McKinney

Welcome to McKinney

McKinney (approx. pop. 168,000) is a charming city located 30 miles north of Dallas. McKinney’s motto is “Unique by Nature,” and it’s easy to see why! The second-largest city in the Dallas metro area after Plano, McKinney has tons to offer its inhabitants and visitors, including dozens of annual festivals, farmers’ markets, high-end shopping, every type of cuisine imaginable and, best of all, a cozy, close-knit community with small town ideals just outside one of the country’s fastest growing cities. Money Magazine named McKinney the #1 Best Place to Live in America in 2014 and Texas Highways has ranked it the 17th best destination on their Top 40 Texas Destinations list. It’s bordered by Melissa on the north, Princeton on the east, Allen and Fairview on the south and southeast, Plano 10 miles to the southwest, Frisco on the west and Proper on the northwest.

Quick Facts

Population

181,330

Female

79,851

Male

76,970

  • White
    142,344
    78.5%
  • Hispanic
    34,453
    19.0%
  • Asian alone
    9,610
    5.3%
  • Black
    20,490
    11.3%
Median Home Price

$ 278,900

Average Income

$83,257

Median resident age

34 years

McKinney Schools

SchoolGradesSchool LevelState Ranking/# of SchoolsStudent/Teacher Ratio
Albert & Iola Lee Davis Malvern ElementaryK-5Elementary2018: 4090/435711.8
Arthur H McNeil ElementaryK-5Elementary2018: 2248/435714.4
Burks ElementaryK-5Elementary2018: 3758/435713.6
C T Eddins ElementaryK-5Elementary2018: 411/435714.2
Caldwell ElementaryK-5Elementary2018: 3531/435714.6
Collin County Cornerstone Christian AcademyPK-12Private–: –/–9.8
Collin County J J A E P9-9Alternative–: –/–
Comstock ElementaryK-5Elementary2018: 277/435716.1
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