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Fort Worth’s latest charter school is first of its kind under new state law

New Heights High School is a new charter school opening in Fort Worth, for adults aged 18 to 50 who previously dropped out of high school. Opening September 3, the school offers diplomas and dual credit classes at Tarrant County College, aiming to provide economic mobility and financial independence. Supported by local organizations and philanthropists, New Heights offers extensive support services, including career guidance, mental health counseling, and childcare. The curriculum is project- and collaboration-based, designed to accommodate the complex lives of its students. New Heights, the first adult charter school in Texas under a 2023 law, operates with flexibility and community backing, including Fort Worth ISD and the United Way of Tarrant County.

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