About Union Park Elementary
Union Park Elementary School, the district’s 24th campus serving grades K-5, will serve as a focal point of a 1,100-acre master-planned community in Little Elm when it opened in August 2019.
The primary campus, located on the western side of Union Park-Phase 4, near Bryan Road and Union Park Blvd., is the fourth generation of the district’s prototype elementary school. The school is on land donated by the developer and is adjacent to a neighborhood park.
Our school's many “green” features include rainwater collection, geothermal heating/cooling, and solar panels. Extensive windows will provide natural lighting throughout the school, resulting in substantial energy savings as well as a relaxing learning environment for our students and staff.
The campus has the capacity to serve 740 students and opened in the fall of 2019 with 558 students. Due to a dramatic influx of students, the enrollment swelled to 928 in the 2021-2022 school year, causing the district to construct an additional elementary school in the Sandbrock Ranch subdivision.
Union Park Elementary, home of the Pioneers, is the final major project from the Capital Improvement Plan approved by district voters in 2013. The school is the ninth campus in the Braswell High School feeder pattern.