Celina offers the best of small town living with convenient access to the Dallas North Tollway to quickly reach major employment centers and popular destinations across the DFW Metroplex.
Head to Celina’s Historic Square for mom and pop restaurants and boutiques or take the whole family to Old Celina Park to play on the sports fields. Local shops stay open late during the farmers market at the Historic Square on Friday nights from April to early November, and the city also hosts trick or treating, movie nights and Christmas tree lighting events on the Square.
Outdoor enthusiasts will love Celina’s proximity to Ray Roberts Lake State Park, which features a marina, wooded equestrian and hiking trails, fishing, kayaking, camping and a rustic lodge.
Glen Crossing youngest residents will attend Celina ISD. Celina ISD is one of the fastest growing school districts in Texas. Home to the Bobcats and more than 2,400 students, Celina ISD has been ranked on Niche’s Best School Districts in Texas study. In 2016, the district also met all standards set by the Texas Education Agency for Student Achievement, Student Progress, Closing Performance Gaps and Postsecondary Readiness.
Along with strong academic programs, CISD is also known for its championship sports programs. The Celina High School football team has won eight state championships and the school’s baseball team also won the state championship in 2002. In fine arts, Celina High School’s concert band earned eleven consecutive sweepstakes awards and the Celina Choir department has also won numerous competitions.Search New Construction Homes For Sale