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Trinity Falls students attend the highly acclaimed McKinney Independent School District. Our community will ultimately include several on-site 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 

In addition, learn about our private school, daycare & pre-school and higher education options. Learn more.



Ranked among the top 3 percent of Texas school districts, McKinney ISD takes an innovative approach to education, preparing students for success in college and life. It is one of only 22 districts in Texas named to the 7th annual College Board AP District Honor Roll. Students outperform the region and the state in all subjects at all grade levels on state tests. Faculty members have been awarded numerous honors, including Texas Teacher of the Year. Plus, the district’s music program is considered one of the best in the nation. McKinney ISD high schools also score in the top 5 percent of the nation. With so many accolades, it’s easy to see why parents seek out McKinney ISD schools.


Press Elementary School

4101 Shawnee Drive, McKinney, TX 75071

School Mascot: Lions
School Colors: Gold and black
Principal: Chris Clark
Assistant Principal: Amy Weems

A caring faculty is the cornerstone of student success at Press Elementary. Teachers work tirelessly to meet students’ needs — both academically and emotionally. Pioneering programs focus on the use of technology for communication, creativity, collaboration and citizenship. The Press Library serves as an inventive "Learning Commons" to accommodate the needs of 21st-century learners. The school was ranked among the top 2019 15 Niche Standout Elementary Schools in Collin County by Niche.com.


Scott Morgan Johnson Middle School

3400 Community Blvd., McKinney, TX 75071

School Mascot: Tigers
School Colors: Navy, White & Orange  
Principal: Dr. Mitch Curry 
Assistant Principals: David Warren and Grace Harris

A strong academic program is only the beginning for this distinctive middle school, where all students have an opportunity to shine. Designated in 2017 as one of 26 nationally recognized Breakthrough Schools, SJMS uses collaborative leadership to personalize performance growth. The school was named a 2017 AVID school of distinction, a designation earned by approximately 1 percent of AVID sites. Among the many unique opportunities available is interning at a student-run cafe. Extracurricular activities include diverse athletic and arts programs. Outside the classroom, students can join any of the 31 campus and 12 UIL clubs.


McKinney North High School

2550 Wilmeth Road, McKinney, TX 75071

School Mascot: Bulldogs 
School Colors: Navy, White & Orange 
Principal: Jae Gaskill 
Associate Principal: Paula Kent 
House Principals: Dr. Daniel Ledbetter, David Moliere, Keir Burke, David Weintraub and Josh Greenwood

 Awarded a silver medal by U.S. News & World Report on the magazine’s list of The Best High Schools, McKinney North is one of the top-performing high schools in Texas. The school has a 100 percent graduation rate. The AP® participation rate at the school is 67 percent with 71 percent of those taking the rigorous AP tests passing. Beyond academics, the “Dawgs” excel in music, nabbing 15 years-worth of consecutive UIL Sweepstakes Awards. The school also offers a wide variety of athletic teams, arts programs and student organizations as well as 36 clubs and three honor societies.

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