SINCE 1998,

we have responded to the needs in the communities we serve.

Every day, more and more students are losing hope as they become disengaged from the learning process. As illustrated below, such disengagement is expressed in many different ways. It is expressed in a parent’s dissatisfaction with a child’s assigned school, a student’s dissatisfaction with his or her own education, a student’s failure to graduate on time, and even the ultimate disengagement—a student’s decision to drop out of school.

Approximately half of parents are not satisfied with their child’s assigned public school. 1

Number of students on charter school waiting lists nationally 2

Approximately half of parents are not satisfied with their child’s assigned public school. 1

Number of students on charter school waiting lists nationally 2

Every 26 seconds a student drops out of high school. 3

1 in 4 high school students will not graduate within four years. 4

Every 26 seconds a student drops out of high school. 3

1 in 4 high school students will not graduate within four years. 4

Our Brands

From the beginning, we have responded to the needs in the communities we serve by starting different kinds of schools.

Premier High Schools

1999
Our Premier High Schools are mastery-based programs designed to help students catch up in school, pursue a CTE pathway, or move more quickly toward graduation.

Premier High Schools

1999
Our Premier High Schools are mastery-based programs designed to help students catch up in school, pursue a CTE pathway, or move more quickly toward graduation.

Vista Academies

2007
Vista Academies are college-preparatory elementary schools, designed to be small, warm, and student-focused learning environments.

Vista Academies

2007
Vista Academies are college-preparatory elementary schools, designed to be small, warm, and student-focused learning environments.

iSchool High

2008
These mastery-based, college-preparatory high schools combine college prep and pathways like STEM to help our students succeed at their own pace.

iSchool High

2008
These mastery-based, college-preparatory high schools combine college prep and pathways like STEM to help our students succeed at their own pace.

Quest Middle Schools

2009
Our college-preparatory middle schools help bridge the gap between Vista Academies and iSchool High.

Quest Middle Schools

2009
Our college-preparatory middle schools help bridge the gap between Vista Academies and iSchool High.

Texas Virtual Academy

2010
An important part of ResponsiveEd Virtual Learning, TXVA, provides students working independently with access to Individualized Learning Plans developed for each student.

Texas Virtual Academy

2010
An important part of ResponsiveEd Virtual Learning, TXVA, provides students working independently with access to an online, self-paced curriculum.

Founders Classical Academies

2012
Powered by the partnership between Hillsdale College and ResponsiveEd, these K–12 classical schools provide students a rigorous, college-preparatory experience on a single campus.

Founders Classical Academies

2012
Powered by the partnership between Hillsdale College and ResponsiveEd, these K–12 classical schools provide students a rigorous, college-preparatory experience on a single campus.

ResponsiveEd Classical Academies

2015
Our newest line of schools feature a blend of classical curriculum and 21st-century skills.

ResponsiveEd Classical Academies

2015
Our newest line of schools feature a blend of classical curriculum and 21st-century skills.

1. U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Parent and Family Involvement inEducation Survey of the NHES, 2007.
2. Kern, Nora, and Wentana Gebru. “Waiting Lists to Aend Charter Schools Top 1 Million Names.” Details from the Dashboard (2007): 87-94.Hp://www.publiccharters.org. National Alliance of Public Charter Schools, May 2014. Web.
<hp://www.publiccharters.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/NAPCS-2014-Wait-List-Report.pdf>.
3. Miller, Tony. “Partnering for Education Reform.” U.S. Department of Education. Accessed February 26, 2014,
hps://www.ed.gov/news/speeches/partnering-education-reform.
4. Silver, David, Marisa Saunders, and Estela Zarate. “What Factors Predict High School Graduation in the Los Angeles Unified School District .” Aendance Counts.
Accessed February 26, 2014, hp://www.aendancecounts.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/LAUSD-Study-2008.pdf.