Monthly Archives: January 2016

When her two year old son, Joey, was diagnosed with Autism, Shiela Perez entered a world in which she had no experience. After struggling at a local public school, they found ResponsiveEd’s Foundation School...

Trena Clark, a parent of four students at ResponsiveEd’s Tyler Classical Academy, does her part to help build a school community. Every month she writes a monthly newsletter with helpful advice for fellow parents...

As a military child, seventh grader Sarah Abbey moved frequently. Eighth grader Grant Knoche performed across the country as a member of Kidz Bop. Needing more time, fourth grader Jacob Wallace fell behind in...

By SHANNON DAUGHTRY The Daily News Contrary to rumors, Mainland Preparatory Academy isn’t closing, officials said. The charter school is sound and planning for a very successful future, said Kyle Queal, vice president of learning and...

Speaking to classmates, parents and the community on December 14 at Founder Classical Academy in Lewisville at the school’s annual Bill of Rights Colloquium, junior Kerighan Wheeler introduced the vital role of the Bill...

When it comes to jobs in the Business Management and Administration career cluster, many positions depend on work experiences more than education levels. Several Premier High Schools, located in areas where there is a...

Joshua Duran, a sixth grader at Quest Middle School in Lewisville, takes his place in the assembly line in the school gym. He and his fellow students are there to pack food through the...

When it comes to jobs in the architecture and construction career cluster, many positions depend on work experiences more than education levels. Several Premier High Schools, located in areas where there is a high...