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Frisco ISD

Homes for Sale in Frisco ISD School District

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5850 Willoughby Lane, Frisco, TX - $435,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 3 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 3,464 SQFT
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Stop! Look No Further! Designer Owned Home With All The Bells And Whistles! Rare 1.5 Story In Five Star Rated Estates At Cobb Hill. No Neighbors On One Side! Extensive Hand Scrapped Hardwoods. 3 Split Bedrooms + Study (could Be 4th Bedroom Large C...

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4913 Rancho Del Norte Trail, McKinney, TX - $295,500

Residential, Single Family
  • 3 Beds
  • 2.1 Baths
  • 2,436 SQFT
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Come See This Beautiful Home In Craig Ranch North. Home Features 2,436 Square Feet, Three Bedrooms, Two And A Half Baths, Large Living Area With Fireplace Overlooking The Kitchen And Breakfast Area. Kitchen Has Gas Cook Top And Adjoins Large Dinin...

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3516 Mason Drive, Plano, TX - $350,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 2.1 Baths
  • 2,557 SQFT
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Great Location Near The Community Pool And With A Wonderful Floorplan! This 2-story Traditional Offers Updated Wood Flooring In The Downstairs Living Area. The Dining Room Is Currently Displayed As A Study Off The Foyer. The Kitchen, With A Gas...

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5483 Park Ridge Drive, Frisco, TX - $364,500

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2,316 SQFT
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Immaculate One Story On The Greenbelt*backyard Overlooking The Beautiful Greenbelt Boasts An Open Patio&relaxing Shade Trees*stunning Family Room Is Accented With Built-in Bookshelves, Gas Log Fp&surround Sound Wiring*large Island Kitchen Features...

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11913 Eden Lane, Frisco, TX - $409,900

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 2.1 Baths
  • 2,830 SQFT
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Exceptional Floor Plan With Pool And Spa, 2014 Roof, 2013 Fence. Saltwater Pool With Freeze Protection And Auto Fill, Low Maintenance Yard-no Grass In Rear Of Yard. Hardwood Flooring, Ceramic Tile And Carpeting. Nice Open Style Floor Plan, Great ...

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3638 Cherry Ridge Drive, Frisco, TX - $489,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 3,825 SQFT
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Pristine Newcastle Home Nestled In The Middle Of A Quiet Beautiful Neighborhood. Resort Style Backyard With Covered Patio, Waterfall, Fire Pit, Large Grass, Exterior Lighting & Lush Landscape. Dual Staircases. Wood Floors In Study (which Could Be ...

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8809 Papa Trail, McKinney, TX - $239,990

Residential, Single Family
  • 2 Beds
  • 2.1 Baths
  • 1,532 SQFT
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Location Location Location!!! Beautiful 2 Story 2.1 Bath Townhome Right Off Of 121 & Independence. Master Bedroom With Large Master Bath And Closet On 1st Floor. Cast Stone Fireplace With Gas Logs,stainless Appliances, Granite Countertop, Wood Flo...

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5100 Plantation Lane, Frisco, TX - $379,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 2.1 Baths
  • 2,752 SQFT
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Gorgeous 2-story Home In Frisco Isd Overlooking 18th Hole Of Plantation Golf Course! Inside You Will Find 4 Beds, 2.5 Baths, Formal Living And Dining Areas Just Off The Entry, Upstairs Game Room And 2-car Garage! Upgrades Include Beautiful Hardwoo...

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7511 Rockyridge Drive, Frisco, TX - $459,900

Residential, Single Family
  • 5 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 3,357 SQFT
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Amazing 2 Story Brick Home In Fantastic Location In Frisco!! Beautiful Back Yard With New 8' Decorative Wood Fence! Walk Into The Front To Massive Vaulted Ceilings With Formal Living And Dining Room. Perfect Layout With The Kitchen Opening Up To T...

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6811 Winston Drive, Frisco, TX - $270,000

Residential, Half Duplex
  • 3 Beds
  • 2.1 Baths
  • 2,004 SQFT
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A True Wow House! A Real Gem Offering 18 Foot Ceilings, & Lots Of Natural Light. Recent Updates Include Wood Floors & Hallway & Upper Hall Carpet (2017), Hvac & Heat (2015), Board On Board Fence (2016), Foundation Soaker System, Epoxy Garage Floo...

