What makes Frisco great? Many would say “the people,” and we wouldn’t disagree. But there’s also a lot more. From Sports City USA to the Silicon Valley of Golf, here are 10 more things that make our city the best place to live.
Opening in Hollyhock in 2022, Frisco ISD’s Buddy and Joni Minett Elementary will have a completely new design that embraces modern technology, collaborative learning and other best practices in modern childhood education.
The Frisco ISD high school opening next to Hollyhock in 2022 now has a name, Panther Creek High School. The name pays homage to the natural creek that borders the school site northeast of Teel Parkway and Dakotah Road, in Hollyhock.
Highly regarded Frisco ISD plans to open two new schools at Hollyhock, including an elementary school and a high school campus described as the “school of tomorrow.” Here’s what we know so far about these exciting additions for Hollyhock families.
Hollyhock’s youngest students thrive at Frisco ISD’s Newman Elementary School, which has earned a number of distinctions, including making the Texas Honor Roll for consistently high levels of academic achievement.
Hollyhock students attend Frisco ISD’s gleaming new Memorial High School, which intends to live up to its name by honoring all who have served, and instilling students with lessons on character and service
Most real estate experts and homeowners agree that schools have an effect on property values, but exactly how much value is added by highly rated public schools? Our infographic summarizes research findings from several respected organizations.
At 400 acres, Hollyhock is far from the biggest new community in Frisco and the Metroplex. But we think it’s the best, especially if you’re looking for a new home that combines a friendly small-town feeling with big-city sophistication.