Life After Uplift: The Story of Tanaka Tava

Life After Uplift provides an in-depth look at what Uplift Education alumni experience after graduating and going off into the real world.     “I remember the night when my mom woke me up screaming that I got into North Hills and how big of a deal that was,” Tanaka said. “To see that excitement, it […]

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Demystifying the lottery at Uplift Education

The application and enrollment process for new families looks slightly different at Uplift Education than it does at a traditional school district, and we are often asked to clarify our process. In short, the application window for the 2019-20 school year begins December 1 and ends February 1. To have an equal opportunity for your scholar to be selected for an available space at one of our […]

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Uplift Scholars feel the LOVE

Southwest Airlines is known for the highest quality of customer service and ensuring that all passengers are treated with a sense of warmth and friendliness. Uplift juniors felt the Southwest love as they visited the corporate headquarters on a recent Career Exploration trip to learn about career opportunities beyond college.   “Southwest is not like […]

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Uplift increases IB authorizations in primary, middle schools

At Uplift Education, a public charter management organization serving nearly 16,000 Pre-K-12th scholars across the Dallas-Fort Worth region in predominately low-income communities, our scholars, teachers, and administrators are actively thinking about how we can insure strong levels of college readiness.  While we are proud of our 100% four-year college acceptance, it is so important to realize […]

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ACT growth leads more Uplift high schools toward the Diploma Programme

At Uplift Education, a public charter management organization serving 16,000 scholars Pre-K-12 across the Dallas-Fort Worth region in predominately low-income communities, our scholars, teachers, and administrators have been actively focused on increasing their levels of college readiness.  As an example, last school year, our high school seniors averaged a 21.7 on their ACTs, with 47% […]

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