We have learned that homes in areas with higher-ranking schools sell faster and often for more money than homes in areas with lower-ranking schools. In North Texas we are lucky to have some really awesome school districts.  Most of the areas that we serve are known for their great school systems. While it's not a complete list, below you will find some stand-out programs at school districts that we serve:


Allen ISD serves as one of the fastest-growing communities in Texas. Coming in 8th for the best district in the state of Texas their schools have much to offer students. The average graduation rate is 98% with an A+ rating for college preparedness. With both IB and AP programs offered students are sure to excel in this district’s schools.  For more information about Allen ISD visit here: Information about Allen ISD


Garland ISD is the second-largest district in Dallas County.  There are no attendance zones so you can select the campus you want your children to attend. Over 98% of students are accepted into their first choice of school.  School choices include magnet programs with specialized curriculum for math/science/technology, dual language, global business/leadership, International Baccalaureate, and more.  There are also 200 Career and Technical Education Programs such as agriculture, architecture, arts/audio-visual/communications, health sciences, information technology, law enforcement, and more.  For more information, visit Information about Garland ISD


Lovejoy ISD is a 5A school district for athletics, fine arts, and academic competitions. Lovejoy will remain a district with only one high school, with 9-12 enrollment not to exceed 1,900 students. Lovejoy graduated its first senior class in 2010, and consistently receives both state and national recognitions in academics, fine arts and athletics.   In fact, Lovejoy High School ranked in the top 1% of all high schools in the nation by “U.S. News and World Report”.  Lovejoy ISD also offers tuition-based admission for those living outside of the school district boundaries.  You can get more information about Lovejoy ISD here: Information about Lovejoy ISD


Plano ISD serves over 50,000 students at over 70 campuses.  In Plano, the high schools really focus on college-readiness.  In fact, students in grades 9-10 attend high school while students in grades 11-12 attend the Senior High Schools.  Each Senior High operates almost as a community college offering a large campus experience with dual-credit courses allowing students to graduate from public school with college credits.  Due to its size, Plano ISD also offers just about any extracurricular activity your student might be interested in.  You can get more information about Plano ISD here: Information about Plano ISD 


Richardson ISD has continuously been recognized on a state and national level for it’s educational excellence. Since 2009, Richardson ISD has had more than 60 seniors named National Dell Scholars. All eight junior high schools have received at least three academic distinctions from TEA. It’s PTA members total more than 22,000 helpful volunteers who collectively work more than 250,000 hours per year. For more information about Richardson ISD visit here:  Information about Richardson ISD 


Wylie ISD has some awesome programs such as its culinary arts program.  At Wylie High School they have the 544 Cafe which serves breakfast & lunch to the public during the school year. The students prepare the menu, the food, and provide the service.  You can get more info about the 544 Cafe at https://www.facebook.com/the544cafe/  and you can get more information about Wylie ISD here:  Information about Wylie ISD