Financial and State Reports

  • Financials

    As we grow, we take great care to balance growth with financial planning and fiscal responsibility. Uplift continues to maintain its investment grade rating and develop innovative ways to bridge the funding gap created by state policies for charter schools. This careful planning produces amazing results:
    91% scholar retention rate means we can accurately project enrollment numbers for planning and budgeting purposes.


    $78,200,000 raised

    over past ten years to expand and create new schools, as well as support innovative programming, scholarships and pilot new initiatives.

    20,000 seats

    will provide more choices for families regardless of zip code.

     

Uplift Financial Summary for Fiscal Year 2018

  • Uplift Revenue FY 2018 summary chart Uplift Expenses FY 2018 summary chart

Fiscal Year Reports

CEO Salary

  • CEO 2018-19 salary - $250,000 annually 

State and Federal Accountability Documents and Policies

School & District Report Cards

  • To view the latest school report cards from the Texas Education Agency, click the link below and search by school name. 

    http://tea.texas.gov/perfreport/src/index.html

    The U.S. Department of Education requires each state to publish an annual report card with specific district- and campus-level data. View the most recent Federal Report Card.