Fernanda was always a good student. After moving to America from Mexico in the second grade, she taught herself how to speak English.
When she became pregnant in the eighth grade, she thought her ability to have a successful life was over. She asked herself, "Should I just drop out if I am not going to get ahead in my education?"
But she knew that the only way to give her child the life he deserved was to continue going to school. One of her friends told her about Premier High Schools, about how she can go at her own pace and that there were shorter school days that would allow her to be there for her son more often.
After attending Premier and seeing that she can still achieve her dreams, she plans on graduating and attending college. She says, “I’m going to be able to provide for my baby and give him everything he wants.”
Responsive Education Solutions to Hold Job Fair March 15 LEWISVILLE, Texas — March 5, 2013 —Responsive Education Solutions (ResponsiveEd) will be holding a job fair on Friday, March 15, 2013, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at our corporate offices located at 1301 Waters Ridge Drive, Lewisville, TX 75057. ResponsiveEd, Texas’ largest public charter school [...]