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Prosper ISD is excited to provide the Community News Folder which will help publicizes activities for local groups and organizations. This forum will allow groups to post information on programs, fundraisers, classes and other activities.

The information below has been submitted to and approved by the Communications Department. It will be updated on a regular basis. Check back often for the latest opportunities and information from our community.

Non-profit groups will be allowed to post information at no cost. For-profit groups we will be asked for a donation to the Prosper Education Foundation in exchange for the opportunity to place information on the website.

To review our policy on distributing non-school materials please click here. If you would like to post information to this page, please complete the online submission form.

Listings in this area do not constitute an endorsement of any agency, group, organization or business by Prosper ISD.

  • Celebration of Heroes

    Celebration of Heroes

    May 29, 2017
    Frontier Park Pavilion 
    11:00 AM

    The Prosper Historical Society is honored to present a Memorial Day event titled “Celebration of Heroes.” This community event, held on Memorial Day, is offered to honor and remember our service men and women who died while in active military service and to recognize the valor and patriotism of those who defend us now.
    The program will feature guest speakers, patriotic songs, readings, and recitations. Collin County Commissioner Susan Fletcher and Collin County Court of Law Honorable Judge Jay Bender will speak to those in attendance. The event’s main speaker will be Honorable Judge John R. Roach, Jr. Judge Roach is the State District Judge of the 296th District Court in Collin County. He received an Honorable Discharge from the United States Marine Corps Reserves where he served as a Crash, Fire and Rescue Specialist. He was placed on Active Duty in support of Operation Desert Shield/Storm.
    Sure to be an emotional, memorable, and patriotic occasion, all are welcome to join the Prosper Historical Society to celebrate and honor our fallen heroes. Chairs will be provided, but you are encouraged to bring a lawn chair if you prefer or in case all seats are taken.




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  • Car Show Flyer

    Car Show - Hot Dogs & Hot Rods

    June 10th, 2017
    10:00 AM - 2:00 PM


    Frontier Park 1551 Frontier Pkwy
    Phone: 469-296-8800

    Click here for a downloadable flyer.





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  • National Charity League

    National Charity League

    Mothers and Daughters Serving Communities Together

    Click here for a downloadable flyer.



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  • LSA Flyer

    Life Skills Academy

    Life Skills Academy will be hosting a 2 1/2 week course in June 2017 for Middle and High School age children to teach useful Life Skills like critical thinking, emotional intelligence, financial literacy and household maintenance (expanded list on the web site)..

    Click here for more information


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    Town of Prosper Parks and Rec Summer Programs

    Registration is now open for summer camps and classes, right at home in Prosper! Visit to discover a treasure trove of options for summer fun for kids of all ages. Summer Session 1 begins June 1st.

    Sports Camps:
    Archery I and II
    Beginner Golf Camp
    Flag Football
    Multi-Sport Camp
    Soccer Sparks
    Speed Sport Camp
    Tennis Camps

    Educational Play:
    Bricks4Kidz® (with LEGO® Bricks)

    Fun Fridays at Frontier returns to the pavilion at Frontier Park at 10am on July 7, 14, 21 and 28.  The Parks and Recreation Department partners with the Community Library for a fun, informal morning of arts, crafts and exercise. Registration is not required, but children must be accompanied by a parent during all activities.

     July is Park and Recreation Month, sponsored by the National Recreation and Park Association. Prosper will participate by providing a calendar of family events focusing on the area’s parks and recreational opportunities.


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  • Girl Empowerment Logo

    Girls Empowerment Group: High School Girls


    Our next G.I.R.L.S. (Girls In Real Life Situations) group will be starting on Tuesday, June 13th and will be held at 5900 South Lake Forest Drive, Suite 200 McKinney, Texas 75070. The 6 session format will meet on Tuesday AND Thursdays from 6:00 pm-7:45 pm and will run through Thursday, June 29.

