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The Frisco School System

Frisco, Texas, is one of the many cities within the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. Frisco itself is home to over 115,000 residents, and the population of the metro area as a whole is well over seven million. Over 58,000 K-12 students attend about 65 schools in the Frisco Independent School District, which encompasses the majority of the city of Frisco.

When students face academic challenges, they turn to many different types of learning aids. Personal tutoring has many unique benefits that mass-market resources just can’t match. When your child works with a tutor in Frisco, your child will enjoy lessons that are tailored to incorporate his or her interests, preferred learning style, and ultimate goal. Personal tutoring offers the opportunity for interaction, so your child will never feel rushed. One-on-one sessions allow learning to take place at your student’s pace.

Most Frisco area high schools rank within the top 100 in the state of Texas. The best high schools in Frisco also have pass rates that fall no lower than 50% on Advanced Placement (or AP) exams.

Frisco High School Rankings

High School Frisco Ranking State Ranking AP Pass Rate
Liberty High School 1 7 84%
Heritage High School 2 36 75%
Lone Star High School 3 37 56%
Wakeland High School 4 38 69%
Centennial High School 5 45 78%
Prosper High School 6 51 71%
Frisco High School 7 55 81%
Hebron High School 8 74 82%
The Colony High School 9 235 66%
Little Elm High School 10 Unavailable 50%

The majority of Frisco’s top high schools have class sizes that fall under the state average as well.

Frisco Student-to-Teacher Ratios

Hebron High School has a 18 1 student-teacher ratio.

Prosper High School has a 15 1 student-teacher ratio.

Liberty High School has a 16 1 student-teacher ratio.

Wakeland High School has a 15 1 student-teacher ratio.

The Colony High School has a 16 1 student-teacher ratio.

Texas State Average has a 17 1 student-teacher ratio.

The table shown below illustrates the STAAR performance of Frisco’s public high school students. The State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness, more commonly known as the STAAR, is given to students from third grade until eleventh grade. The test evaluates a student’s knowledge in a variety of subjects, including reading, writing, mathematics, science, and social studies. Ninth, tenth, and eleventh graders also take End of Course assessments as well as the regular STAAR. These tests measure students’ mastery of subjects including literature and composition, physical science and biology, algebra and geometry, United States history, and economics.

Frisco Test Scores

In addition to tests at the state level, many high school students are also reviewing for other standardized exams, such as the ACT or SAT. Students often find the real-life experience of a Frisco tutor to be especially helpful, particularly the tips and tricks that a tutor who’s successfully taken an exam can offer. Plus, the extra motivation and encouragement your child receives from the tutor can help build up your son or daughter’s academic confidence. And the positive influence of a tutor who’s passionate about helping students succeed can’t be understated.

College students can benefit from private tutoring, too. Frisco’s location within the Dallas-Fort Worth area places the city near a variety of colleges and universities. See how area post-secondary institutions stack up in the table below.

Frisco University Rankings

College National Rank Acceptance Rate
Southern Methodist University 95 49%
University of Texas - Dallas 191 68%
Texas Christian University 205 38%
University of Dallas 230 80%
University of North Texas 292 72%
Dallas Baptist University 448 43%
University of Texas - Arlington 531 70%
Southwestern Assemblies of God University 570 23%
Texas A&M University - Commerce 637 46%
Texas Wesleyan University 730 41%

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Tutoring review by Erin in Frisco, TX
The student's homework was to create a list of living things found in the Brazilian rain forest. We first read a 4th grade reading comprehension article I had brought on the rain forest. As she read each paragraph aloud, we added the plants and animals found at each of the three layers of the ecosystem: the canopy, understory, and forest floor. I showed her how to annotate for meaning and new vocabulary. We also reviewed word families with prefixes and suffixes and added new vocab words to her personal glossary.
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Tutoring review by Steven in Frisco, TX
The student was preparing for a big end of term exam on electricity and magnetism, and covered a lot of material. He picked up on several concepts (particularly the tricky Lenz's law) quite well, and seems to be overall in good shape for his test.
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Tutoring review by Meredith in Frisco, TX
I had the student complete the English and reading sections on a second practice test. She scored a 22 on the English (the same as the last practice test), and a 27 on the reading, which is 2 points higher than last time. On the English, she struggled with the "reverse" questions (where students are asked to select the one wrong answer rather than the correct answer). She also had some difficulty with appositives, pronoun/verb agreement, and possessives. We also did some practice science passages.
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Tutoring review by Corrie in Frisco, TX
We read 4 Fly Guy books. We focused on retelling, identifying problem/solution, and fluency. We also worked on answering written questions about the reading. We would first discuss the question orally, and then the student would write his answer on paper. Retelling and fluency practice are areas that I plan to continue focusing on. Especially in his retelling, I want him to be able to clearly and independently communicate the beginning, middle, and end of the story in that order, with clear identification of the main characters.
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Tutoring review by Norma in Frisco, TX
Great class! We worked on crossing his mid-line. We then went over the passage that I left for homework; he aced it. The student has come a long way.
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Tutoring review by Nadia in Frisco, TX
The student and I went through 5 new sight words, 2 of which she knew without much hesitation. The 3 that were new to her were - little, now, came. We then moved onto the reading books and we covered 3. One we co-read and she got through a good number of tougher sentences. Then we did the find the word activity. When larger paragraphs are partially covered with an index card she has no problems at all locating brand new words in 2-3 line text and does excellent with the task
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