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  • Aledo ISD - The purpose and mission of Aledo ISD is to produce students who'll continue to develop intellectually, physically, and socially in order to ensure that they'll become responsible citizens and contributing members of society.
  • Allen ISD:  The Allen Independent School District serves the rapidly growing city of Allen, Texas, a suburban community located 23 miles north of Dallas. Student enrollment has more than doubled since 1989, bringing the current number of students to approximately 19,000 in grades K-12. Students attend one of 16 elementary schools, three middle schools, one freshman center and one high school.
  • Anna ISDThe Anna Independent School District is located in a fast-growing area which covers 63 square miles in the northeast corner of Collin County.  The school district consists of two elementary schools, one middle school, one high school and athletic facilities and is currently responsible for the education of approximately 2200 students.  The district's motto is "Achieving Excellence Together".
  • Arlington ISD - Prepares students for future employment and higher education through challenging academic programs and extra-curricular activities. Eighty percent of the student body is on an advanced education track, with about 12 percent of those students enrolled in honors courses.
  • Azle ISD - Is dedicated to Exemplary Education for the students of our community. Educates students from Tarrant, Parker, and Wise Counties.
  • Birdville ISD- Accomplishments are imprints of excellence, and educational excellence is the standard being lauded across Birdville Independent School District.
  • Burleson ISD- An innovative partnership with parents and community, is to prepare each student to be a responsible, contributing citizen, able to achieve maximum personal potential and embrace change by addressing individual student differences through exemplary curriculum, programs, and staff in a progressive and safe environment.
  • Carroll ISD - A K-12 public school system located in the heart of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. The 21-square-mile district consists of 11 schools serving more than 7,800 students and 1,000 employees. The district is the largest school district in the state of Texas to earn the top rating of "Exemplary" by the Texas Education Agency.
  • Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD:  The district encompasses 53.42 square miles and is located primarily in northwest Dallas County with a smaller portion in southeast Denton County. The school district's boundaries are not the same as municipal boundaries; therefore, Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District provides instructional services to children who live in portions of Carrollton, Farmers Branch, Addison, Coppell, Dallas, and Irving.
  • Cedar Hill ISD: The first independent school board for Cedar Hill was founded in 1886, with the first official brick building dedicated in 1888. The Cedar Hill ISD was formally recognized in 1900. The district had four employees and six graduating seniors in the early 1900's. Today Cedar Hill ISD has over 800 employees and had 420 seniors to graduate in 2007.
  • Celina ISD:  The mission of the Celina Independent School District as the primary educational entity is to provide a safe, caring, structured learning environment where teachers educate and motivate students to become productive citizens of their community.
  • Community ISD:  With the committment that all students can learn, the Community ISD will provide adequate opportunities and education strategies to enable the students to be productive citizens in a challenging society. The goal is to help each chile develop mentally, ;hysically, and aesthetically. CISD will provide instruction at the highest level of quality for all students. In a cooperative effort of home and community, the youth will be prepared to meet the challenge of the future.
  • Coppell ISD: The mission of the Coppell Independent School District, as a global leader in our educational excellence, is to ensure our students achieve personal success, develop strong moral character, and become dynamic citizens through a customized, innovative learning experience led by a visionary staff and community.
  • Crowley ISD - The Mission of the Crowley ISD, with the support and involvement of the parents and community, is to provide all students with quality educational opportunities for continuous improvement so they'll be better prepared to meet the challenges of the future.
  • Dallas ISD: The Dallas ISD is the 12th largest school district in the nation with a diverse population of more than 160,000 students. Almost 70 different languages are spoken in the homes of our students. Serving these students are more than 19,000 employees, making the Dallas ISD one of the largest employers in the city.
  • Denton ISD: Although it covers a large area, Denton ISD's unique "small town community" environment separates it from the growing larger suburban school districts within the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Denton ISD is able to offer all the programs available from larger school districts, but maintains "a small community climate."
  • Duncanville ISD: The Duncanville ISD is home to approximately 60,000 residents within a 28.7 square mile area and serves the entire city of Duncanville and portions of Dallas, Cedar Hill, and DeSoto. The district currently educates approximately 12,300 students throughout its 18 campuses, including nine elementary schools, three intermediate schools, three middle schools, one high school, and PACE, which offers accelerated instruction for non-traditional students. The Summit campus provides educational services within a structured environment to students with behavioral concerns.
  • Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD - The Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD staff, in partnership with its stakeholders, will provide each student with the opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills, and behaviors necessary to become a well-informed, productive, and responsible citizen.
  • Fort Worth ISD - The mission of the Fort Worth Independent School District is to provide and support rigorous learning opportunities which result in successful completion of a quality high school experience for all students.
  • Frisco ISD: By providing a unique learning environment that maximizes student opportunity and invests in meaningful relationships, the mission of the Frisco Independent School District is to partner with parents and community in developing caring citizens equipped to continue learning and pursue their aspirations.
  • Garland ISD: With an enrollment of over 57,000 students, the Garland Independent School District is the second largest district in Dallas County and one of the largest districts in the state of Texas. The community maintains a small town feeling, yet our teachers have access to the increased resources that large districts offer.
  • Grand Prairie ISD: The GPISD goals are to maximize academic achievement, build leadership capacity, promote character development and exercise responsible fiscal oversight.
  • Grapevine-Colleyville ISD - The mission of the Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District is to be THE BEST. They promote good citizenship and prepare, motivate and encourage each student to reach his or her full potential within a safe, caring, cooperative environment by providing an effective and enduring education.
  • Highland Park (University Park) ISD: The Highland Park Independent School District, with an unyielding commitment to excellence, provides an exceptional academic program that recognizes the unique potential of each student and integrates the intellectual, social, cultural, and physical aspects of learning.
  • Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD- Maintains the quality of personnel and rigorous curriculum and instructional design necessary to meet the challenge of successfully educating our increasingly diverse population in an atmosphere that fosters strong character, encourages academic, physical, and creative achievement, and ensures student safety.
  • Irving ISD: offers approximately 33,000 students a quality education. With dedicated teachers and pride in the character of its students, Irving ISD is infusing todays learners with a passion for success. A well-planned instructional program, including 2,300 teachers and a myriad of extracurricular choices, gives students from all cultural, economic and educational backgrounds opportunities to experience the thrill of achievement.
  • Keller ISD - Is proud to boast two National Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence, 20 TEA Exemplary and Recognized schools and the 2007 Texas State Secondary Teacher of the Year. As you can see from their accolades, their priorities lie in building the foundation for a bright future for the students of Keller ISD.
  • Lake Dallas ISD: The core beliefs of the Lake Dallas Independent School District are that the students always come first, everyone deserves respect, student success is the shared responsibility of students, families, communities and LDISD, and continuous improvement is essential for the success of Lake Dallas ISD.
  • Lewisville ISD: The Lewisville ISD is committed and dedicated to helping the individual student to become self-directive and capable of creative and purposeful living through better education. In order to accomplish this goal, the Board shall address the needs of the whole student, including, but not limited to academic, cultural, and social development
  • Little Elm ISD:  The mission of the Little Elm ISD, as a premier school system, is to educate and prepare all students to adapt and excel in a competitive global community through partnerships and programs that facilitate academic excellence within a secure and supportive learning environment.
  • Lovejoy ISD: The Lovejoy Independent School District is located on Country Club RD, three miles east of Allen and about 25 miles north of Dallas in the fast developing region of central Collin County. The district covers the area of approximately 19 square miles, bound by Plano ISD on the south, Allen ISD on the west, and McKinney ISD on the north. Lovejoy ISD is currently responsible for the education for over 3,400 students. Since 1917 Lovejoy has served the residents of Fairview, Lucas, and other surrounding neighborhood
  • Mansfield ISD  - Is built on a strong partnership between schools, parents, and the school community. That success has brought astounding growth. Mansfield ISD is currently listed as one of the fastest growing school districts in Texas.
  • McKinney ISD:  "The mission of MISD, the champion for progressive learning throughout our diverse community, is to inspire and equip all students to explore, develop, and express their unique potential as innovators, critical thinkers, and collaborators through challenging, engaging and diverse learning experiences in vital partnership with our community."
  • Melissa ISD:  The mission statement of Melissa ISD is to be good stewards of taxpayer money and maintain a secure environment where all students can realize their full potential.
