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Brotherhood Sisterhood Summit

The 2024 Brotherhood Sisterhood Summit will be held on Feb. 24 at YES Prep Southside Secondary. Registration will close Feb. 2.

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Senior Signing Day 2024

Come celebrate our 25th Anniversary of Senior Signing Day on May 21st! 

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Refer A Family

Know a family or friend who may be interested in YES Prep? Send them our way!

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Experience YES school tours

Join us for a glimpse into our schools, meet school staff, experience firsthand school layouts, school culture and more!

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College Board's AP Honor Roll

YES Prep Southwest Secondary is proud to announce that we have been recognized by the College Board’s 2023 AP School Honor Roll.

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Southwest Weekly Family Notes

Please visit our YP Southwest page on Fridays for our most up-to-date happenings at our Southwest Campus.  

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Celebrating 25 Years of YES

Visit our 25th anniversary webpage to learn more about our history, hear from our most tenured staff & more!

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Southwest Oaks Elementary Coming Soon

YES Prep Southwest Oaks Elementary will open August 2024 serving grades pre-K through second in its first year.

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2023-2024 Academic Calendar

The 2023-2024 Academic Calendar is now available! View or download a copy by clicking below.

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Southwest Ranks Top 2% in the Nation

Southwest ranks in the top 2% best high schools in the nation per U.S. News & World Report. 

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A Charter Education

Charter schools are public schools. Intended as incubators for innovation, charter schools are free from some of the regulations and red tape of traditional public schools. Many charter school systems, like YES Prep, are open-enrollment and serve all students, while others have admission requirements. In Texas, charter schools receive state funding, but do not receive any funding for facilities and so must raise those dollars privately.

Who We Are

90%

First Generation College Students

97%

African American and Hispanic

85%

Economically Disadvantaged

90%

Graduation Rate

Our Community