The City and School has always voiced that even with the tremendous growth of Frisco and the ongoing future growth, they have always said that they will do everything they can to stay small. And boy are they.
The latest change has been changing the “never in stone” zones that each neighborhood will attend. Currently, even before opening, Richwoods and Lawler Park students were slated to attend Isbell. Scratch that! Now they will both feed into Curtsinger. Richwoods plans to have around 1,600 homes and Lawler Park around 643 homes.
Now lets continue to Middle School. Both developments originally zoned for Scoggins, but now will attend Vandeventer.
Lastly High School. Here is where it gets pretty wild. Centennial High faces East and across the street is Richwoods. Common sense says Centennial is it, WRONG! Both Richwoods and Lawler Park students will attend Liberty High, less than one mile East of both developments.
Now that’s a lot of kids!
-Brad Holden is a Real Estate Expert in Frisco for Holden New Homes focusing primarily on Richwoods, Austin Ridge, The Arbor at Lawler Park, The Crossing at Arbor Park and Craig Ranch. Brad also has a Real Estate Channel on YouPlusDallas where both New Homes and Communities are featured.
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