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With a highly rated public school system, quality local colleges, and access to world-renowned universities, Princeton residents have the ability to acquire the education they need to gain meaningful employment. 

Princeton Independent School District

Princeton ISD is a rural school system with an A rating from the state of Texas. The district covers 60 square miles with child-centered campuses that encourage all students to experience success. The school system not only emphasizes the basics of math, reading, and language arts, but prioritizes proper student behavior and citizenship. 

  • 1 Early Childhood Center (Pre-K)

  • 5 Elementary Schools (K-5)

  • 2 Middle Schools (6,7, 8)

  • 2 High Schools (9, 10 and 11, 12)

  • 12 New campuses expected over the next 10 years, with 3 new schools in the construction and planning phases

Growing Students Annually
The mission of Princeton Independent School District is to inspire and enable each student to achieve his or her full potential. 
Mission Statement of Princeton ISD

Public & Private College & Universities

With its location near the DFW Metroplex, Princeton residents have access to a wide range of education opportunities at top-ranked universities.

Located 10 miles to the west on a 76-acre site, Collin College’s Farmersville Campus provides convenient access to higher education with general education courses and Business Management, Computer/IT, Logistics, Activity Care Professional, Medical Assisting Advanced Practice, and CE classes.

Collin College in McKinney is located 19 minutes from Princeton and offers more than 100 degrees and certificates in a wide range of disciplines, transferable academic courses, associate degrees, certificates, and continuing adult education.

Richland offers seven unique schools with signature programs, providing students with cutting-edge instructional technology and equipment aligned and informed by industry-demand employment areas.

University of North Texas is an innovative Tier One research university, UNT boasts 244 degree programs, with 113 bachelor’s, 94 master’s and 37 doctoral degrees, making it the leading university in the North Texas region.

Ranked in the top 20% Best National Universities (U.S. News & World Report, 2022), SMU offers a variety of traditional majors along with degree programs in new and emerging interdisciplinary fields, meeting the competitive demands of the global economy.

TWC is a public, coed university that offers a comprehensive catalog of academic studies, including baccalaureate, master’s, and doctoral degrees. It is the #1 university in DFW for graduate earnings vs cost, and #1 in Texas for students with children.

Texas A&M Commerce offer some of the most competitive tuition rates in Texas and boasts

40+ nationally recognized programs, including master’s and doctoral degrees, and graduate certificates.

Home to over 29,000 students across eight schools, UT - Dallas offers more than 140 undergraduate and graduate programs, along with professional certificates and fast-track programs.

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