At Uplift, the numbers tell our story and we are proud of all that we accomplish each and every school year.
Uplift is the 2nd largest International Baccalaureate (IB) district in the nation, largest in Texas.
Why IB®? An International Baccalaureate® education combines academic rigor with social and emotional growth, creativity, and global thinking. IB® helps scholars become not only problem-solvers, but also people who understand community, connection, and how they are a part of it all. International Baccalaureate® is a proven factor in our formula for success. Read more about IB® at Uplift.
100% of eligible high schools earned national recognition
by U.S. News and World Report and are ranked in the top 1% of Most Challenging High Schools in the Nation.
Our graduates earn college degrees at more than 4X the national average for like peers.
We support our scholars to and through college, and help them on the path to a successful career. At Uplift, our work doesn't stop when we hand out the diploma.
For the 10th year in a row, 100% of Uplift graduates were accepted to college.
We know a college degree can make a lifetime difference for a person, so we strive hard to prepare our scholars for college and provide support throughout their college and career experience.
The Class of 2019 earned over $90,000,000 in grants and scholarships.
Our 845 graduating seniors submitted over 6,700 applications and were accepted to over 460 different colleges and universities across the nation. Uplift ensures that our graduates find that "best fit" college with a process that begins in middle school.
Uplift will serve 20,000 scholars by 2020
With 43 schools in 6 cities, Uplift is proud to be the largest public charter school in D/FW. Even more importantly, with 78% of our scholars as first-generation college-attendees, we are proud to be making a difference in their lives.
Uplift earned a rating of 87 from the Texas Educators Agency (TEA) for 2019.
This B+ rating is higher than many surrounding districts, including Dallas, Fort Worth, Arlington and Irving.