Carrollton is a city in Texas, partially in Dallas County, partially in Denton County, and partially in Collin County. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 109,576. Carrollton is a suburb of Dallas.
The city of Carrollton has been named to America’s 2006 Top 100 Places to Live for 2006 by Relocate America. Cities are nominated by individuals who live, work or play in the community, then an editorial team reviews, rates and judges the nominated cities to select the top one hundred.
The city has the headquarters of Educational Products, Inc. and Woot.com.
Most of Carrollton is a part of the Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District. Dallas Independent School District also serves a small portion of Carrollton in the south, along with the Lewisville Independent School District in the north.
The DISD portion is served partially by Anne Frank Elementary School and partially by N. Adams Elementary School. The N. Adams portion will be served by DISD’s Junkins Elementary School (located in Carrollton, named after Jerry Junkins) when Junkins opens in fall 2006. All of the DISD portion is served by Marsh Middle School and W.T. White High School. Starting in 2006-2007 the DISD portion of Carrollton will instead be served by Walker Middle School.