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K-12 Denton ISD Schools Make Classmates Lifelong Friends

Even as the community continues to grow, Union Park kids can count on a tightly knit group of classmates to share their school days — from the first day of kindergarten through graduation day at Braswell High School. With today’s technologies and teaching methods, the student experience looks much different now than it did for Union Park parents and grandparents.

Bringing Students Closer to Home

With walking and biking trails connecting elementary and middle schools, and a high school located just across U.S. Highway 380, each school day brings the comfortably familiar sight of neighborhood kids sharing the journey.

Bringing Students Closer to Home

With walking and biking trails connecting elementary and middle schools, and a high school located just across U.S. Highway 380, each school day brings the comfortably familiar sight of neighborhood kids sharing the journey.

COMING SOON

Union Park
Elementary School

Currently under construction and will open in the fall of 2019, Union Park Elementary School will be on-site and within walking distance for Union Park residents. All homes within our community are zoned within Denton ISD.

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Paloma Creek Elementary

Union Park offers homes near Paloma Creek Elementary — a renowned school with a well-earned reputation for nurturing both academic and social growth among students in grades K–5. Parental involvement is welcomed, and teachers work closely with families to foster lifelong learning. Union Park students will attend the new onsite Union Park Elementary School beginning Fall 2019.

1600 Navo Road
Aubrey, TX 76227

972.347.7300

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Navo Middle School

In addition to a rigorous academic curriculum, including gifted and talented courses, Navo Middle School offers students in grades 6–8 the opportunity to build robots, write for the school newspaper, play an instrument, participate in athletics, or follow other pursuits.

1701 Navo Road
Aubrey, TX 76227

972.347.7500

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Ray Braswell High School

Ray Braswell High School is a state of the art school that combines forward-focused academic instruction with a timeless commitment to the hometown values that attract families to this dynamic community — giving students in grades 9–12 the knowledge, skills, and positive attitude to succeed in school and in life.

26750 E. University Drive
Little Elm, TX 76227

972.347.7700

Denton ISD in Action

With homes within walking distance or a quick drive of Paloma Creek Elementary, Navo Middle School, Ray Braswell High School, and the new on-site Union Park Elementary set to open in the Fall of 2019, Union Park kids benefit from the rigorous classroom instruction that Denton ISD is known for. Just as importantly, they have access to an impressive array of athletic, technical, and fine arts programs. As these videos demonstrate, Denton is a school district built on inspiration as well as achievement.

Denton ISD in Action

With homes within walking distance or a quick drive of Paloma Creek Elementary, Navo Middle School, Ray Braswell High School, and the new on-site Union Park Elementary set to open in the Fall of 2019, Union Park kids benefit from the rigorous classroom instruction that Denton ISD is known for. Just as importantly, they have access to an impressive array of athletic, technical, and fine arts programs. As these videos demonstrate, Denton is a school district built on inspiration as well as achievement.

School FAQs

Union Park is located entirely within the Denton Independent School District. Students living in Union Park attend Paloma Creek Elementary School (for the 2018-2019 school year), Navo Middle School, and Ray Braswell High School (across the street from Union Park). A new state of the art on-site elementary school is under construction and will be open Fall of 2019. The new Union Park Elementary School will serve all students living in Union Park.
Walking and biking to elementary and middle schools is encouraged, as all are connected to Union Park by trails. Braswell High School, located just across U.S. Highway 380, is just a quick car ride from Union Park. Denton ISD also provides bus service to Braswell High School.
Yes! Denton ISD offers more than 20 advanced placement courses, creating opportunities for students to earn college credit in high school.
All K–12 Denton ISD schools within the Union Park attendance zone were newly constructed beginning in 2005 with Navo Middle School; 2007 with Paloma Creek Elementary; and Braswell High School in 2016; Union Park Elementary is slated to open in the fall of 2019.
Choir, orchestra, chess club, gardening club, and running club are just a few of the activities Elementary students have to choose from.
Students are encouraged to follow their passions and explore new interests by participating in Student Council, Spanish Club, Art, Band, Cheerleading, athletics, iBots robotics club and much more.
Debate, Art Club, Air Force Junior ROTC, Yearbook Staff, Future Farmers of America, and a wide range of athletic opportunities are just a few examples of the opportunities that await students at Braswell High School.

Students attending Braswell High School also have the ability to take courses at the Lagrone Advanced Technology Complex. To keep pace in the rapidly changing world, Denton ISD opened the state-of-the-art LaGrone Advanced Technology Complex in 2006. It is a professional training facility to prepare high school students for today’s and tomorrow’s high-demand careers.

The complex’s main purpose is to provide high school juniors and seniors with professional training and/or pre-college courses. Students also have the opportunity to earn university or community college credit and/or the necessary preparation to attain certifications or licenses in certain technical fields.

WHAT OUR RESIDENTS SAY:

“I love my school. This is our school. You get to make it what you want.”

Mitchell, Braswell High School Student

“I love Denton ISD. They focus on what is up and coming in technology and make sure the kids have the right tools needed to be successful in the future.”

Rachel, Denton ISD Parent

“We are all family here (at Braswell High School). We keep pushing to get better and better.”

Jaeden, Braswell High School Student