No doubt about it, an education at iUniversity Prep prepares students for bright post-high school futures—whether it’s college, careers, or both! Let’s take a look at a few of the places the members of the iUniversity Class of 2019 are heading to find out more:
Meet Giovanna: This energetic and ambitious young woman will begin studies at Southern Methodist University this fall, double majoring in cybersecurity and film and media arts. SMU is one of the most prestigious private schools in the region, consistently earning inclusion on multiple “Top 100” rankings of U.S. colleges and universities.
Congratulations to Sam: Sam became an Owl in the ninth grade and has been a wonderful student from day one. His next adventure will be the study of architectural engineering at the University of Texas at Arlington, a research powerhouse that is one of the fastest-growing universities in the nation. UTA is also noted as offering the only accredited architecture, urban planning, and landscape architecture programs in our region.
Three cheers for Dixie: This proud iUniversity Prep Owl plans to major in Bible studies at Abilene Christian University, a selective private school that has been named to the “Best In The West” list from Princeton Review and the “Top Colleges” list from Forbes Magazine.
Hooray for Hannah: Hannah, our class of 2019 valedictorian, has been a leader at iUniversity Prep since joining our school, which is one reason she’s been tapped to serve as a student spokesperson for iUniversity Prep in multiple media interviews. We weren’t at all surprised when Hannah announced that she had won a full scholarship to the University of Pittsburgh, one of the oldest and highest-ranked colleges in the U.S.
Way to go, Kendal: At iUniversity Prep, we like to talk a lot about “grit”—the ability to be realistic about your goals and what it takes to accomplish them, as well as the ability to summon up the focus and willpower to get things done. Kendal is a great example of iUniversity Prep grit, a skill set that will no doubt come in handy in her future studies at the University of Nebraska, a Big 10 Conference school of international note.
Hooray for Abigail: We are sad to say goodbye to Abbey, who is one of our Owl superstars, but we know that she is going to do great things in her next chapter at Oklahoma City University, a fantastic senior at Oklahoma City University, a top liberal arts and s
Dr. Kaye Rogers received her Ph.D. in Educational Administration with a minor in Statistics from the University of North Texas. She earned her Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Tarleton State University. A life-long Texan, she has taught math and science in public schools and also in Spain. She has worked in public education for over 18 years, where she is committed to innovation and choice for families. She has opened three choice schools and is currently the Director of Virtual Learning at Grapevine-Colleyville ISD, where she oversees their state-wide virtual school and blended schools program.
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