TRINITY FALLS SCHOOLS
The majority of Trinity Falls students attend the highly acclaimed McKinney Independent School District. Our community will ultimately include up to four on-site elementary schools, each with its own adjoining park. Until completion of these schools, students attend Naomi Press Elementary, and then go on to Scott Morgan Johnson Middle School and McKinney North High School. Go Bulldogs! Read on to learn more about each of these McKinney ISD schools. In addition, learn about our private school, daycare & pre-school and higher education options
McKinney ISD is committed to teaching students to work collaboratively, think critically and learn to problem solve. Engaged learning takes them out of the classroom and allows them to impact the learning spaces in their schools. MISD offers a wide array of extracurricular activities for students including athletic teams, clubs, arts programs and student organizations and has reached state competition levels with teams all across the spectrum in recent years.
Naomi Press Elementary, houses K-5th grade and is located just east of Highway 75 from Trinity Falls on FM 543. Teachers, parents and students work collaboratively, enabling students to reach their highest learning potential. The Press Library serves as an innovative "Learning Commons" to accommodate the needs of our 21st Century learners. Its flexible space allows individuals, small groups and classes to visit at their own convenience. View The Principal’s Blog
Scott Morgan Johnson Middle School houses grades 6-8 and is located just south of Trinity Falls. This campus has also incorporated a learning commons space into its library. SJMS offers cross country, football, volleyball, basketball, track and tennis for athletic offerings as well as art, drama, band, orchestra and choir programs. A number of clubs including
cheerleading, National Junior Honor Society and Student Council are also active on campus.
McKinney North High School houses grades 9-12 and is located just south of Trinity Falls. McKinney North is a 5A high school under the new classification system implemented in 2014. McKinney North offers a wide variety of athletic teams, clubs, arts programs and student organizations to its students and has reached state competition levels with teams all across the spectrum in recent years.
Trinity Falls Education FUND
Trinity Falls has a community Education Fund that is collected from the builders with the first home sale. The fee is .5% of a home’s closing price and is paid to the Trinity Falls Education Fund. Funds can be used for improvement and further enhancement of on-site schools.
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