Argyle School District Real Estate

 

Argyle School District Homes for Sale

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Over $1,000,000
9121 David Fort Road, Argyle
  • Residential
  • 6 Beds
  • 7.2 Baths
  • 13,597 SqFt

9121 David Fort Road, Argyle

$5,500,000
10120 Hilltop Road, Argyle
  • Residential
  • 6 Beds
  • 6.1 Baths
  • 8,312 SqFt

10120 Hilltop Road, Argyle

$4,000,000
832 E Hickory Hill Road, Argyle
  • Residential
  • 5 Beds
  • 5 Baths
  • 5,060 SqFt

832 E Hickory Hill Road, Argyle

$3,300,002 ↑ $1
781 Knob Hill Court, Argyle
  • Residential
  • 7 Beds
  • 9.3 Baths
  • 9,889 SqFt

781 Knob Hill Court, Argyle

$3,299,000
210 Herriott Lane, Argyle
  • Residential
  • 6 Beds
  • 6.1 Baths
  • 7,825 SqFt

210 Herriott Lane, Argyle

$3,200,000
1077 Harpole Road E, Argyle
  • Residential
  • 5 Beds
  • 6 Baths
  • 8,311 SqFt

1077 Harpole Road E, Argyle

$2,500,000 ↓ $95,000
8701 Baltusrol Drive, Flower Mound
  • Residential
  • 5 Beds
  • 6.1 Baths
  • 7,474 SqFt

8701 Baltusrol Drive, Flower Mound

$2,499,000 ↑ $150,000
4500 Tour 18 Drive, Flower Mound
  • Residential
  • 6 Beds
  • 6.3 Baths
  • 11,725 SqFt

4500 Tour 18 Drive, Flower Mound

$2,449,900
1111 Frenchtown Road, Argyle
  • Residential
  • 4 Beds
  • 4.2 Baths
  • 6,260 SqFt

1111 Frenchtown Road, Argyle

$1,790,000


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Growth on the Horizon

Looking Ahead

New home construction has exploded in the Argyle School District in recent years. Large, master planned neighborhoods like Canyon Falls and Harvest are bringing new students to the district. AISD has a plan for that. The district saw the passage of a $66 million bond package in 2017 that allows for two new elementary schools, a new high school, renovations and technology upgrades.

Argyle school district student studies on his computer

 

Doubling in Size

Yet Still Very Small

In 2017 there were just under 2700 AISD Eagles. Projections for 2023? An almost doubling of students to 5060. While it seems astounding that a district could double in size in just five years, the growth is not unlike what other districts in the DFW Metroplex have smoothly transitioned through. What makes the growth in the Argyle ISD different is that it will still remain so small. The entire district will still be home to less students than can be found populating one 6A High School in, say, Allen, Texas.

From Pre-K to Pre-AP

About the Schools

At the High School level, AISD offers Pre-Advanced Placement and Advanced Placement courses for students following a more vigorous curriculum. Argyle High School currently offers 16 College Board approved AP courses, and in partnership with Texas Woman’s University allows students to earn college credit while in high school.

2019 marks the 8th year Argyle High School has won their 8th overall UIL Lone Star Cup. Though the district is small, there are clubs and activities for every student. From National Honor Society and Challenge Day Club to UNICEF, Spanish and Thespian Club students have ample opportunity to get involved. You'll also find UIL Academics, Theatre Arts, Band, Choir, Dance, Athletics and many more groups for students to participate in and develop as responsible leaders.

Younger Grades

High Expectations Set

Argyle Middle offers both inclusive and exclusive clubs for students. Whether it's National Honor Society, Thespian Society or Robotics Club. AMS expects a winning attitude. On the athletic field, band competition, UIL academics, or in the classroom, AMS believes in taking each obstacle head on. Teachers and administrators fully embrace the idea that a winning attitude breeds a winning culture. And they further stress that it's this culture that sets AMS ahead of other middle schools. Kindness and respect is also reinforced throughout the school.

 

Argyle School District Student practices piano at Argyle ISD

 

With just two grade levels, Argyle Intermediate School is a close knit group of teachers and administrators, working together to ensure student success. Students at AIS use collaboration, creativity, communication and critical thinking in developing experiences and opportunities, challenging each student to higher levels. Students can participate in several after school clubs including Drama Kids, Chess Club, Book Club, Pickleball, Girls on the Run, Robotics Club, and Archery. Students can also participate in safety patrol or flag team. 4th grader attends Forest Glen Outdoor Camp each year while 5th grade explores various attractions in Waco and Georgetown based on science TEKS for their annual field trips.

Elementary instruction in core subjects such as ELA, Reading, Math, Social Studies, and Science is just the start for pre-K through 3rd graders. As all students don't learn the same way, elementary teacher implement lessons in a variety of ways (whole group, small group, interactive, technology, kinesthetic, and active role play). In addition to traditional methods of teaching, students participate in re-enactments, science labs and projects. Classes are available in music, art, echnology, library research plus PE. Safety patrol, UIL competition, chess club, drama club, book club are among the many other opportunities offered.

It Takes a Village

Community and Parent Involvement

AISD is has formed strong connections to the community and parents, working together to enhance the learning experience of students. The Argyle Education Foundation, a group of business, community and neighborhood volunteers work together to provide resources to enhance the learning environment in AISD schools. A non-profit, The Argyle ISD Education Foundation was created to solicit, manage and distribute funds among the schools and grant teachers' requests of supplies and extra materials.

Each school's PTA and PTO work together at a high level, helping benefit teachers and students as well as promote Argyle ISD within the community with their events and fundraisers.

We love the Argyle schools. We researched a lot before we moved because schools were the most important factor for us. That's how we found Cindy online. She happily answered our questions, and gave us even more to think about before we even go to town to meet her. If you're thinking about a move to the Argyle area, give Cindy a call. You'll love her, and the area!

- Beth Jamison -
Bought a home in the Argyle school boundary

 

Considering Schools and Districts

Homes within AISD's Zoning

Everyone likes to rely on district ratings they find online, but it's unwise to count on them to compare schools. The key to choosing the right school for your child should really have less to do with a district's rating and more to do with the campuses he or she will attend.

I always encourage parents to visit the schools in a new area. Be sure and make the time to get out there and take a look at the schools. I've found administrators are happy to meet with prospective parents and students. They'd love the opportunity to show you around. Not only will you get a better feel for a school's fit for your child, you'll feel a lot better sending your kids to a school you have more knowledge about than what you can read online or in a brochure. If you'd like someone to tag along, just give me a call. It can sometimes be helpful have third party input.

 

What to Expect

AISD Boundary Homes for Sale

Homes for sale in the Argyle school district boundary are widely varied in price and style and generally speaking new or on the newer side in age. The district encompasses all or parts of cities beyond Argyle including Flower Mound, Bartonville, Denton and Northlake.

On the west side of I-35, the large master planned community of Harvest is partially within the Argyle ISD boundary, with another portion lying in Northwest ISD . Between I-35 and 377 Canyon Falls is also split by the same two districts while 5T Ranch sits squarely in the district's borders.-Cindy

 

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Listing information last updated on August 25th, 2019 at 8:30am CDT.

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