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  • Uplift North Hills heads to DI global finals

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    Uplift North Hills will represent Irving and Uplift at the Destination Imagination global finals for the first time. Destination Imagination (DI) is a hands-on program where students take part in a challenge in the fields of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics), fine… Read More ›

  • Get ready for summer with activities throughout North Texas

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    We are less than a month away from summer vacation. While summer is a good time for rest and relaxation, it’s also important to keep kids active and learning!  If you are looking for a summer activities for your scholar… Read More ›

  • Teacher Spotlight: Jonathan Trebble-Greening

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    The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) recognized Jonathan Trebble-Greening from Uplift Luna High School for his tenacity as a science teacher in his first five years. Trebble-Greening was awarded the Maitland P. Simmons Memorial Award for new teachers.  The award provides teachers… Read More ›

  • Senior Spotlight: Alexis Rodriguez

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    Name: Alexis Rodriguez Uplift School: Uplift Williams College: University of Texas at Austin or College of the Holy Cross in Massachusetts  Major: Double Major English and Physiology or Political Science with a minor in liberal arts to go to graduate school. Rodriguez did… Read More ›

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