First Rate Homes. First Rate Education.

A Community’s Commitment to Education

First Rate Homes. First Rate Education.

You’ve got to love a community that makes a conscious decision that smaller is better. Frisco ISD believes smaller schools offer a better learning environment and better teacher-and-student relationships. As a result, student test scores are well above the state and national average, with Frisco ISD ranked in the top 10% of Texas schools. Students are encouraged to pursue their interests in fine arts, athletics and clubs. And 90% plan to continue their education after high school.

There’s another benefit to smaller schools: more students have the opportunity to get involved in more ways.  If a high school has 2,000 students instead of 5,000, your child has more opportunities to play on a team, act in a play or march in the band. Students also get more personal attention and more encouragement. Simply put, students thrive in Frisco ISD.

Frisco ISD was named one of the 100 Best Communities for Young People in 2012 by ING.  In 2013, it was also named to the College Board’s AP District Honor Roll, and honored as one of the Best Communities for Music Education. You can send your children to the following schools in Frisco, which are all only 2 miles away, with confidence.


Grades K-5 Gene and Ruby Nichols Elementary

680 students enrolled in 2014-2015

Grades 6-8 Pioneer Heritage Middle School

762 students enrolled in 2014-2015

  • 7th grade Girls Soccer team was District Champions in 2015
  • 8th grade Boys Soccer Team was District Champions in 2014 and 2015
  • A PMS 8th grade student advanced to the 2015 Texas National Geographic State Bee
  • Five 7th grade students were named Regional Winners in the 2015 Lexus Eco Challenge, a STEM contest for students in grades 6-12.

School clubs and activities include Art Club, Cheerleading, National Junior Honor Society, Pioneer Yearbook, and Math and Science Club. Students may also participate in Band, Art, Orchestra, Choir, Theatre and a wide variety of sports teams.

Grades 9-12 Frisco High School

1,923 students enrolled in 2014-2015

Frisco High School students may participate in Band, Choir, Orchestra, Cheerleading, Drill Team, Theatre, Athletics and more than 30 clubs and organizations. These include U.S. Institute of Theatre Technology, National Honor Society, DECA, Computer Science Club, Anime Book Club, Student Council, Business Professionals of America, Music Appreciation Club and more.