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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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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Uplift Education: 4 Tips to Calm Back-to-School Nerves

Each year as the summer winds down, scholars naturally start to feel the excitement and nervousness of returning to school. With this year kicking off differently than usual, many of us may need additional support and encouragement as we transition back to campus. Here are some ways you can help scholars manage their back-to-school jitters: […]

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Uplift Education: 6 Steps to Prepare for A Virtual Learning Environment

Preparing for a new school year can be challenging for many parents and scholars, and transitioning to a new virtual learning environment due to the COVID-19 pandemic adds additional challenges during an already stressful time. This school year will be unique to say the least, but we are prepared to help our families thrive in […]

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Scholar Spotlight: Monica Orozco

Uplift North Hills scholar, Monica Orozco has made many accomplishment this summer starting with developing her nonprofit Gift of Reading. Gift of Reading is a nonprofit that promotes servant leadership, literacy and a love of reading through book ownership. Monica, 7th grader, has been working towards her goal of becoming an entrepreneur for seven years […]

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Uplift Science Fair

Months of scholar research, trials and data culminated at the annual Uplift Science Fair. Over 200 scholars from all campuses across Uplift Education took part in the network-wide Science Fair on Saturday.  A total of 163 projects from all grade levels filled the UT Southwestern T Boone Pickens Biomedical building. “Science Fair is a great place for scholars […]

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Uplift Scholars motivated by The Compelling Why

Uplift  African-American and Latina young women scholars were invited to take part in the first annual seminar offered to young African-American and Latina females put on by Compelling Why at University of Texas at Dallas. For the first time young women were invited to the annual Compelling Why seminar, a conference previously reserved for African-American […]

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