PISD K-12

The award-winning Plano Independent School District employs over 6,000 faculty and staff members district-wide who serve in 72 schools and support over 54,000 students. Plano ISD encompasses approximately 100 square miles in southwest Collin County and serves residents in the City of Plano, northern portions of the cities of Dallas and Richardson and parts of the cities of Allen, Parker and Murphy.
PISD Quick Facts
PISD
For more information, view the 2016 PISD Annual Report
Additional highlights include:

  • 23 National Blue Ribbon Schools by the US Department of Education
  • Rated “Exemplary” on all reported academic indicators to date
  • Awarded the highest rating of 'Superior Achievement' in the state's FIRST program for 14 consecutive years
78 PISD seniors earned semifinalist standings in the National Merit Scholarship Program. Plano students’ scores on state-mandated tests and college-entrance exams consistently far surpass average scores of students in Texas and the U.S. In regard to the district’s financial prowess, Plano ISD has earned, for 13 consecutive years, the highest rating of “Superior Achievement” through the Texas Education Agency’s Schools FIRST (Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas) program.

The Plano ISD Education Foundation is the core funding raising organization for the school district. The foundation funds priority programs to enhance student learning; ensure all students are college ready; 

  • Recruit, retain and recognize the very best teachers
  • Support parents and families in student learning
At the polls, Plano ISD voters overwhelmingly support the school district in passing multi-million dollar facility and technology bond packages. These initiatives, recommended by staff / citizen bond committees, ensure that Plano schools are renovated on a 20-year schedule to bring older facilities up to date and so that new schools are constructed to accommodate growth in student enrollment. For more information about Plano schools, visit the district's home page.