It's lunchtime at The Colony High School, and a long line is forming in front of a small kiosk where baristas are serving up lattes, mochas and cafe au laits and other coffee drinks.
"I've tried every single one of them," freshman Maddie Lustig said of the frothy, creamy javas she buys from the school's first coffee bistro. "The mint Javalanche is my favorite."
Move over, Starbucks. Lewisville is one of a growing number of school districts adding coffee shops to high school campuses.