in Plano, Texas, the Plano Independent School District counts 54,822 students attending 85 schools in grades ranging from Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten all the way up to grade 12. Based on state standards, 89% of the students in the district a proficient in reading and math. With an annual budget of $595,680,000, a total of $10,702 is spent per student. The district is currently ranked 5th in the state of Texas.

The Little Elm Independent School District incorporates 40 square miles in the southeast corner of Denton County on the north end of Lake Lewisville.

Centered in Allen, Texas, Allen Independent School District reports 20,381 students attending 24 schools in grades ranging from Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten up through grade 12, 94% of which are considered to be proficient in reading and math by state standards. The district reports an annual budget of $232,630,000, which comes down to a spending total of $11,927 per student. The district is currently ranked 11th in the state of Texas.

This school district is centered in Prosper, Texas. It reports 6,413 students registered across 9 schools in grades from Pre-Kinder and Kinder to grade 12. Prosper Independent School District reports an annual spending budget of $70,230,000, averaging to $14,489 per student. The district is currently ranked 18th in Texas.

Centered in the Northeast Dallas Township, in Texas, there are over 7,000 students currently attending 9 schools in grades ranging from Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten to 12. Data shows that 98% of its students are considered proficient in both reading (where applicable) and math, this according to educational state standards, and the annual budget of $134,595,000 means that the spending average per student is of $19,782. Student parent reviews for the district’s schools are quite positive, with a very high rate of satisfaction the education services provided. The district is currently ranked 2nd in the state of Texas.

This school district is located in Northeast Tarrant Township, Texas, and currently has nearly 8,000 students attending 12 schools in grades spanning Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten through 12. State standard proficiency scores list it at 98% for reading and math, and the annual budget is reported at $113,191,000, which comes down to $14,715 per student. The district ranks second overall right behind Highland Park Independent School District, making the schools here wonderful choices for parents looking for the best education for their children. The district is currently ranked 3rd in the state of Texas.

Coppell Independent School District is centered in the Southwest Dallas Township and counts 11,364 students in grades from Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten to 12. 92% of the students are considered proficient in math and reading based on state standards. With an annual budget of $124,775,000 each student is allocated $11,687 in spending therefrom. The district is ranked 6th in the state of Texas.

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