Elementary


Catherine Bell Elementary School is Denton Independent School District's newest school in the U.S. Highway 380 corridor, located in the eastern portion of the district and in the town of Little Elm. The school is named after Catherine Coleman Bell, a longtime Denton community member who was instrumental in the desegregation of Denton schools in the 1960s, breaking down racial barriers in the community.  The school is located next to Braswell High School, the district's newest high school, and primarily serves residents in the Paloma Creek South community. 

Lauren Shapiro, Principal                                                                             601 Villa Paloma Blvd                                                                                Little Elm, TX 75068                                                                             Ph. (972) 347 - 7200

 

 

Paloma Creek Elementary School located on-site and is one of the district’s fastest-growing schools. Developing community-minded, lifelong learners is what Paloma Creek Elementary has striven for since it opened its doors in 2007. School families have come to expect a friendly environment where students are nurtured, parent involvement is welcome and business partnerships abound.

Natalie Mead, Principal
1600 Navo Road
Aubrey, TX 76227
Ph. 972.347.7300

 
 

Providence Elementary School’s Mission Statement is to “Educate with enthusiasm and expect excellence.”

Julio Lopez, Principal
1000 F.M. 2931
Aubrey, TX 76227
Ph. 940.369.1900

 

Middle School


Navo Middle School, which was named after a small farming community, has emerged into an outstanding school built among several fast-growing neighborhoods with the campus as the hub of the community. Navo is known for its growing and diverse population that strives to succeed and include everyone.

Beth Kelly, Principal
1707 Navo Rd.
Ph. 972.347.7500

 

High School


Braswell High School opened in August 2016, and is the easternmost high school in Denton Independent School District, serving families from the growing communities along the U.S. Highway 380 corridor. The school is designed to serve as a focal point for U.S. 380 families, with flexible features that allow the school to be used for many community-focused events. First-class academic experiences are also a pride of the school, which will feature large classrooms, student/teacher conference spaces and robust technology integration.

Lesli Guajardo, Principal                                                                             26750 E. University                                                                                       Aubrey, TX 76227

 

 

Denton High School Offers high school students academics, arts, athletics, advanced placement course, career and technology training, numerous clubs and organizations to be involved with as well as community service programs.
 
In 2005 of 360 graduates, 225 were recommended, 47 were Distinguished Achievement Plan graduates, 272 Texas Scholars, 4 National Merit semifinalists, 3 National Merit recipients, 3 students recognized as “Commended” National Merit.
 
Joel Hays, Principal
1007 Fulton Street                                                                                     Denton, TX 76201
940.369.2000

 

Billy Ryan High School also known as Denton Ryan H.S., provides excellence in education. According to their mission statement, they will foster citizenship, promote literacy and cultivate personal fulfillment in its student body in a safe and healthy school climate.
    
Vernon Reeves, Principal
5101 E. McKinney Avenue
Denton, Texas 76208
Ph. 940-369-3000