Collin County Teen Court
Collin County Administration Building
2300 Bloomdale Rd., Suite 4192
McKinney, TX 75071
972-424-1460 ext. 4654 (Metro)
Collin County Teen Court is responsible for the administration of the county-wide program involving the handling and disposition of cases referred by the justices of the peace as well as other agencies. Teen Court is also responsible for the recruitment and training of teen volunteers for participation in the program. As an extension of the office, Teen Court also coordinates a variety of events and programs specifically designed for young people - giving them the opportunity to get involved and learn about county government.
Collin County Teen Court does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.
Congratulations to our 2017 Mock Trial Team who placed first at our annual competition. Special thanks to everyone who participated, especially Judge Kyle for all of his coaching.
2017 Collin County Teen Court Scholarship Application
Applications are due by May 9th.
Download application here.
2017 Collin County Teen Court Internship Application
We are now accepting applications for our summer internship. Details are in the application.
Download application here.
Collin County Teen Court Common Questions
Frequently Asked Questions:
Why are the dates always filled, when I check the calendar?
There are about 200 volunteers in our database from Allen, Frisco, Plano, McKinney, Prosper, etc.
To be fair, it is first come, first served to volunteer. This means you should check the calendar daily to see when dates are posted and email to sign up.
When is the attorney training scheduled?
The attorney training is scheduled in August.
Notice of the date and place are placed on the web page around June.
You should have volunteered at least twice before signing up and be at least 14 years old. At this time, the training is closed to any new applicants as we are at capacity.
Why are there no court dates posted on the calendar?
Court dates are scheduled when we receive cases from the referring courts.
If we don’t receive cases then we cannot schedule court.
There is no set date or time when the dates are posted.
Why are the attorney positions filled so fast?
There are only 5 positions for attorneys for court.
The teens who sign up for these are highly competitive and check the calendar daily to sign up.
Can you sign my son/daughter up for future dates?
No, we cannot pre-reserve dates.
It would not be fair to the other volunteers who want to volunteer.
Teen Court Calendar
Teen Court Participants
Jury Duty - Volunteer/Sign-Up
Maps of Court Locations
Information for Volunteers/Participants
Information for Defendants
Community Service, Scholarship, and Helpful Resources
The President's Volunteer Service Award