Colleyville, TX. Town in Dallas-Ft. Worth (DFW Metroplex). Affluent town of about 20,000; local high school is Colleyville Heritage and is one of the top high schools in the country. Colleyville shares many similarities with next-door Southlake, TX (also home to Heritage rival Southlake Carroll), and Colleyville is in a joint school district with Grapevine, TX.

The city's biggest flaw is that it believes it has no flaws. A slew of teen suicides in 2004 and a steroid abuse scandal in the high school football team landed Colleyville Heritage on the front page of Newsweek. The town has recovered swimmingly. But constant, unmonitored teen partying and rampant prescription drug abuse continue with little attention. Parents are often blamed for giving their kids too many luxuries without any supervision.
Colleyville shares many students with Grapevine, but has more in common with the developing town of Southlake.
by PittFan January 01, 2006
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Recently marked the #1 city to live in (Texas) by CNN Money as of Summer 2005. Great Atmosphere! Many new developments and a place to enjoy all seasons.
Real Estate Values Soaring
by Matt G. August 10, 2005
rich ass suburb of Dallas, and surrounded by other rich ass towns (see Southlake, Grapevine). The city council regulates what types of roofs, windows, and (in some neighborhoods) the size of houses that are allowed to be built. Apartments are illegal to construct by law. The homeless carry laptops. Colleyville ranks 68th in the nation for highest average income (about $120k/year).
Damn, Colleyville shopping center is expensive.
by D.B.T. December 22, 2005
An interesting alternate universe filled with future investment bankers, swiss watches, german automobiles, and lots and lots of drugs. Fun. Basically, a mixture of the best qualities of Monaco and Amsterdam.
Colleyville is at the top of the trickle-down money ladder. The town is filled with many fashion-sensible, upper class families. Most of their money goes to their kids, which goes towards their drugs -- keeping the ghettos in Arlington and Dallas booming.
by notisaidthecat February 02, 2006
home of a lot of beautiful people,rich familes,hot girls,hot hot boys and has some of the greatest clothes you could find in the cute little botiques. Its just a great place to be and even BETTER if you are lucky enough to live here
Colleyville makes every other school look like crap.
by Pntrs06 December 30, 2005
Colleyville, Texas. Town that endures the verbal abuse of other cities while still welcoming the dreams and aspirations of anyone. Impossible to stereotype, yet often the subject of the cruelest stereotypes.
Most Colleyville families aren't pompous or arrogant, and their kids don't party or engage in casual sex on the weekends.
by Anonymousd December 30, 2005
We drive nice cars and live in big houses. We have no school spirit and bad reputations. The local hangout after Friday's game is Whataburger or club w to us not Sonic or Wendys. The steroids was about 10 seniors and they graduated.. sex scandal was two mexican kids not our entire school. Its a regular high school but since we have money kids think their parents' lawyers can pay their way out of everything, therefore getting caught doesn't seem to bug them. With a friendly rivalry with Grapevine and nothing but hate for Southlake we also are listed among worst fans, you forgot that one. We have nothing to do, so drama spread by gossip is one the biggest past times. With all that on the surface, underneath it... living here has been the best seventeen years of my life and I wouldn't trade the memories or people here for anything. If those are the the worst flaws you can fine then I think we're doing alright. Can you say hypocrites.. why is the media trashing us so much if gossip is so wrong and why is having money a crime? Don't be jealous of what OUR PARENTS worked for. We had no control over that and having money, "being rich" shouldn't be something held against us. Colleywood, its like Hollywood but in Texas. Who could ask for more?
Bobby: "Southlake is a richer version of Colleyville, but they aren't on the news because they have enough money to pay them off."
by michellexixi October 15, 2005

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