The Town of Fairview is committed to the idea of keeping a small-town vibe. This is quite the task when you're sandwiched in by the mega centers of Mckinney, Allen, and Plano but somehow it works. As you enter Fairview off highway 75 you're greeted with the Allen premium outlets to your left and the shops at Fairview to your right. Everything you'll ever need as far as dining, entertainment, and shopping is within a 15-minute drive from anywhere in the school district.
The flipside of that is driving further into the community you'll see a noticeable shift in lifestyle. Horses, cows, and chickens aren't uncommon as you're driving down the main roads to your new home. Large backyards and individual privacy are a must-have for this community populous and it really drives home that small-town feeling.
Fairview truly lives up to its mission in "Keeping it Country"
McKinney ISD is located in Collin County, and primarily serves students in the city of McKinney. MISD also serves students in parts of New Hope, Allen, Fairview, Princeton, and Lowry Crossing. One of the fastest-growing school districts in Texas, McKinney ISD currently enrolls more than 24,500 students in 20 elementary schools, five middle schools, three high schools, two alternative campuses, and one early childhood education center. Including administration and support, MISD maintains 68 facilities covering more than 4 million square feet on 603 acres of grounds.
The McKinney Independent School District has a long-standing reputation for educational excellence, and our district is continually recognized at both the state and national levels.
All three McKinney ISD high schools (McKinney Boyd High School, McKinney High School, and McKinney North High School) rank in the top 5 percent of the nation’s high schools according to the 2016 U.S. News & World Reports rankings.
In the September 2014 issue of Money Magazine, McKinney ranked No. 1 on the Best Places to Live in America list. McKinney is the only Texas city in the top 10.
McKinney ISD has been named a “Best Place to Work” by the Dallas Business Journal, making 2019 the fourth consecutive year that the district has been recognized by the award-winning magazine!
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