There are 25 colleges and universities in Dallas-Fort Worth, including ten in the City of Dallas or literally across the street.
Southern Methodist University, the University of Texas at Dallas, the University of North Texas at Dallas, Dallas Baptist University, Paul Quinn College, Criswell College, Dallas Theological Seminary, Parker University and the University of Dallas provide a diverse set of opportunities for four-year and advanced degrees in or adjacent to the City of Dallas.
The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas boasts three Nobel laureates on its faculty, more than any other Texas university.
Dallas County Community College District has nine campuses, five of which are in Dallas.
Dallas Education: Primary and Secondary Schools.
More than 300 public schools. There were 133 state-designated exemplary and recognized public school campuses in the city.
More than 70 private schools holding classes in a range of Kindergarten to 12th grade.
More than 30 public libraries.
The growing diversity of the Metroplex is reflected in the variety of international schools that call Dallas home.
Great public school systems.
Some DFW area's school district is nationally recognized, for example, the Plano School Disctrict (PISD).
Two public high schools are ranked among top 10 high schools according to Newsweek. The School for the Talented & Gifted was named #2 and the School of Science and Engineering was ranked #4.
Five DISD high schools, three in Plano ISD, and three in Richardson ISD rank in the top 1,000 nationally. Three public charter high schools located in the city also ranked in the top 1,000.