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October 23, 2014
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Benjamin Franklin Middle School Hillcrest High School
Highland Park I.S.D. Southern Methodist University Hockaday
Jesuit Dallas Ursuline Academy of Dallas St. Mark's School of Texas
Episcopal School of Dallas Christ the King School St. Rita Catholic School
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Hillcrest High School
Grades: 9-12
Type: Public
Enrollment: 1705
9924 Hillcrest Road
Dallas, TX 75230
Dallas County
Phone: (972) 502-6800
Fax: (972) 502-6801
District: Dallas Independent School District

Preston Hollow Elementary School
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Benjamin Franklin Middle School
Grades: 7-8
Type: public
Enrollment: 998
6920 Meadow Rd
Dallas, TX 75230
Dallas County
Phone: (972) 502-7100
Fax: (972) 502-7101
District: Dallas Independent School District

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The Hockaday experience is like few others. As an all girls’ school, our students are set apart by two visible advantages: the opportunity to participate and the opportunity to lead. Our top scholars, team captains, yearbook editors, the leads in school plays and musicals - they are all girls. Girls are the ones raising their hands, using the microphone, and being heard.

It is a Hockaday tradition to develop the full potential of each girl. Almost 100 years ago, Ms. Ela Hockaday established the School’s four cornerstones of Scholarship, Character, Courtesy, and Athletics. These cornerstones are our commitment to building the personal integrity of each student while carefully guiding her intellectual and social development.

From Lower School through Upper School, Hockaday strives to provide students opportunities to assume positions of responsibility and leadership in an ever-changing world, a world that has become more global in its orientation and more complex than ever before in history. No two girls will forge forward on the same path as they leave Hockaday, but it is our great satisfaction to know that with the values, self-esteem, friendships, and academic advantages they take with them, each girl will be fully prepared for the next important step of her unique journey.

Jeanne P. Whitman
Eugene McDermott Headmistress

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Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas offers young men an education in the Jesuit tradition, under the direction of members of the New Orleans Province of the Society of Jesus, in collaboration with lay women and men dedicated to the ideals of St. Ignatius of Loyola.

The school thus stands committed to the physical, emotional, social, intellectual, and religious growth of each student, in an atmosphere of social awareness and service to others, and of religious faith and commitment to God in the Judaeo - Christian tradition.

In offering a college preparatory education, Jesuit emphasizes academic excellence and intellectual challenge. The free interaction of students and faculty in this environment introduces each student to the various fields of human knowledge, invites him to a mastery of particular skills, teaches him how to learn for himself, encourages him to think critically, and prompts him to express himself clearly and persuasively to others. Such an education frees the student to develop fully the human potential God has given him. At the same time, this development demands that he learn to make informed, responsible decisions and to accept the consequences of his decisions. Jesuit seeks not merely to inform the student but also to form him.

St. Mark's School of Texas
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As a college preparatory institution, St. Mark's School of Texas prepares boys and young men for each successive step of their academic careers. However, our ambitions are not limited to the scholastic alone. It is our mission to educate the 'whole boy,' providing each of our students with the tools necessary to be successful in and out of the classroom. Additionally, as a boys' school we are able to address clearly and directly the particular characteristics and learning needs that boys exhibit.

Our highly qualified and outstanding faculty has carefully crafted a rich and varied curriculum aimed at helping students acquire knowledge and develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Teachers make sure that students go well beyond simply learning the facts. Marksmen read, write, and think critically across the arts and sciences and at all grade levels. To complement this academic experience, St. Mark's offers boys an array of opportunities for involvement and leadership in the School community and on its playing fields. Whether in or out of the classroom, activities at St. Mark's aim at motivating students to realize their potential, rewarding both striving and achieving.

The School's major objective is to prepare young men for lives of responsibility and leadership in a competitive and ever-changing world. To this end, we profess and uphold certain values including integrity, honor, courage, acceptance of responsibility for one's actions, the ability to defer gratification in pursuit of one's goals, service to the broader community, and commitment to working with others to make a difference on campus and in the world.

Choosing the right school involves a number of decisions. We hope that as you work your way through this important process, you will visit St. Mark's to learn why we are so excited about this School and the opportunities it holds for boys.

Arnold E. Holtberg
Eugene McDermott Headmaster

Ursuline Academy of Dallas
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Ursuline Academy of Dallas is an independent Catholic college preparatory school for young women in grades 9-12. Educating students for more than 130 years, the Academy is the oldest continuously operating school in Dallas. With a distinguished tradition of academic excellence, innovation and service, Ursuline educates young women for leadership in a global society.