Monthly Archives: October 2015

Self- Directed Learning

Jennifer Kasapi, a Premier Campus Director of two schools in Austin, explains Self- Directed Learning ResponsiveEd's Premier High Schools (a credit recovery school) is a mastery-based program where students work at their own pace to...
Virtue, Liberty and Leadership

October 14, 2015 – Campus Directors from all of our 74 campuses come together once a year for a director’s conference to learn and discuss topics that will enhance the new school year. The...

ResponsiveEd provides a range of school choices. We provide several classical options because we believe it promotes wisdom and virtue and prepares our students to live as responsible citizens and lifelong learners in a...
Clay Classical

Students at Clay Classical Academy, a ResponsiveEd® charter school in southwest Dallas, achieved an 84% pass rate on the State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness (STAAR) in 2015, increasing their results by 28%...
Scholarships

The 2015 senior class at ResponsiveEd's charter schools were awarded more than $3 million in scholarships and grants for 50 colleges and universities across the country. Graduates from four of ResponsiveEd’s schools were collectively awarded $1.9...

In the 2015-16 school year, seven of ResponsiveEd’s Vista Academies were renamed Classical Academies. We visited with Kyle Queal, ResponsiveEd’s Vice-President of Learning and Leadership Development to better understand what the renaming means for...

A Career and Technical Education (CTE) career cluster that is offered at some of our Premier High Schools is Health science. While many times students think a career in Health Science requires extensive education,...

If you have driven along I-35 near Sandy Lake Road in Lewisville, on I-635 in Richardson, or on Riverside in Austin you may have noticed billboards promoting ResponsiveEd. We have begun to make our presence...
Early College

One of ResponsiveEd’s goals is to provide different innovative options through our school brands. Even within the iSchool High and Premier High Schools, the different campuses can look very different. While the iSchool in...

Hickory Creek iSchool High On October 8, 2015 iSchool High of Hickory Creek celebrated the opening of its new campus with a ceremonial ribbon cutting. Mayor of Hickory Creek Lynn Clark, State Representative candidate Rick Hagen,...