05 June . 2017
Hollyhock schools earn A’s in 2017 Children at Risk report
The highly regarded Frisco ISD schools serving Hollyhock ended the school year with some glowing report cards from Children at Risk, which recently released its 2017 school rankings.
Newman Elementary School received an overall grade of A- from this Texas nonprofit organization. Trent Middle School earned an A+ grade, and Lone Star High School was awarded an A grade.
Since 2005, Children at Risk has calculated its annual school rankings in Dallas/Fort Worth and other major metro areas in Texas using student performance on STAAR reading and math tests, a campus performance index, a student growth index, and a college readiness index.
The Children at Risk report is the latest in a series of highly positive ratings for the Frisco Independent School District.
Niche.com, a national educational review website, gives Frisco ISD an overall district grade of A+, ranking it No. 8 among more than 1,000 school districts in Texas. At the campus level, Niche awards an A+ grade to Lone Star High School.
Newman Elementary and Trent Middle are too new to be rated by Niche, but GreatSchools.org gives both schools a score of 9 out of 10 using its rating system.
For more information on the highly regarded Frisco ISD schools serving Hollyhock, along with links to district and campus websites, please visit our Hollyhock education page.
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