Argyle schools draw buyers to area

Argyle schools draw buyers to area

Local schools are making the grade when it comes to drawing in home buyers. Cruvita.com compiled a list of the top elementary, middle and high schools for homebuyers who want to move to Denton County.

All of these schools have received Cruvita Gold Medals of Excellence at the national level.

Argyle schools made the middle and high school rankings.

The top middle schools include:

Argyle Intermediate

Argyle Intermediate is home to some classy students who partake in unique activities like Argyle Knights. The event kicks off Hip Hop night for sixth graders, sort of like cotillion with a twist.

Then there’s the Argyle Eagles Talonettes Drill Team and a healthy sports program.


Argyle Middle

Located on the same campus as the high school, Argyle Middle School has been recognized as an exemplary campus 7 times in the past decade. Each student is issued a Chrome book to use for the year as a means of ehancing education through technology.

The top high schools include:

Argyle High

A stellar athletics department has been a hallmark of Argyle High School for years. With a football team that returns to State year after year headlining the school’s sports, Argyle is known around the state as a formidable force.

Argyle High School has an exceptional band program. Currently, the band is UIL Class 4A State Marching Band Champion. Other awards include the Texas Bandmasters Association 2014 Exemplary Band Award.

Students in the Argyle Independent School District are routinely competitive in UIL events. Recent wins include documentary film, narrative film, cheerleading, computer applications, literary criticism, journalism, calculator applications, mathematics and science.

A parent survey shows that each of the four schools in the district make parents feel comfortable on campus. Most feel that there is a good communication between
school and home.

Most parents also agree that the schools are excellent learning environments and that they know how well their child is progressing academically.

The district is supported in part by the Argyle Education Foundation, which helps provide fluid funding while helping the district stay fiscally responsible. It provides funds for extra teachers and an avenue for business and community involvement in the educational needs of Argyle ISD students.

In the 2014-2015 school year, donors helped the Foundation bring in more than $130,000 in additional funding.

For more information about how Argyle schools match up with other Denton County schools, visit http://blog.cruvita.com/top-10-high-schools-in-denton-county-texas.


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