Monthly Archives: December 2016

We are excited to announce to you the creation of The ResponsiveEd Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit supporting ResponsiveEd Schools. The ResponsiveEd Foundation was created to expand the reach of ResponsiveEd Schools. Through the...

Beyond the academics, ResponsiveEd’s schools value teaching students about character, civic responsibility and community involvement. Supporting these values, several ResponsiveEd schools hosted a Veterans Day event this November. Thankfulness At Corinth Classical Academy Veterans Day is...

This year the varsity girls, varsity boys and junior varsity girls cross country teams at Founders Classical Academy of Lewisville finished their season winning first place at the State Championship Texas Charter School Cross...

In ResponsiveEd schools, cultural literacy is supported through a strong history curriculum. Using the Core Knowledge program in grades K-8 ensures that students have the background history knowledge they need to perform well academically...

Premier High School of Amarillo students helped raise money this fall to benefit special needs children by volunteering at the Ambucs annual Pancake feast. With their help, Ambucs served more than 2,000 people and...

For Deborah Bryan, Premier High School of Little Rock’s special education teacher, her job is all about providing students with the structure and emotional support they need to be successful. Her student focused mindset...

College can be expensive, and student loans can create a lifetime of debt. Finding ways to decrease costs can help make college a reality for your child. Beyond doing well in school, studying to...

"At the University of Arkansas, every other student I meet is from the Dallas area. Their phone numbers have the same area code as mine. We gripe about the construction on I-35 and how...

Perla Gonzalez is ready to receive her high school diploma this December, but just nine months ago she had dropped out of school and given up on graduating. With a newborn baby to take...

Sixth graders at Founders Classical Academy of Leander eagerly anticipate the spring semester. That is when they get sorted into the house they will stay in until they graduate. Once they are sorted, their...