Premier High School of Arlington, a ResponsiveEd charter school, opened earlier this year and celebrated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Nov. 1 at 551 Ryan Plaza Drive. Texas Sen. Konni Burton, R-Colleyville, along with the Arlington Chamber of Commerce congratulated Campus Director Jennice Perez on the success of of her school that has already enrolled nearly 80 students.
“We’re proud to bring a credit-recovery, early graduation charter school to Arlington and we’re excited to see such interest from the community as our enrollment continues to grow,” stated Perez in a press release. “Traditional high-schools aren’t for everyone and we know that some parents and students will prefer our individualized approach and low-stress environment.”
It’s the newest campus to become part of the ResponsiveEd system of charter schools. The school brings the total number of Premier High Schools in Texas to 35. With the motto “Don’t Wait. Graduate.”the Premier High School model aims to help students recover high school credits and work toward early graduation. For more information or to enroll your student, visit www.DontWaitGraduate.com.
ResponsiveEd is a nonprofit corporation that operates more than 70 tuition-free public schools throughout Texas and Arkansas, including Premier High Schools, ResponsiveEd Classical Academies, Founders Classical Academies, Quest Academies, iSchool High and iSchool Virtual Academy.