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Hi, considering moving from Richardson, with 9 and 12 yr olds. Which school districts to consider?

Asked by Frank, Texas Sat Aug 18, 2007

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Hi Frank,

GreatSchools.Net is a great source for MCAS ratings and parental ratings. (The Richardson North Junior High School has the highest rating, but also the largest student/teacher ratio.)
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2 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Aug 18, 2007
Hi Frank,

Here are the current rankings for Richardson:

RICHARDSON

Exemplary
Big Springs Elem.
Bowie Elem.
Brentfield Elem.
Canyon Creek Elem
Jess Harben Elem.
Mohawk Elem.
Northrich Elem.
Prairie Creek Elem.
Spring Creek Elem.
Stults Road Elem.
Wallace Elem.
Yale Elem.

Recognized
Aikin Elem.
Apollo Junior High
Audelia Creek Elem.
Carolyn G Bukhair Elem.
Dartmouth Elem.
Dover Elem.
Forestridge Elem.
Greenwood Hills Elem.
Hamilton Park Pacesetter
Lake Highlands Elem.
Mark Twain Elem.
Merriman Park Elem.
Moss Haven Elem.
Northlake Elem.
Northwood Hills Elem.
O Henry Elem.
Parkhill Junior High
Pearce High
Prestonwood Elem.
Richardson Heights Elem.
Richardson Terrace Elem.
Richardson West JH.
Richland Elem.
RISD Acad.
Skyview Elem.
Springridge Elem.
Thurgood Marshall Elem.
Westwood Junior High
White Rock Elem.

Acceptable
Berkner High
Forest Lane Academy
Forest Meadow Junior High
Lake Highlands Freshman Ctr
Lake Highlands High
Lake Highlands J. H.
Liberty Junior High
Richardson High
Richardson North J. H.
Spring Valley Elem.

Pearce is the High School I hear all the parents raving about! Hope this is helpful.

Thanks,
Terri Hayley
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun May 25, 2008
Frank, I have the TAKS Ratings for 2007 per city, if you'd like a copy I would be glad to scan and
email you a copy. If you would like to have a conversation regarding your Real Estate needs here
in the DFW Metroplex my partner and I would be glad to meet with you.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Dec 28, 2007
Hi Frank:
When moving to a new town with school aged children you have to make certain choices that aren't exactly in keeping with your personal priority list.

If Richardson is the town of employment - and your children's needs aren't met by the "local" school - you'll want choices. I have found this website INVALUABLE, because it gives directions and links to other townships in the general vicinity. It even gives you the number of miles away:

http://www.city-data.com/city/Richardson-Texas.html

If you find your schools at http://www.greatschools.net and are unimpressed by the stats - check out the other cities via city-data.com, this will give you additional choices and converesely the move to Richardson could be a go - regardless of the schools.

Disclaimer: I know nothing about Richardson schools - and I hope you find the one suited for you and your family. I just want you to know that if you don't find what you are looking for and don't mind a commute, you have other choices as well!

Good Luck in your Endeavors!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Aug 19, 2007
i would check with greatschools.net.
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