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9304 Timber Wagon Drive, McKinney, TX - $329,900

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 3.1 Baths
  • 2,637 SQFT
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Lovely Well Taken Care Of 4 Bed 3 Bath With Study And 3 Car Garage On A Large Corner Lot Of The Beautiful Golf Course Community Of Winsor Meadows At Westridge. Kitchen With Double Ovens And Bar Overlooks Living Room With Corner Fireplace To Make F...

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6388 Mountain Sky Road, Frisco, TX - $925,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 5 Beds
  • 4.2 Baths
  • 5,134 SQFT
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Impressive West Frisco Huntington Built Home Boasting Luxurious Upgrades & Backyard Oasis. Beautifully Appointed & Loaded With Designer Details, Handscraped Hw Floors, Decadent Lighting, Plantation Shuttrs & So Much More! Formal Dining & Wine Cell...

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Listing information last updated on April 27th, 2017 at 3:33pm CDT.

Overview

Frisco ISD homes are located in both Denton and Collin Counties with the district serving Frisco and parts of Little Elm, McKinney and Plano. Newer real estate in Frisco ISD is located in the western part of the city which is west of the North Dallas Tollway. The western part of the district does tend to have the newer properties and are a bit pricier than properties in the other parts of the district. However, some newer construction Frisco ISD real estate can be found in McKinney as well.

Frisco ISD Real Estate Statistics

Total Frisco ISD Homes for Sale: 840
Avg Home Price in Frisco ISD: $614,320
Highest Home Price in Frisco ISD: $6,749,900
Lowest Home Price in Frisco ISD: $222,900

Frisco ISD Real Estate


Properties within the district offer buyers a selection of single family homes to townhouses and condos.  Most construction in the area is traditional, but some offer a European feel like Mediterranean, French or Italian.  

Most of the European inspired homes are higher in the price point than those traditional real estate.  The square footage of the houses also vary widely with asking price.  Typically, the more expensive the home, the larger and more square footage it will offer to the buyer.

Real Estate in Frisco ISD prices anywhere from $175,000 to as high as $7,000,000.  However, most homes will hover around an average list price of $600,000.

Of course, the higher priced listings will also come with today's wanted amenities like large kitchens, media rooms, game rooms, custom swimming pools and three car garage spaces.  But, for the most part, buying homes in the Frisco school district area as still affordable and has something to offer to almost all buyers.

About Frisco ISD


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Frisco ISD (Frisco Texas Independent School District) serves residents in Frisco, Texas and portions of the surrounding cities of Little Elm, McKinney and Plano. Originally created in 1876 as Farmers School District, the name was changed in 1902 as the Town of Frisco began to grow.

Now home to seven high schools with three more set to open within the next three years (Reedy High School, Lebanon Trail High School & Memorial High School); 15 middle schools with two more to open over the next two years (Nelson and Lawler), and 40 elementary schools.  Smith Elementary, Anderson Elementary and Curtsinger Elementary School have all been awarded as National Blue Ribbon Schools.

No school district in the United States grew more between 1991 and 2011 than Frisco ISD.  In 1991 Frisco ISD had around 2,100 total students with numbers projected to reach over 50,000 students this year.  In 2014, local voters agreed to a bond package worth $775 million dollars to try and keep up with the growing educational demands on Frisco ISD. With three new high schools opening in the next three years, obvious problems arose.  Some of the problems included current freshmen and sophomores from existing schools being rerouted to the new high schools and having to leave friends from their current schools behind.  However, Frisco ISD has taken the approach of continuing to have smaller schools versus large campuses like neighboring Plano ISD.  The "small schools" approach of Frisco ISD focuses on smaller classrooms which it believes leads to better educational opportunities and more attention for each individual student.

Frisco Superintendent, Jeremy Lyon, does say that all new campuses around Frisco ISD will be ready for the upcoming school year and will open as scheduled.

