About Princeton ISD

The Princeton Independent School District is a fast growth rural school system covering approximately 60 square miles. Despite growth of 200 to 300 students per year, the district is committed to maintaining small class sizes and excellent student / teacher ratios.

The District is extremely proud of its students and the unique program offerings.

Academic Success – Princeton ISD provides a 21st Century Education that prepares students to function, adapt and compete throughout life in this new global society, with 18 unique endorsement options. Princeton ISD students consistently perform above state average. Boasting a graduation rate over 96%.

College Jump Start Program – Princeton ISD offers the first program in Collin County to allow students the opportunity to earn a tuition free Associate’s Degree while attending high school.

Career and Technology Education – Princeton ISD offers a wide range of CATE programs at Princeton High School and Bodwell CATE Center. The programs at the CATE Center are so popular that other high schools pay tuition to allow their students access to these top programs. These programs are designed to provide students the opportunity to produce Real World Products, be employed in Internships, and test for Industry Recognized Certifications.

Princeton High School
Audio/Video Productions,
Computer Programing,
Computer Technician,
Construction Trades,
Culinary Arts, and

Bodwell CATE Center
Auto Technician,
Certified Nursing Assistant,
HVAC Technician, and
Pharmacy Technician

Extra-Curricular Activities – Princeton ISD offers many outstanding Extra-Curricular programs ranging from elementary clubs to high school athletics, fine arts, UIL academic and skills USA.

For additional information regarding Princeton ISD, please visit its website at www.princetonisd.net