Scholar Spotlight: William Horne

Uplift Summit International Preparatory scholar, William Horne, is giving back to his school by starting the Keep Summit Beautiful organization. Horne is on the Mayor’s Youth Commission, a platform for him to volunteer his time to his city and where he was introduced to the national nonprofit, Keep America Beautiful. “I saw Uplift Summit as […]

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SPRING BREAK IS HERE

Spring Break is a great time to relax, have fun, enjoy family time and get involved in events around the metroplex! Below you will find activities you can do at home with your scholar and events you can attend for a day out. Texas Discovery Garden: Offering FREE activities to all ages with a family-friendly […]

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Scholar Spotlight: Sa’vana Davis

Sa’vana Davis, a junior at Uplift Heights Secondary won the Dallas Mavericks Black History Month Challenge.  Her winning essay on gun violence in her community landed her a weekend trip to Atlanta, Georgia. The challenge allows students to answer a prompt, “I have a dream: How Black History inspires me”.  Davis felt very connected to […]

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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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Recognizing Black History Month

Black History Month recognizes the contributions of African Americans by celebrating history, culture, leaders, that have created impacts of change in U.S. There are a variety of ways you can celebrate Black History Month across the metroplex! Below is a list of events that you and your family can attend to learn and join in […]

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Weather Alert

Scholar safety is always a top priority, and as cold weather approaches there is an increasing chance of ice or snow that could close or delay Uplift schools. We have updated our school website homepages with new “Delays and Closings” buttons for better assistance. The decision to close or delay schools begins the night before […]

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Men of Hampton celebrate women empowerment

Men of Hampton, a parent-led group at Uplift Hampton Preparatory, hosted the 6th annual Sister 2 Sister breakfast that celebrates women and educates young girls about the stages of growing up to become an empowered women. Scholars and their mothers were invited to attend the Sister 2 Sister breakfast with a full day of workshops. […]

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Stay Engaged During Winter Break

Winter break is here but the learning doesn’t have to stop! Below we’ve compiled a list of at home activities to help your scholar continue learning during the break. We also want you to enjoy your break and have fun so we added some local activities to partake in around DFW.  Happy holidays! At Home […]

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Uplift High Schools join the National College March

Uplift schools have been participating in the National College March created by the Washington Heights Expeditionary Learning School (WHEELS) as a symbolic tradition for high school seniors since 2013. This year, Uplift added two new participating school Uplift Mighty and Uplift Infinity who are celebrating their first graduating class. Seniors marched their college applications to […]

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