Uplift Education was Awarded to be in the First Cohort for a State-Funded Incentive Pay to High-Performing Teachers

Uplift Education will prioritize our teachers and provide 90% of the funds directly to teachers who have earned the TIA designations. Uplift Education was awarded to be in the first cohort of the Teacher Incentive Allotment (TIA) program to provide state-funded incentive pay to high-performing teachers. Uplift anticipates 136 of their teachers receiving a state […]

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SUPPORT UPLIFT EDUCATION FAMILIES DURING NORTH TEXAS GIVING TUESDAY

As COVID-19 has brought closure to school districts across Texas, Uplift Education remains committed to serving our families with a high-quality education at home, meals available for pick up, and community resources during this unprecedented time.   Uplift is implementing a full and robust remote learning program for our 20,000 scholars across PreK – 12th grades in content aligned to […]

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Winter came early! Are you prepared?

Cold weather has arrived in Dallas and we would like to remind our parents and school communities of our weather procedures for this winter season. Our school website homepages have been updated with a “Inclement Weather” button where parents can find all the latest information for your specific campus weather update. To navigate to this page, visit your school’s web-page, select […]

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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 receives $90,000 grant to enhance postsecondary advising as part of the “To and Through” Advising Challenge

Uplift Education’s Road To College program was selected to receive a $90,000 grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation through the “To and Through Advising Challenge.”  The challenge was awarded to districts that will meaningfully impact high school students’ journey through graduation and into postsecondary education, especially low-income and students of color. Guidance and […]

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Uplift Education earns 16 International Baccalaureate Authorizations, becomes one of the nation’s Top Five IB Districts

Uplift Education earned 16 International Baccalaureate authorizations over the course of the 2017-18 school year, including five Primary Years Programmes, two Middle Years Programmes, and nine Diploma Programmes. With nearly 19,000 scholars across 40 schools, these newest authorizations elevate Uplift to one the nation’s Top Five IB Districts in number of programmes served, according to […]

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Scholar Spotlight: Valeria Escobar

Valeria Escobar has taken the next big step in pursuing a life-long dream of career in journalism.  The Uplift Summit International Preparatory senior earned admission and a full-ride scholarship to Columbia University in New York City.  Escobar will announce her decision to attend along with hundreds of Uplift seniors at College Signing Day on April […]

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Uplift Network-wide science fair!

The Uplift network-wide district science fair took place January 27 with the hard work of scholars, teachers, staff and volunteers. More than 231 scholars presented months of research, data and testing. Guest filled the UT Southwestern T. Boone Pickens Biomedical Building early Saturday morning for a full day of science. Many events took place throughout […]

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Uplift Scholar publishes novel at 13 years old

Sreeja Kuppam, an Uplift North Hills scholar,  published her first book on her thirteenth birthday. Ancient Dynasty Chronicle: The Untold Truth is a series of adventure, mystery and suspense. The middle school scholar has always shown her passion for writing in class and at home. “My parents didn’t expect me to write a book, but […]

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