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Trade schools in texas is a city in Southeast Collin County and is a Northeast suburb of Dallas Texas. With it’s rapid growth since the year 2000 it has spread into Dallas County, and Rockwall County in the U.S. census for the State of Texas. With the 2000 census, the city population was 15,132, but recent rapid growth has 2004 estimates suggesting the population is at 25,850. Once solely located in Collin County, Wylie has extended into neighboring Dallas and Rockwall counties. Both Lake Lavon and Lake Ray Hubbard are within easy reach of the city. Since the 2000 census the population has grown 109.3%, making Wylie number 8 on the list of fastest growing cities in the nation. Current population is now listed at 32,696 with an estimated growth to 39,000 + or – by the end of 2008, by the City of Wylie.

Most of the Collin County portion of Wylie is served by Wylie Independent School District. The Dallas County portion is served by Garland Independent School District. The Rockwall County portion is served by Rockwall Independent School District.

The district emphasizes technology in the classroom with that being a communications tool for parents. The current 17 campuses include Wylie High School (grades 10 through 12), Wylie East High School (grade 9), Special Programs Center (grades K-12), three junior high schools (grades 7 and 8), three intermediate schools (grades 5 and 6) and eight elementary campuses (grades Pre-K through 4).

In 2007, trade schools in texas  opened for the 2007-2008 school year. The school serves solely the ninth grade students. Wylie East will become a 9-12 school with Class of 2012 being the first class to graduate after the district voted to go with multiple 9-12 campuses in January 2008.

It’s Mission Statement is “The Wylie Independent School District, in partnership with parents and the community, will provide all students a world-class academic education which will prepare them to lead successful and productive lives.”

The district emphasizes technology in the classroom with that being a communications tool for parents. The current 17 campuses include Wylie High School (grades 10 through 12), Wylie East High School (grade 9), Special Programs Center (grades K-12), three junior high schools (grades 7 and 8), three intermediate schools (grades 5 and 6) and eight elementary campuses (grades Pre-K through 4).

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