By design, Harvest takes an old-school approach to education. Each of our neighborhoods is designed so that our kids are never more than a short walk or bike ride from our two on-site schools, Lance Thompson Elementary and Argyle West Elementary – and a future Argyle middle school on the way!
What’s better than one great school district? Two! Harvest provides a unique advantage to families looking to move into, or remain in, the Argyle or Northwest school districts – we cover both! Learn more about these two excellent districts below and view the sitemap to see which neighborhoods are in which district.
is an exemplary school district whose high school was awarded the silver ranking by U.S. News and World Report in Best High Schools nationwide. With a 15:1 student-teacher ratio, Argyle ISD is a growing district that serves approximately 2,500 students in grades pre-K through 12, with projected growth expected to top 5,000 by 2023. Argyle High School teams have garnered multiple state championships in recent years, including multiple sports, cheerleading, band, film, academics, and the Texas Lone Star Cup — which is based on a school’s combined academic and athletic achievements. Harvest Argyle ISD students will attend Argyle West Elementary (on-site in Harvest, grades pre-K through 4th), Argyle Intermediate School (5th grade), Argyle Middle School (6th-8th grade), and Argyle High School (9th-12th grade).
is one of the fastest-growing school districts in Texas, attracting more than 1,400 new students each year. More importantly, the district also boasts a 95 percent parent satisfaction rate. In addition to its competitive athletics, distinguished arts program, and career academies and pathways, Northwest ISD has been named one of the Best Communities for Music Education in America for several consecutive years. It was also one of only 23 districts in Texas to be named to the Advanced Placement Honor Roll by the National College Board. Harvest Northwest ISD students will attend Lance Thompson Elementary (on-site in Harvest, pre-K through 5th grade), Pike Middle School (6th-8th grade), and Northwest High School (9th-12th grade).
Harvest is also ideally situated near several private school options for growing minds.
Conveniently located near the Harvest entrance in Northlake Commons, The Goddard School uses current, academically endorsed methods to ensure that children have fun while learning the skills they need for long-term success in school and in life. The distinctive early childhood education at Goddard supports the needs of families and helps ensure that children are known and appreciated for their individual talents and personalities. The Goddard School’s F.L.EX.® Learning Program (Fun Learning Experience) helps children explore and discover their interests in a safe, nurturing environment. And a team of acknowledged experts in various fields of early childhood education guides the course of study.
Within a five-mile drive of Harvest is Liberty Christian School offering academics for pre-K through 12th grade. Liberty has an indisputable reputation for being a school with high standards and students who have demonstrated incredible achievement and success after graduation. One of the main reasons these students achieve such academic excellence is the exemplary curriculum in each of their classes. Liberty gives each student a wide range of opportunities with exceptional programs. In addition to the ABeka curriculum, Lower School students benefit from enrichment classes such as Bible, art, computer, Spanish, applied music, vocal music, music history and appreciation, musical theatre, band, physical education, and science experiences.