Departments of Education in Collin County, Texas

There are 4 Departments of Education in Collin County, Texas, serving a population of 914,075 people in an area of 842 square miles. There is 1 Department of Education per 228,518 people, and 1 Department of Education per 210 square miles.

In Texas, Collin County is ranked 65th of 254 counties in Departments of Education per capita, and 7th of 254 counties in Departments of Education per square mile.

List of Collin County Departments of Education

Find Collin County, Texas departments of education (DOE) and boards of education.


Farmersville Department of Education 806 Windom Street Farmersville, TX

Fort Scott Etowah County Department of Education Fort Scott Court Plano, TX

Plano Department of Education 1717 Nevada Drive Plano, TX

Wylie Department of Education 516 Hilltop Lane Wylie, TX

About Collin County Departments of Education

The Collin County Department of Education is a Texas state or federal agency whose mission is to provide leadership, develop policy, and disseminate funding, information, and other resources in support of student achievement in Collin County, TX. While the missions of Texas Departments of Education are similar to the federal Department of Education, state Departments of Education play a substantially different role in achieving their missions.

You may contact the Department of Education for questions about:
  • Collin County public school system
  • Public school education programs
  • Collin County school districts
  • Student loans and financial aid
  • School curriculum and tests
  • Collin County school superintendents

Collin County Education Statistics

Find Collin County School Enrollment, Educational Attainment (Age 25+), and Field of Bachelor's Degree for 1st Major. Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau; American Community Survey, 2017 ACS 5-Year Estimates.

Collin County School Enrollment
 Collin CountyTexas
School Enrollment (Age 3+)260,5187,550,309
Kindergarden13,899 (5.3%)413,027 (5.5%)
Elementary School (Grades 1-8)114,971 (44.1%)3,259,449 (43.2%)
High School (Grades 9-12)58,043 (22.3%)1,580,575 (20.9%)
College/Grad School Enrollment55,536 (21.3%)1,840,224 (24.4%)
Collin County Educational Attainment (Age 25+)
 Collin CountyTexas
Less than 9th Grade Education19,284 (3.2%)1,513,995 (8.7%)
9-12th Grade (No Diploma)18,547 (3.1%)1,491,909 (8.5%)
High School Graduate (Including Equivalency)89,904 (15.1%)4,372,430 (25.1%)
Some College, No Degree119,639 (20.1%)3,857,193 (22.1%)
Associate's Degree44,498 (7.5%)1,208,509 (6.9%)
Bachelor's Degree194,541 (32.7%)3,288,777 (18.8%)
Graduate/Professional Degree108,514 (18.2%)1,721,618 (9.9%)
Collin County Field of Bachelor's Degree for 1st Major
 Collin CountyTexas
Bachelor's Degree, or Higher303,0555,010,395
Arts, Humanities & Others50,600 (16.7%)1,016,014 (20.3%)
Business80,147 (26.4%)1,171,226 (23.4%)
Education27,127 (9.0%)644,967 (12.9%)
Science & Engineering120,037 (39.6%)1,733,079 (34.6%)
Science & Engineering Related Fields25,144 (8.3%)445,109 (8.9%)