Top schools in and around Lantana

Top schools in and around Lantana

by Sarah Bays

Local schools are making the grade when it comes to drawing home buyers into the Lantana, Flower Mound and Highland Village areas.

Let us count the reasons why …

There’s Harpool Middle, with its amazing band; E.P. Rayzor and its outstanding library; Blanton with its Math-o-Ween and Math Night events; and Adkins with its green veggie truck initiative.

For high schoolers, Guyer’s Wildcats put up a mean season on the gridiron and offers state-of-the-art science, math and technology AP classes. And the community and family support just further enriches the academic atmosphere of the Lantana area. It’s easy to spot this groundswell of goodwill on any given Friday night during football season. Stadiums are filled with cheering fans and football fathers line the end zones filming their sons’ highlight reels.

Schools in Flower Mound and Highland Village also score high anecdotally, with much the same inspiration. Award-winning teachers and coaches pair with knockout sports and extracurricular activities to give each lair of learning its own flair.

It’s no wonder parents want to move
into the area.

The top 30 elementary schools include:

In Flower Mound

#1 Wellington Elementary

#2 Bridlewood Elementary

#8 Liberty Elementary

#10 Old Settlers Elementary

#15 Bluebonnet Elementary

#17 Garden Ridge Elementary

#18 Forest Vista Elementary

#19 Flower Mound Elementary

#26 Donald Elementary

#28 Timber Creek Elementary

#30 Prairie Trail Elementary

In Lantana

#20 EP Rayzor Elementary

#25 Blanton Elementary

In Highland Village

#13 Mcauliffe Elementary

#14 Heritage Elementary

The top 15 middle schools include:

In Flower Mound

#2 Clayton Downing Middle

#3 McKamy Middle

#5 Forestwood Middle

#8 Shadown Ridge Middle

#11 Lamar Middle

In Highland Village

#7 Briarhill Middle

The top 10 high schools include:

In Flower Mound

#1 Flower Mound High

#2 Marcus High

In Denton

#8 Guyer High

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