Senior Decision Day Spotlight: Jose Fuentes

Jose has been at Uplift Infinity since 6th grade, however he’s poised to make a jump outside of his comfort zone. Through the help of his RTCC counselor, Jose connected with an Uplift Infinity alumni who now attends Babson College, a small private school near Boston, Massachusetts. For Jose, having a mentor has been a […]

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Senior Decision Day Spotlight: Brianna Vasquez

Brianna joined the Uplift family three years ago and immediately became enamored with the attention that Uplift teachers provide their scholars. Having trusting adults and developing bonds with her teachers really helped to shape her as she progressed through high school. In addition to her teachers, the staff in the RTCC office also served as […]

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Life After Uplift: The story of Fahim Ahamed

Life After Uplift provides an in-depth look at what Uplift Education alumni experience after graduating and going off into the real world.      In this edition of Life After Uplift, we learn about Fahim Ahamed, founder of Hold My Chai, a chai business set for its grand opening in Frisco this summer.   “When I was at North Hills, […]

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Gayle Nindo: A Truly ‘Grand’ Scholar

Uplift scholars were featured in the Dallas Morning News on January 10th, sharing their views on the charter school experience. Several scholars wrote letters expressing how attending an Uplift Education school has impacted their lives. The article helped inform Texas legislators as they enter the 87th legislative session on charter schools’ importance. Gayle Nindo, a 5th grader at […]

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Life After Uplift: The Story of Mariah Steward

Life After Uplift provides an in-depth look at what Uplift Education alumni experience after graduating and going off into the real world.    In this edition of Life After Uplift, Mariah Steward takes us through her experiences after she graduated and her journey in the early stage of her career.   Mariah, a graduate of Uplift Luna Preparatory, first became interested in education in high school as she experienced […]

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Life After Uplift: The Story of Khalil Payton

Life After Uplift provides an in-depth look at what Uplift Education alumni experience after graduating and going off into the real world.    In this edition of Life After Uplift, Khalil Payton takes us through his experiences after he graduated and his journey in the early stage of his career.   Khalil, a graduate of Uplift Hampton Preparatory, first became interested in engineering when […]

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Uplift Proudly Recognizes our Counselors as Part of National School Counseling Week

National School Counseling Week takes place from February 1st through February 5th. We are proud to recognize the support and guidance that our amazing Uplift counselors provide for our scholars each and every day, from Social & Emotional health to College Preparation.   In the midst of the pandemic, our Social/ Behavioral Counselors have been the face of compassion […]

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Social Justice Can’t Start Too Soon

The concept of teaching social justice in schools has gained traction in the past few years, particularly in high school-aged classrooms, as we encourage our students to register to vote and let their voices be heard. However, as Ms. Gowin shows us, it is never too early to teach your children about social justice. Gowin, […]

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What Uplift Parents Are Thankful For

Over the past few months, we have all dealt with a great deal of adversity. Uplift set its sights on not only a safe return to on-campus and hybrid learning, but also a meaningful and productive one. We pride ourselves in transparency and that is not only evident via our updated daily live COVID-19 dashboard, […]

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Uplift Education Public Schools Open for In-Person Learning

Uplift Education public schools will open September 21, 2020 for in-person learning with new precautions in place to keep kids safe. Given the positive health news and the robust measures we have taken for safe in-person learning, we will begin welcoming back our students to school in a phased approach for those families who selected […]

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