“Exceptional,” “bright” and “driven” describe the Young Women’s Preparatory Network valedictorians and salutatorians this year. YWPN supports seven all-girls public schools in Texas with private enhancements, and six of those schools just held their graduations. Grand Prairie’s Young Women’s Leadership Academy will graduate its first class in 2017.
(Dallas, Texas, May 5, 2016) – Young Women’s Preparatory Network has announced the seven recipients of its inaugural scholarship awards, totaling $112,000.
(Dallas, Texas, April 20, 2016) – Young Women’s Preparatory Network, a nonprofit agency that operates the largest network of all-girls, public, college preparatory schools in the nation, announces high marks for its member schools from top high school lists compiled by The Washington Post and U.S. News & World Report.
Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy
The choices that are available in the Houston Independent School District are so varied. You can send your kid to the neighborhood school, a vanguard school, a challenge school, a school that specializes in medicine, an IB school, a magnet school, and the list goes on. How do you decide? You do a ton of research, make lists, ask around, visit the schools, go to the HISD school fair and try to seek out every piece of information possible. It can be overwhelming, and we are going to break it down for you by sharing some pretty amazing options that HISD has to offer, starting with Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy.