UPLIFT EDUCATION PUTS A PREMIUM ON TEACHER AND STUDENT HEALTH AND WELL-BEING WITH KEY ADDITION TO EXECUTIVE TEAM

Uplift Education continues to innovate and put students’ and teachers’ well-being first by adding Dr. John Gasko as its Chief Well-Being and SEL Officer.  This addition to Uplift’s innovative and robust wellness and social emotional learning team will not only ensure that Uplift students have access to regular and reliable preventative and supportive mental health […]

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Uplift Education Becomes Part of The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Uplift campuses are now part of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Air Quality Flag Program to inform parents, scholars and staff of the daily air quality in our area. Each day’s flag color will correspond with the EPA’s Air Quality Index which measures pollutants in the air. Flag colors and the corresponding air quality conditions […]

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Road To College Expands Into Career

We are excited to announce our signature Road To College program is expanding to give current scholars and alumni the tools they need to land a meaningful career. The newly renamed Road To College & Career program will continue to provide personalized support to scholars before and during college, but will also help current scholars identify careers of interest and guide Uplift alumni toward a best-fit career. Ideas for our additional focus […]

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5 important actions for parents in 5 days

The first day of school is Tuesday, August 6 and taking a moment to complete the following five steps over the next five days, will help parents throughout the 2019-20 school year.   Visit your campus Families and Scholars website – Each campus website includes a “Families and Scholars” tab where parents can find uniform […]

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Uplift Scholar recruited to NCAA Division 1 Soccer at The University of North Carolina Ashville. 

Uplift North Hills 2019 graduate, Kaleem Shabout, kicked off his trip on the Road To College when he enrolled at Uplift North Hills as a third grader. Shabout has fond memories of his years as a primary scholar. “It was nice to be in a classroom where I was learning so many new things and getting challenged along the way,” he said. Shabout’s academic growth was impressive, but he was excelling in pursuits outside of […]

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Summer Programs In Your Community

Summer is here, but there are plenty of opportunities for scholars to remain active. The below list offers a few of the many available scholar engagement opportunities across the Metroplex, before we return to school on August 6*. DALLAS Uplift Summer Food Program  Mon-Fri6/9/19-7/9/19Breakfast: 7:30 a.m.-7:55 a.m.Lunch: 12:30 p.m.-1:00 p.m. Dallas Locations: Uplift Hampton, Uplift […]

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Top 6 Ways to Prepare Your Graduate For College

Congratulations! High school graduation is an incredible family milestone and soon your child will embark on their next adventure – college and career. The next few months will be filled with equal parts excitement and angst, especially if your scholar is moving out of the city or out of state. To help families, we have […]

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Scholar Spotlight: Mariana Zollinger

When Mariana Zollinger took her first International Baccalaureate Biology class in ninth grade, she knew what she wanted for her future.   “I always knew I loved medicine and the idea of being a doctor, but in ninth grade when I took my first biology class it reassured me that I was on the right path,” said Mariana Zollinger, […]

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7 Straight-A Steps to Prepare For STAAR

As we approach the end of the school year and our scholars take state and federally mandated tests, parents often wonder why scholars are required to take these end of year exams. TEA requires all public-school students in grades K-12, to take STAAR tests, but Uplift also uses these tests as a data point to […]

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