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All About Argyle

The Town of Argyle provides a small-town atmosphere, with first class style and easy access to many business centers, medical facilities, renowned universities, shopping, entertainment, cultural activities, and professional sporting events with its close proximity to the Metroplex (Denton, Ft Worth, and Dallas). 
Argyle is a great place to call home with an incredible school district. Argyle Independent School District is a fast-growth district which includes three elementary campuses  along with one middle and high school campus. The district covers 35 square miles. Argyle Independent School District is well known state-wide for excellence in academics, fine arts and athletics. Their achievements include 12 Lone Star Cup state championships (The UIL Lone Star Cup recognizes that Argyle ISD is ranked number one in academics, fine arts and athletics), 16 4A UIL state academic championships, an "A" rating from The Texas Education Agency in Accountability and they hold over 40 other state and national sports and academic championship awards. The current student population for the 2022 - 2023 school year is close to 5,000. The school district serves five municipalities; Argyle, Flower Mound, Bartonville, Denton and Northlake. Argyle ISD takes pride in putting students first, focusing on community based values and striving for excellence. 
Liberty Christian School is another great school located in Argyle, TX. Liberty Christian School was founded in 1983 to offer a quality, Christ-centered education. Now with more than 1,000 students, their school offers students a safe place to excel academically, spiritually, artistically and athletically.
History of Argyle - Growth was very slow during the nineteenth century, and by 1890 Argyle only had a population of 148. The town did boast several agriculture-related industries, such as mills, general stores, and a cotton gin. In 1885, Argyle built a two-story brick school, and population grew until it reached 238 in 1930. A bank was also established in 1906, a little red brick building with a drugstore in the front. The Great Depression took its toll on the Argyle area, and the population declined to only ninety in 1950. Argyle incorporated as a separate city on September 19, 1960, with M.H. Wilson as the first mayor. Gradually the town grew in population as more people from the Dallas-Fort Worth area discovered its rural charm. By the 1970s a number of retail establishments were located in Argyle, and the population reached 1,575 in 1990, and doubled from that figure to 3,282 at the 2010 census. The high rate of growth is expected to continue as part of the general development of northern areas in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.