Frisco ISD, like other school districts within the State of Texas, has a special fondness for high school football and the "Friday night lights" experience.  As such, Frisco ISD signed an agreement with the Dallas Cowboys in 2013 to share the Cowboys' indoor practice facility for their high school football games.  In the agreement, Frisco ISD will have use of the stadium on Thursday and Friday nights.  The stadium will definitely become an attractive choice for high school playoff games and will be the first school district in the state with an indoor stadium for games.  The seating capacity for high school football games will be an even 12,000.

There is much more to the Frisco Independent School District and the homes in Frisco ISD.

Let's take a look at what owners of Frisco ISD properties can take advantage of when their children attend the local schools and campuses:

Other Honors for Frisco ISD

In addition to the three National Blue Ribbon elementary schools, the Frisco ISD has earned other honors such as Best Communities for Music Education which recognizes districts that keep comprehensive music education as an essential part of the curriculum, and the Texas Honors Circle Award that recognizes districts/campuses that have achieved student academic growth while keeping spending low.

Board of Trustees

The FISD Board of Trustees is made up of seven members elected to three-year terms by District residents. According to the Board, their goals for the school year include guiding, leading, and supporting fiscal responsibility and outcomes for the District, and supporting high levels of learning for all children within the FISD.

Breakfast & Lunch Programs

In order to pay the meal price for breakfast and lunch, students must select three of the five following components: low-fat milk, vegetables, fruits, protein, and whole grains. Menu options may include cereal, whole grain coffee cake, cheese pizza, orange chicken with rice, beef soft tacos, and a Moby Crunch fish sandwich.

The cost for breakfast is $1.30 at all campuses, and for lunch it varies. Elementary students pay $2.30, while middle schoolers pay $2.60 or 3.60 depending on if they select a power lunch or a premium power lunch, and those in high school pay $2.60 for a power lunch or $3.60 to $4.00 for a premium power lunch.

Transportation

Students who live two or more miles from their assigned school are eligible to ride the bus. An exception will be made for elementary and middle school students who cross the following:

  • Tollway
  • Farm-to-Market Road
  • Six lane roadway that has a posted speed limit over 45 mph
  • State Highway

Athletics

The FISD has many talented athletes. Recently the wrestling teams from Centennial and Liberty High Schools faced each other to compete for the state championship with Liberty coming out on top.

Toward the end of January, swimmers and divers from all of the District's high schools competed in the District 11-5A Swimming and Diving Championships. In the boys' team competition, Frisco High School finished first, with Liberty High School and Wakeland High School finishing second and third, respectively. The girls from Frisco High also came in first, with Reedy High School coming in second and Wakeland High School finishing third. During this competition, the swimmers and divers broke thirteen district records.

Frisco ISD football players at Lone Star High School recently got the chance to check out the new Cowboy's training facility where all the district's high schools will get to play some of their games.

Fine Arts

The FISD has a respected Fine Arts program that consists of Choir, Orchestra, Music Theory, Theater Arts, and more. In January, forty-six high school students were named to All-State Bands, Choirs, and Orchestras.

Career & Technical Education Center

The District recently added an additional 44,000 square feet to the Career and Technical Education Center in order to better meet students' needs. The Center allows students to choose from one of twelve career clusters such as Hospitality and Tourism, Health and Service, and Information Technology which help students prepare for a great career after graduation.

ESL Program

This is a full-time program available to students in Pre-K through fifth grade. Its purpose is to help Spanish-speaking children become proficient when it comes to reading, writing, and speaking English.

Advanced Academics

Created in 1955 by the College Board, the Advanced Placement program provides students with college-level work. Courses include Art History, English Literature, European History, Music Theory, Psychology, and U.S. Government & Politics.

Gifted & Talented Program

According to the District's website, gifted and talented students are classified as those who perform or show the potential for performing at a higher level of accomplishment when compared to other students of the same age. The curriculum for this program varies by grade level.

For more general information on the Frisco ISD, or to look at available homes within the District, please contact our Realtors at 972-342-0000 or through our website.

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Anderson Cobb  Frisco
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Boals Hunt Liberty 
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Bright Pearson Reedy
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