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Homes for Sale Near Highland Park, TX

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Why Do People Live here?

Highland Park is bordered on the south, east and west by Dallas and on the north by the city of University Park. Highland Park and University Park together comprise the Park Cities, an enclave of Dallas. In terms of formal education, Highland Park is Texas’ second best educated city, after its neighbor University Park, with 76.6% of adults age 25 or older holding an associate degree or higher, and 74.7% of adult residents possessing a baccalaureate degree or higher.

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What’s Going in Highland Park, TX?

Highland Park became somewhat famous in the early 1980s when the popular television show Dallas used to shoot on location there. The 2012 TV series GCB took place in the fictitious “Hillside Park”, which is likely a stand-in for Highland Park; however, the residence in the show where the mother of the main character, “Amanda Vaughn”, lived is actually located in East Dallas

What schools will your children attend?

The Highland Park Independent School District is comprised of seven campuses: four elementary schools, one intermediate school, one middle school and one high school. The district has an enrollment of approximately 6,840 students and employs 750 people, including more than 430 teachers.

HPISD received acknowledgements in every category of the Texas Education Agency’s Gold Performance Accountability Indicators. The GPA publicly recognizes high performance in areas that are in addition to those used to determine state accountability ratings.

Highland Park High School students consistently score above the national and state average on the ACT and SAT. In 2012, HPHS students scored a composite 26.6 on the ACT, compared to the Texas average of 20.8 and the national average of 21.1. HPHS students recorded a composite score of 1792 on the SAT, higher than the Texas average of 1434 and the national average of 1498.

Now You Really Want to Find a Home Here, Right?

If you are interested in the current homes for sale in Highland Park, TX click on the link above. Our ‘search property’ link is a direct feed from the North Texas MLS and is updated multiple times per day.

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