Frisco ISD is currently has, under design or construction, two more high schools, a middle school and at least three elementary schools.
Frisco ISD is is currently growing by 3,000 students per year which makes it one of the fastest growing ISD's in the country.
Currently Frisco ISD has two high schools , one middle school and three elementary schools that are under construction. The ISD has had to cap enrollment at four of its 33 elementary schools as they are to full to accept new students. New students are being allowed to enroll in nearby elementary schools.
The Frisco Independent School district is expecting to reach 62,000 student within the next five to seven years and is building many schools because of the districts goal to keep class and school sizes small. This goes along with the districts mission statement to “know every student by name and need."
The two new high schools are planning to have around 2100 students which would make them 4A schools. The reason for the relatively small size is to encourage participation and discourage the idea that a student could get lost in a larger pool of their peers.
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