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Earlier this morning, I posted the “before” picture of the site at corner of Floyd Curl Drive and Hamilton Wolfe Road where BASIS San Antonio is building a campus for Fall 2013. We have to wait until August to get an “after” … Continue reading
The US News & World Report high school rankings include these Texas charter schools: Westlake Academy (#6 Texas, #41 national) YES Prep North Central (Houston) (#7 Texas, #46 national) Uplift North Hills Preparatory (Irving) (#8 Texas, #51 national) IDEA Frontier (Brownsville) (#11 Texas, … Continue reading
These Texas charter schools ranked in the 2012 US News list of America’s best high schools: Westlake Academy (Westlake) (#5 Texas, #37 national) YES Prep North Central (Houston) (#8 Texas, #56 national) Peak Preparatory (Dallas) (#9 Texas, #66 national) IDEA … Continue reading
BASIS Tucson ranked #6 in the 2012 rankings of the best public high schools by USNews. Here is a slide with a photo and brief description of BASIS Tucson.
San Antonio school rankings for 2012 were released last week by Children at Risk, a nonprofit in Houston. The report covered both charter and district schools. “Charter schools bookend Children at Risk’s ratings, high and low,” says “Low marks for SA … Continue reading