Prosper ISD At-A-Glance:
- Prosper ISD encompasses 57.75 miles of Prosper, McKinney, Frisco, Celina and unincorporated Denton County.
- At build-out, PISD will serve 45,000 to 50,000 students at 20-25 elementary schools; 11-14 middle schools; & 6-8 high schools. A new stadium & natatorium is now open and a second high school, Rock Hill, will open in the Fall of 2020 and Tucker Hill residents are zoned to now attend this new school impotenciastop.pt.
- Student Demographics: 60% White, 13% Hispanic, 9% African American, 12% Asian American, 6% Other
- Student/Teacher ratio: 15 to 1; State Accountability “A” rating
- 98% of Students Graduate; 60% attend 4-year university
- College & Career Readiness with programs in agricultural mechanics, animation, automotive technology, business, computer science, culinary arts, education, engineering, fashion, finance, health science, horticulture, journalism, marketing, & veterinary medical applications
- Fine Arts including art, band, orchestra, theatre, choir & dance
- Extra and co-curricular athletics UIL (University Interscholastic League) 6A District 10 includes: baseball, bowling, basketball, cheerleading, cross country, football, golf, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, track, volleyball, and wrestling
- Programs and initiatives include Special Education, Dual Language immersion, Dyslexia program, Mentoring, Nationally Recognized Staff Development, Advanced Academics (AP courses and dual credit courses) and Gifted & Talented
- Prosper ISD teachers have an average of 9 years of teaching experience and 2% hold higher education degrees
- Student culture and community involvement includes the “Prosper Rumble” pep rally, “Pink Out” pep rally, Veterans Day programs, Homecoming Parade, “Stuff the Bus” event, Special Olympics Meet, & a Senior Citizen Luncheon
Map Showing Tucker Hill Public Schools
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