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Trophy Club, an independent town with an elected mayor and five city council members, offers a wide range of home choices and as well as community activities, schools, churches, clubs, and organizations. The four-square-mile town has three parks and a public pool, including youth football, soccer, and baseball programs.
Home prices range from the low $100s to more than $1,000,000, the upper end being more common. The city has two 18-hole premiere golf clubs, including one designed by late PGA great Ben Hogan.
The town encourages citizens to participate in local government. In 2010 an "Economic Climate Dashboard" was added to the city's website where the town began posting monthly reports. With one click, citizens are taken to the Transparent Government Information page to see how their money is being spent. For its efforts at financial transparency, Trophy Club received a "Gold" Leadership Circle award from the State of Texas.
Located on busy SH-114 between Alliance and DFW airports, Trophy Club bills itself as a "premiere planned community." Planning is a hallmark of the town and those plans are constantly being reviewed to ensure that the city maintains the "neighborhood atmosphere" that its 2,600 households have come to expect. (Translation: Don't throw your garbage on the sidewalk and respect the HOA as if it were the stone tablets.) The population of Trophy Club is expected to grow 27 percent by 2013.
The city is currently developing multi-use property located at 114 and Trophy Club Drive.
Trophy Club sits in the eastern portion of the sprawling Northwest ISD, which operates eight community elementary schools, three community middle schools, a consolidated high school, and an alternative/school-of-choice campus. The average student SAT score in 2009 was 1,490.