At Texans Can Academies, we are firmly committed to the precept that every young person can learn.
Our combination of a rigorous yet nurturing environment, outstanding teachers, and a unique teaching method allows us to help young people most would regard as the least likely to succeed—and transform them into active learners who can read, write and think at a high level.
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average number of students to each classroom teacher.
students assisted by each advisor every year.
Cognitive development through reading across the curriculum
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Dropout rate: 10.8% compared to 12.3% statewide
Shawn’s mom was a single parent who raised five children alone.
The Marquez sisters (Anna, Axa and Naara) came to the United States with their mom and her boyfriend when they were very young. Ana is shy and funny.
A lot of people say having a strong man around is important to boys growing up. Prince Green knows it’s true.
As you talk to Theo you can see his mind at work. This young man has always focused on being successful and he has a plan.
The first thing Immanuel said to me when we started talking was that he had a good life growing up.
Jose Morales didn’t grow up in a “Leave It To Beaver” family, but he had it better than most in his neighborhood.
At age sixteen Kimberly lost her dad unexpectedly. It was absolutely devastating. She was emotionally paralyzed for an entire year.
Marquin came to Dallas Can Academy a year ago after getting kicked out of public school. That shattered his mother’s dreams.