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The city of Celina is known for its small-town vibe, but it has experienced a significant amount of growth over the years. Sports are a great source of pride in this city—the high school football team has won a handful of state championships, and other sports leagues within Celina have won about 20 state titles.
Cost of Living
Celina has a slightly higher cost of living than the state and national averages. Home prices are the biggest difference in cost of living, and median home prices in Celina tend to be more expensive than other cities in Texas but more affordable than some neighboring areas like Prosper.
Celina is about a 50-minute drive from Downtown Dallas and about an hour from Fort Worth. The city is conveniently located between the major thoroughfares of Dallas North Tollway and Preston Road, allowing for convenient commutes as well as attracting business and growth in the area.
Celina is served by the Celina Independent School District, serving both Collin and Denton counties. Schools in the area are Celina Primary School, Celina Elementary School, Celina Sixth Grade Center, Celina Junior High School, and Celina High School. The Celina ISD is one of the fastest-growing public school districts in Texas and is known for its academic excellence and award-winning extracurricular programs.