About Our School

    Dr. Ray Braswell High School, the district’s fourth comprehensive high school, is located on approximately 108 acres on the southeast corner of Navo Road and U.S. 380 in the Town of Little Elm. The school’s namesake Dr. Braswell served Denton ISD as a teacher, coach and administrator for his entire career, and ultimately led the district as superintendent of schools for 14 years. Under his leadership, the district experienced rapid student growth and major successes – both academically and athletically. Braswell High, with the main building of 452,868 square feet, was designed by VLK Architects and was built by Balfour-Beatty Construction. The facility, which was approved for construction by voters as part of a bond package in 2013, has an initial capacity for 2,600 students with the option to add instructional space to reach a capacity of 3,000.

    Recognizing that all students learn differently, furniture and equipment throughout the building are non-fixed and flexible. Staff and students own their learning by determining the use and function of key academic areas. Knowledge nooks and adaptable set-ups are sprinkled through the facility.

    Established: 2016
    Mascot: Bengal
    Colors: Red and Black