    The group topic will be "I AM ENOUGH": A group focused on empowering young ladies to feel adequate and find contentment in their natural self. During group sessions, girls will be encouraged to share their feelings and struggles as they openly discuss important issues in a safe and supportive environment.

    The cost of the group is $35 per session. You are welcome to pay nightly but we recommend that all participants pay for the 6 sessions in advance. If you choose to pay in full prior to the start of the group, we will offer a 10% discount ($189.00 will be the total cost for the entire group). We will accept cash, check or credit card payments.

    To sign up your child, please complete the attached form. You may send the form in advance via email or fax (469.277.1280).

    Chick here for Registration Form.

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  • CSI Flyer

    CSI Summer Camp

    Learn the skills to become a junior detective from experts in the field of criminal justice. Campers entering ninth through 12th grade are eligible to attend.  

    1:00-4:00 Monday- Thursday, June 19-22

    Collin College Preston Ridge Campus
    Conference Center
    9700 Wade Blvd. in Frisco

    Click here for more information.


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  • Prosper Debate

    PHS Summer Debate Camp

    If so, they may have what it takes for debate!
    Students entering 6th - 9th grade can take part in the PHS Summer Debate Camp.
    June 12 -16, 2017 @ Prosper High School - 8am - 12pm
    Cost: $150
    Contact Kristy Anotonakakis @


    Click here for a downloadable flyer.


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  • Game experience Logo

    Game Experience Summer Camps - Inside look at game industry

    We design our summer camps for a new generation of students. They learn from industry veterans, experience college life living on the University of Washington campus and have the most epic adventures with students from around the world. They'll get an insider look into the game industry of Seattle, with private tours of AAA game studios, such as Microsoft Xbox, Valve Studios, and PopCap Games. Empower your students to explore their passion for video game development while they discover if a career in this industry is right for them!

    With over $28,000 available in scholarships, the Game Experience has never been more accessible.


    Click to learn more:

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  • Techedventures Flyer

    Tech EdVentures

    With a new location just south of Prosper, Tech EdVentures brings high - tech education to your kids.

    Coding, Robotics, Minecraft Lab for Grades K-8th.

    Register NOW at

    Click here for a downloadable flyer.




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  • Stanford University Logo

    Find Yourself at Stanford this Summer!

    Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies selects the finest students from around the world to come to Stanford for an amazing summer experience.

    Our programs offer highly motivated, intellectually curious students the opportunity to investigate topics not typically taught in high school. Students engage in small classes with instructors who are experts in their fields and passionate about teaching. Past students have frequently described their experience on the Stanford campus as life-changing.

    Explore our offerings:

    Sports Business Academy
    Our newest program gives high school students an overview of careers in the sports and entertainment industries, with a focus on management, law, negotiation, marketing, and leadership.

    Artificial Intelligence Laboratory’s Outreach Summer Program
    Current 9th grade girls learn about Artificial Intelligence through a combination of lectures, hands-on research projects, field trips, and mentoring activities during this two-week residential program.

    Summer Arts Institute
    A three-week program offers interdisciplinary courses in photography, product design, music, and architecture and essential connections between the arts and other areas of study, including cognitive science, psychology, and engineering.

    Summer Humanities Institute
    Rising juniors and seniors explore the big questions at the heart of the humanities in seminars led by distinguished Stanford professors.

    Stanford University Mathematics Camp (SUMaC)
    Welcomes an elite group of talented rising high school juniors and seniors from around the world to Stanford for intensive study in advanced mathematics through lectures, guided research, and group problem solving.

    Summer Institutes
    Intensive, single-subject courses with instructors and peers who share their talents, passions, and interests. Coursework is tightly integrated with the social experience in academically themed residences and are customized to give students deep exposure and hands-on experience.




