Being at the center of this fast developing area, Frisco has it all. Dallas Cowboys headquarters, FC Dallas soccer, Roughriders baseball, live music venues, amazing shopping, fantastic dining and great rated schools are all in Frisco. And if this isn’t enough, Frisco sits at the cross-roads of the North Dallas Tollway and highway 121 providing fast and easy access to all other area destinations.
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The Frisco ISD is one of the fastest growing public school districts in the nation, with more than 50,000 students enrolled in 8 high schools, 15 middle schools, 38 elementary schools and 3 special programs schools. New schools are being added to keep up with the growth as the district strives to keep a low student to teacher ratio. The District encompasses 75 square miles in Collin and Denton counties, including most of Frisco and portions of McKinney, Plano and Little Elm. More than 90 percent of graduates continue their education at a college, university, technical school, or the military after high school. Many of the schools are rated 10 and 9 out of 10 according to great schools. Link to school scores, school district websites or national education sites like www.greatschools.org or www.education.com for more information.
Dining and Shopping
Frisco, Texas is a shopper’s destination with 9 million square feet of retail and dining. Stonebriar Centre, Sam Moon Trading Company, IKEA and The Centre at Preston Ridge all anchor this shopping mecca. Here you can find anything from apparel to electronics, ice skating rinks to movie complexes.
With hundreds of restaurants, Frisco residents find fine dining, unique cuisine, casual patios and family-friendly venues within a short distance, including favorites such as Gloria’s, Perry’s Steakhouse and Grille, Hutchin’s Bar-b-que, and Mash’d. Future sports and retail developments are expected to bring a number of other great establishments in the near future.
Professional sports are all in Frisco – Dallas Cowboys headquarters and practice facility, FC Dallas MLS at Toyota stadium, Frisco Roughriders – Texas Rangers AA team at Dr. Pepper ballpark, Texas Legends – Dallas Maverick’s D-league affiliate, at Dr. Pepper arena where the Dallas Stars hockey also hold practices. Beyond professional team, the NCAA division 1 championships have been held in Frisco in recent years.
Nationwide and local live music acts are attracted to the many Frisco venues. Toyota stadium which can accommodate crowds in excess of 30,000 has hosted Jimmy Buffett and EdgeFest in recent years. Smaller venues such as Grovers and The Frisco Bar will soon be joined by the Rustic, a popular Dallas venue opening in Wade Park development.
If you are looking for something to get your heart racing, iFly has a facility in Frisco. Main Event, Urban Air and Canyons Rock Climbing are also worth checking out for some fun.
Parks and Recreation
There are 6 golf courses in Frisco including the Westin hotel golf course designed by Tom Fazio and Stonebriar country club’s 2 courses. Frisco also has 48 parks which feature walking and riding trails, splash zones, football, lacross and soccer fields, basketball, volleyball and tennis courts, catch & release fishing, playgrounds and pavilions.
Frisco Athletic Center has recently expanded it outdoor waterpark to include nearly 1000ft lazy river, a 45′ tall 4-lane mat racer and an additional kids “fort” with 85 water features and 2 slides, nearly doubling its previous size. The facility itself is nearly 100,000 sqft housing fitness equipment, classrooms and an indoor swimming area with kids fort and 2 slides.
Many private sports facilities exist in Frisco. FieldhouseUSA, The Pit and Lonestar offer indoor sports leagues and training year round in soccer, basketball, volleyball, cheer, and sports conditioning.