Here's a guide to Frisco-based private schools

Private schools in Frisco provide different forms of instruction from area public schools and offer different religious affiliations and various types of curriculum. This guide features primary, middle and high schools with grade levels through at least eighth grade. (Courtesy Legacy Christian Academy)
Private schools in Frisco provide different forms of instruction from area public schools and offer different religious affiliations and various types of curriculum. This guide features primary, middle and high schools with grade levels through at least eighth grade. (Courtesy Legacy Christian Academy)

Private schools in Frisco provide different forms of instruction from area public schools and offer different religious affiliations and various types of curriculum. This guide features primary, middle and high schools with grade levels through at least eighth grade. (Courtesy Legacy Christian Academy)

Private schools in Frisco provide different forms of instruction from area public schools and offer different religious affiliations and various types of curriculum. This guide features primary, middle and high schools with grade levels through at least eighth grade.

MONTESSORI SCHOOLS


Frisco Montessori Academy

Grades served: 18 months-grade 8

Extracurricular activities (pre-COVID-19): dance, soccer, basketball, chess

Tuition: $4,995-$9,215 annually

8890 Meadow Hill Drive


972-712-7400

www.friscomontessori.com

Starwood Academy of Frisco

Grades served: infant-age 15

Extracurricular activities (post-COVID-19): dance, Spanish, drama, soccer, basketball, volleyball

Current enrollment: 110

Tuition: $1,300-$1,600 monthly

3443 Lebanon Road

972-885-8585

www.starwoodschools.com

RELIGION-BASED


Grace Covenant Academy

Grades served: K-12

Religious orientation: Christian

Extracurricular activities: band, basketball, volleyball, track, adventure club, speech/debate, Destination Imagination

Current enrollment: 150

Tuition: $6,000-$7,000 annually

8000 Sanctuary Drive

972-836-9422

www.gcafrisco.org

Legacy Christian Academy

Grades served: pre-K-12

Religious orientation: Christian

Extracurricular activities: music, theater, basketball, football

Current enrollment: 995

Tuition: $7,050-$20,340 annually

5000 Academy Drive

469-633-1330

www.legacyca.com
By Francesca D' Annunzio
Francesca D'Annunzio covers K-12 and higher education, development, planning and zoning, and transportation in Frisco and McKinney. She attended college at the University of Texas at Austin, where she reported for the Daily Texan and interned for the Austin Chronicle. When she's not reporting, she enjoys spending time outdoors and experimenting in the kitchen.


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