  • Mesquite ISD: Mesquite ISD has a record of steady, marked improvement and a continual quest for excellence. MISD is home to two nationally recognized Blue Ribbon Schools selected and honored by the U.S. Department of Education
  • Midlothian ISD:  Midlothian ISD celebrates 100 years of excellence in education. Reaching higher, gaining momentum, and moving aggressively describe what is presently happening in the district. This progress is the establishment of academic standards, improving student achievement, and continually finding new ways to ensure that every child succeeds in learning.
  • Northwest ISD - Is quickly becoming the fastest growing school district in Texas. The 232-square mile district currently has 10,630 students and a May 2006 demographic study indicated Northwest ISD will double in size in five years and reach 44,000 students by 2022. In an effort to aid developers and real estate agents, Northwest ISD has provided links on their site that will provide detailed information about the district.
  • Plano ISD: Plano ISD serves the residents of approximately 100 square miles in southwest Collin County. This area includes the City of Plano, northern portions of cities of Dallas and Richardson, the city of Parker and parts of Allen and Murphy.
  • Princeton ISD: The Princeton Independent School District is a rural school system covering 60 square miles, serving not only the city of Princeton but also the surrounding communities of Culleoka, Lowry Crossing, Branch, Climax, and the west side of Lake Lavon. People here enjoy the best of both worlds: country living within an hour's drive of all the benefits of the Metroplex. A school system that believes in the traditional emphasis on the basics of math, reading and language arts, Princeton ISD also puts proper student behavior and citizenship high on the priority list.
  • Prosper ISD: The mission of Prosper Independent School District is to develop and graduate motivated, academically prepared individuals with the strength of character to make contributions to a rapidly changing society through an educational system that maintains high expectations, provides quality instruction, and establishes a safe, orderly,learning environment in the community that lives its name.
  • Red Oak ISD: The Red Oak ISD is located adjacent to Dallas yet just outside the congestion of the big city life. It is located on Interstate 35-E on the southern edge of Dallas. This places Red Oak approximately 20 minutes to downtown Dallas and only 5 minutes to Interstate 20. Red Oak is located only 6 exits south of Loop 635. Red Oak offers the advantages of suburban living as well as the convenience of urban shopping. The community offers a relaxed and quiet atmosphere.
  • Richardson ISD: RISD is located in northern Dallas County and covers 38.5 square miles. This area encompasses most of the city of Richardson, as well as portions of the cities of Dallas and Garland.
  • Rockwall ISD: one of the fastest growing communities in the United States. Rockwall lies just across Lake Ray Hubbard, approximately 23 miles east of Dallas. While embracing the culture of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, Rockwall retains a unique small-town feel and traditional values. Rockwall is home to an acclaimed school district that spans five communities and educates over 13,000 students in grades Pre-K through high school
  • Royse City ISD:  All campuses in the district are accredited by the Texas Education Agency and our secondary campuses by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.  From kindergarten to high school diverse special programs are available to support the regular curriculum, gifted and talented, and special needs.  The high school offers advanced placement classes along with dual credit courses.  The district also offers an alternative education for at-risk students through the Royse City Academy.  For more information about our campuses and programs check out our web site offerings.
  • Waxahachie ISD: Waxahachie is served by the Waxahachie Independent School District. The district, recently identified as a rapidly growing district, has begun construction on several new campuses. There are currently five elementary campuses, two middle school campuses, a ninth grade center, and two high schools. Two additional schools are currently under construction and are expected to be finished for the 2008 school year. WISD aims to offer all of its students a well-rounded education and offers AP and Dual Credit courses as well as varied Career and Technology courses.
  • Weatherford ISD - Celebrates a quality education provided every day from pre-kindergarten through high school. The Weatherford ISD serves 7,200 students throughout 254 square miles at 11 campuses. A large variety of classes are offered to students, including special courses for advanced students, special needs students, gifted and talented courses, technology courses, as well as Bilingual and English as a second language
  • Wylie ISD: Welcome to the Wylie ISD, a fast growing school system in southern Collin County, 24 miles northeast of metropolitan Dallas and its cultural, educational and recreational amenities.  Covering 41 square miles, the UIL Class 5A district of approximately 11,000 students serves the City of Wylie as well as families in the surrounding communities of Sachse, Murphy, Lucas, Lavon and St. Paul.

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