At Uplift, results matter. However, our results don’t center around test scores, graduation rates, or athletic trophies. Our results are the natural by-product of creating the BEST college prep schools with the MOST caring teachers. Our teachers truly care about their students and are given the flexibility and creativity to provide personalized learning for each child.
See how scholars are nurtured and inspired at Uplift Education.
Our results come to life when ALL of our seniors are accepted to college, and the majority of our alumni go on to earn college degrees and successful careers.
All of our graduates have been accepted to college for the past 20 years.
Class of 2020 earned millions in free money scholarships and grants.
Over ¾ of the Class of 2020 are the first in their family to attend college.
Uplift grads earn college degrees at 4X the national average for like peers.
Our results are acknowledged when we earn local, state, and national recognition, and our numbers surpass those around us.
All eligible high schools earned national recognition by U.S. News & World Report.
9 high schools named in top 300 schools in nation by Jay Mathews Challenge Index.
We are the largest International Baccalaureate district in Texas and #2 in the nation.
We are rated an 87 (B) by the TEA, which is better than all of our surrounding peers.
#1 in College Readiness
Uplift is more effectively preparing scholars for college than surrounding districts serving similar student populations.
Source: TEA TAPR 2018. College Readiness is defined as meeting TSI Criteria
How do we do it?
We develop the Whole Scholar. That means we grow our scholars academically, socially, and emotionally. We connect school life with our families, our communities and our planet to help our scholars become caring, principled, and open-minded. Our four-part approach is key to top results.
We grow scholars socially, emotionally and develop a global awareness.
Our top-tier RTCC program supports our scholars well beyond high school graduation.
Our families are a key part of school life and their well-being is important to us.