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  • Lone Star Leadership Academy

    Lone Star Leadership Academy

    Academic Leadership Summer Camps for Outstanding 4th-8th graders

    Education in Action

    Summer 2017 Application Deadline - MAY 13, 2017

    Outstanding students from across Texas meet in Dallas/Fort Worth, Austin/San Antonio, or Houston/Galveston for a week of fun, learning, leadership development, and visits to unique and historically significant Texas destinations. Each day students explore notable Texas sites, learn about unique careers from professionals at sites visited, and develop their leadership abilities during leadership groups with their facilitators. All adult facilitators, one for every ten students, are Texas teachers. In addition to improving their leadership abilities, participants gain self-confidence and independence and develop new friendships with other high-achieving students from across the state. For more information or to request a camp application, visit or contact or 817-562-4957.

     Click here for a downloadable brochure.



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  • Camp Invention

    Camp Invention

    Imaginations get their rocket fuel at Camp Invention! This summer’s all-new curriculum allows children in 1st (just finished kindergarten) through 6th  grade to experience real-world problem solving and creative thinking as they transform a distant exoplanet, take risks as future entrepreneurs, blast rockets and rubber chickens, and wire a circuit to create their own Spy Gadget Alarm Box! Local educators lead a week of hands-on activities that will launch your child’s imagination. Visit or call 800.968.4332.

    Click here for more information


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  • Click here to view Summer Camp Opportunities available in Prosper ISD.

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  • Global Languages Academy

    Spanish and Mandarin Chinese Language Lessons!
    For Profit

    • Small teacher-student ratios
    • Curriculum aligned to state and world readiness standards
    • Research-based instructional strategies 
    • Highly trained native speaking teachers
    • Theme-based, fun immersion units
    • Parent-child international summer immersion programs to Guatemala, Mexico, and San Francisco-China Town


    Click here for a downloadable flyer.


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  • Speech Therapy

    Speech Therapy of Prosper Complimentary Speech Screenings
    For Profit

    Speech Therapy of Prosper is a private speech therapy clinic serving children from toddlers to teens. We treat a wide variety of communication disorders including articulation, stuttering, expressive language, receptive language, social language, hearing impairment and more. If you have concerns with your child's communication, give us a call and schedule a free screening and/or consultation.


    Click here for the downloadable flyer.







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  • FYT Brochure

    Frisco Youth Theatre

    Theater classes and productions for ages 3-18

    Printable brochure: Frisco Youth Theatre Brochure


    Contact: Melinda Bellatti (972-422-2575)


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  • AlphaBest Education
    (PK-5th grade)

    Available on all Elementary Campuses
    PISD After School Program

    The Blue Elephant
    (K-12 years of age)

    11270 Legacy Drive
    Frisco, TX 75033

    Boys and Girls Club

    701 S Church St.
    McKinney, TX 75069
    214-544-8924, ext. 101

    Children’s Lighthouse Learning Centers
    (K-12 years of age)

    10660 Eldorado Pkwy
    Frisco, TX 75035

    Frisco Shuttle
    After School Transportation

    7010 Elm St.
    Frisco, TX 75034

    Kids ‘R’ Kids of Frisco
    (K-5th grade)

    9155 Preston Vineyard Drive
    Frisco, TX

    Kids ‘R’ Kids of McKinney West
    (K-5th grade)

    9070 Westridge Blvd.
    McKinney, TX 75070

    The Prep School of McKinney
    (K-5th grade)

    5317 W. University Dr.
    McKinney, TX 75071

    Primrose School of Prosper
    (K-12 years of age)

    1185 LaCima Blvd
    Prosper, TX 75078

    Primrose Day Care
    (K-12 years of age)

    5651 W. Virginia Parkway
    McKinney, TX 75071

    Prosper Initiative
    (K-5th grade)

    208 W. Broadway
    Prosper, TX 75078

    Stonebridge Academy
    (K-1st grade)

    1921 Grassmere Lane
    McKinney, TX 75071

    Whispering Farms Montessori
    (Ages 5-9)

    2460 Prosper Trail
    Prosper, TX 75078

    X-Plor: The Whole Child Journey
    (K-12 years of age)

    3153 Stonebridge Drive
    McKinney, TX 75070



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