Spring Break Activities around DFW

It’s time for some relaxation and fun this Spring Break! Whether your family likes to stay home or venture off into DFW, we have compiled a list of learning opportunities that are fun for the entire family.  Activities in the DFW:   Enjoy one the best Spring flower festivals in the United States, during the Dallas Blooms […]

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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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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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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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Scholar Spotlight – Arbranyz’e Robertson

Uplift Luna Secondary is home to this year’s Miss Black Teen Texas US Ambassador, senior Arbranyz’e Robertson. Robertson thought the pageant was a great scholarship opportunity, and also a way to continue giving back to the community and creating the change she wants to see in it. “I feel like I stood out because of […]

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Scholar Spotlight: Jacqueline Camarillo

Uplift Heights scholar Jacqueline Camarillo wants to help people. She aspires to be a pediatrician. Camarillo said there is only one thing that holds her back, her timidness. It is something she wanted to overcome this summer. The junior’s Road To College counselor advised her to apply for the Mayor’s Intern Fellows Program. The program offers […]

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Get ready for summer with activities throughout North Texas

We are less than a month away from summer vacation. While summer is a good time for rest and relaxation, it’s also important to keep kids active and learning!  If you are looking for a summer activities for your scholar take a look at some activities and camps going on in the city. Some are […]

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Uplift Heights Secondary awarded $25,000 from Eastbay

It was no April Fools joke when Kristen Jones, athletic director at Uplift Heights Secondary announced to the school on April 1, they had won $25,000 to fix their field. Uplift Heights Secondary entered the The Bounce Back 2016 Eastbay contest, the contest awards $25,000 for a school’s sports facility upgrade. Last year the school […]

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Robotics, the future of manufacturing

Uplift Hampton’s Computer Integrated Manufacturing class visited Peterbilt Motors Company on March 2. Barton Scott, high school engineering and robotics teacher at Uplift Hampton wanted scholars to get a first hand look of what they were learning in the classroom, in the workforce. About 22 Uplift Hampton scholars toured Peterbilt Motors Company and learned how robotics […]

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