Frisco, TX, is an affluent city located in Collin and Denton Counties of northeast Texas. It is part of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex and is just 25 miles from the DFW International Airport. In the first decade of the 21st century, Frisco was the fastest-growing city in the nation. Still growing, Frisco's population is approximately 156,000.
The Frisco Independent School District has nine high schools open and three more in the planning stages. "US News and World Report" gave silver medals to all six Frisco high schools open since 2010. These include Liberty, Wakefield, Frisco, Heritage, Centennial, and Lone Star high schools. If you seek online or in-home private tutoring for test prep and general subject instruction from Frisco tutors, you could potentially increase your odds of getting into your top school choice. Frisco also operates the Frisco ISD Career & Technical Education Center, where students from high schools can experience and try different careers, from veterinary work to advertising, and graphic design. To prepare for a successful career, one-on-one tutoring in Frisco, TX, can potentially help you do well in your classes and exams. More universities and business schools are locating to Frisco. The University of Dallas moved its Carrollton campus to Frisco. The University of Texas at Arlington and the University of North Texas both offer core MBA courses in Frisco. Whether earning your college degree or trying to master MBA courses, Frisco tutoring lets you receive private instruction, either in-home or online, for your class or test prep today.
Paralleling Frisco's vigorous growth are the many family-oriented attractions available all year long. The Museum of the American Railroad is all about trains, and exhibits engines and cars in various states of restoration. The National Videogame Museum is a dazzling display of new and vintage video screens and special effects. Kids of all ages love this. For quiet times with nature, Frisco Commons Park is the place to cool down and refresh with walking trails, ponds, a splash pad, and covered pavilions for family picnics. For big league games and events, the Dr. Pepper Ballpark is a 10,600-seat baseball stadium with every amenity. The Dr. Pepper Arena is multi-purpose and seats up to 7,000 for basketball and hockey games, plus concerts and other live entertainment. Biggest of all, the new 91-acre Dallas Cowboys Frisco Station includes the team's new headquarters and training facilities. It has a luxury hotel, plus high-end retail shopping, restaurants, and a 12,000-seat indoor stadium where Frisco ISD High School varsity boys will play home football games. To pursue higher scores on your exams and to go after your career goals, online or in-person Frisco, TX, tutoring might help you stay on top of your test prep.