Homeowners at 17 Green and The Estates have access to the region’s most respected public school systems — the neighborhood feeds primarily into nationally acclaimed Frisco ISD, with its 15:1 student ratio, and has some overlap with Allen ISD, with its outstanding athletic programs and lauded curriculum and staff. Children in Craig Ranch may attend Ogle Elementary School, Comstock Elementary School, Scoggins Middle School and Liberty High School. Though Frisco ISD is one of the fast-growing school districts in the state, the school board, administration and community have committed to build facilities that maintain a small, personal learning environment. Elementary schools are being built to accommodate 700-plus students; middle schools will serve 800-1,000 students and the high schools are being built to serve between 1,500 and 1,800 students. Test scores continue to improve and are well above the state and national averages. More than 75 percent of Frisco ISD seniors take one or more of the college entrance exams, and about 90 percent of graduating seniors plan to continue their education at a college, university, technical school, or the military following high school. Allen ISDÂ is another rapidly growing district, matching the growth of the surrounding region. Its campuses have been identified by the Texas Education Agency as Exemplary or Recognized — the highest honors available by the state. Student-to-teacher ratios range from 18:1 to 25:1. Craig Ranch also provides convenient proximity to Coram Deo Academy, a large, accredited private classical Christian school, along with the Dallas region’s acclaimed private primary and secondary schools and universities.