Celina | Since 1876
PLACES TO PLAY
PLACES TO LEARN
CELINA IS A GIGABIT CITY WITH TWO A-RATED SCHOOL DISTRICTS
The Texas Education Agency provides annual academic accountability ratings to public school districts, charters, and schools. These ratings, which range from A to F, are based on performance on state standardized tests, graduation rates, and post-education readiness outcomes.
For multiple years in a row, the two school districts servicing Celina students - the Celina and Prosper Independent School Districts - have received A ratings.
Click here to view the 2017 - 2022 Celina ISD Strategic Plan
(Celina residents zoned in Prosper ISD)
Click here to view the 2019 - 2025 Prosper ISD Strategic Plan
Learn more about the academic options available to Celina students from prekindergarten to 12th grade by exploring the interactive map below.
Celina Public Library
142 N. Ohio Street Celina, TX 75009
Hours of Operation
Sunday: 12 pm - 4 pm
Monday-Thursday: 10 am - 8 pm
Friday-Saturday: 10 am - 6 pm
The mission of Celina Public Library is to facilitate the increase of knowledge within the community by providing exemplary personnel, facilities, materials and services that nurture imagination, exploration, discovery and learning, changing lives through the transforming power of information and ideas. The Library seeks to encourage imagination, exploration, discovery, and learning through all of the programs and services they provide to the community.
Individuals must register for a Celina Public Library card to check out materials. Any Texas resident may apply for a Celina Public Library card by filling out an application and providing a government-issued picture ID. For those under 18, a parent or legal guardian must complete the form in person.
1st Gigabit City in the State of Texas
In 2020, Celina received official designation as a Gigabit City from the Office of the Governor Greg Abbott. This means that every residence and business within the city has access to a minimum of 1 Gbps (Gigabit per second) up and down connectivity speed. Thanks to fiber optic lines, our open access network will have faster communication and internet speeds for consumers and commercial businesses alike. This fundamental aspect of infrastructure will help to educate youth, create jobs, promote public safety, improve citizens’ standards of living and deliver essential services.
Collin College - Celina Campus
Set on approximately 75 acres, the Celina campus provides greater access to higher education for northwestern Collin County. The campus facilities include classrooms, computer labs, science labs, and a workforce lab. To support students, the campus amenities also feature a library, tutoring center, career center, testing center, bookstore, and more!
Starting in Fall 2021, the Celina Campus offers programs in Business Management, Construction Management, Health Science, and Information Technology. For more information visit collin.edu/campuses/celina.