Selecting a school for your child can be an overwhelming responsibility, but for parents seeking outstanding educational opportunities, rich extracurricular activities and measurable academic success, the acclaimed Frisco Independent School District is the perfect choice.
Recently ranked among The Dallas Morning News’ list of best neighborhoods for public schools in the region, Frisco ISD is a top-performing school district serving the gated, Richwoods community. One of the fastest growing school districts in the nation—surpassing enrollment of 43,000 students—Frisco ISD is committed to identifying the individual academic needs of each child and remains steadfast with their vision of tightknit schools and small classes.
The newly built, state-of-the-art Vandeventer Middle School is adjacent to Richwoods and offers the convenience of a neighborhood drop-off zone. Serving students in grades six through eight, Vandeventer features a community learning environment with excellent teacher-to-student ratios. The curriculum at VMS includes rigorous Pre-AP courses in science, geometry and integrated language arts. The school prides itself on preparing students for “futures filled with leadership, learning, and integrity.”
The other two schools serving Richwoods—Curtsinger Elementary and Liberty High—are also top-rated schools within minutes of your new home in Richwoods. A distinguished Blue Ribbon School and recipient of the Texas Education Association Exemplary Campus Award, Curtsinger offers a curriculum designed to provide a comprehensive academic program that fosters a love of learning across all students in grades K through five.
Liberty High School—recently selected as one of the best 2,000 public high schools in the nation and boasting a 99% graduation rate—is known for its robust course offering encompassing mathematics, science, social studies, fine arts and languages, as well as thriving athletic and music departments. Liberty is also a leader in educational technology with cutting edge computer labs and the latest online learning tools available to every student.
Backed by an active Board, Administration and the community, Frisco ISD continues to excel at providing a challenging and positive learning opportunity for all students. The 2012-2013 school year begins Monday, August 23rd at all Frisco ISD campuses.