Frisco ISD Fine Arts has been awarded the coveted Texas Thespians Premier Communities for Theatre Education Award. This honor was bestowed by Texas Thespians for the amazing theatre programs throughout FISD.
To qualify for the honor, Frisco ISD Fine Arts went through a rigorous process that analyzed the District's curriculum, scheduling standards, class sizes, facilities, theatre troupe involvement and much more. More than 1,000 school districts were eligible
for this award and Frisco ISD is proud to be one of nine recognized and honored for its middle and high school theatrical programs.
The District has more than 4,000 students across 29 secondary campuses in theatre arts classes.
“Frisco ISD theatre directors go above and beyond every day helping students grow as individuals and as a troupe,” said Cade Butler, fine arts coordinator. “Their attention to detail and dedication to performing arts is admirable and
The Frisco ISD theatre program provides positivity and educational opportunities across our District. Students of all ages and abilities learn the technical aspects, while also collaborating with peers, developing social understanding and empathy and
creating a strong work ethic. The theatre education and experiences within guide the students to be strong and well-balanced Future-Ready learners.
“I am so proud of all of our talented students in our theatre program,” Butler said. “They are committed to not only growing in their craft but also excelling as people.
“The support from their parents is unmatched and helps drive the success of the program as well.”
FISD is now eligible to apply for the national Educational Theatre Association award. Congratulations to all of the students and their incredible directors whose hard work and commitment to fine arts led to this award of excellence.