66 out of 10GreatSchools

Hebron High School

Carrollton, TX
  • Public
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  • Grades 9-12
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  • Enrollment: 3583


Hebron High School
4207 Plano Parkway
Carrollton, TX 75010
(469) 713-5183
Hebron High School is located in Carrollton, TX and serves grades 9-12.It received a GreatSchool rating of 6 out of 10
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Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
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Reviews18 Reviews

Hebron High School has been great for my 2 children. They offer many AP classes and utilize an accelerated block schedule similar to a college schedule (4 classes per semester). There is a career center where students can take specialized classes in areas such as animation, engineering, and health science. Students are encouraged to find an activity/group that interests them (athletics, band, theater, ac dec, etc.). Being a larger school, competition for some teams can be tough, but the school supports jv & jv2 teams in most sports so that more students can be involved.
School has a great staff. The kids love it. Lots of school spirit. Academics ate excellent.
I lived in the Dallas area for more than 25 years and my daughter attended Flower Mound High School (part of LISD). She had many friends at Hebron High school (same school district) and we heard nothing but EXCELLENT reviews of Hebron from her friends and their parents. I now live in a neighborhood in Frisco that feeds into Hebron and again have heard wonderful things about this school and its' students.
Two of my children are currently attending Hebron. I am in NO way a "PTA" Mom, and I try to be objective. I have loved almost everything about Hebron. The academics and course offerings are outstanding. AP classes prepare students for success in college, and the career center offers truly phenomenal courses for non-college students, or supplementals for college-bound to jump ahead in their field. One assistant principal can be problematic, dogmatic, and short-sighted, and some applications of dress-code can be absurd and handed with minor humiliation. I do not believe this is a school problem, I think this is the style of this particular assistant principal. The block scheduling runs akin to college semesters, so missing a day of class is a BIG deal. It's like missing 2 days of class. But students come out prepared, and already used to managing time equivalency of a 12 hour college semester. The block scheduling can be a big problem if a child has to move mid-year, but I have found that the benefits outweigh the costs. Overall, I am VERY pleased with Hebron and the 9th grade center, and I honestly do not understand why it is not rated more highly on GreatSchools.org.
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