Our partners embrace our shared future and the students who will build it. United to Learn fosters partner relationships between Dallas ISD elementary schools and private institutions to prepare our collective student body for life and leadership. Additionally, we engage businesses, community groups and individuals with a vested interest in the health of our community.

When I enter a United to Learn school, I can feel the difference. The teachers are happy, the volunteers are engaged, the halls are alive with inspiration. United to Learn embraces Dallas ISD and brings in resources and connections to fill the gaps to make our schools even better.

– Miguel Solis, Executive Director, Coalition for a New Dallas

Become a Community Partner

Our Footprint


Our Supported Schools

  • 50 Dallas ISD elementary schools
  • 26,110 students
  • 90% of students qualify for free and reduced lunch
  • Half our schools reside in our highest need, limited resource zip codes

Dallas ISD Elementary "U2L" Schools

Anne Frank

Arlington Park

Arthur Kramer

Cedar Crest

Cesar Chavez

Chapel Hill

Charles Rice Learning Center

Dan D. Rogers

David G. Burnet

Eddie Bernice Johnson

Elisha M. Pease

Everette L. DeGolyer

F.P. Caillet

Frederick Douglass

George H.W. Bush

George W. Truett

Harrell Budd

Harry C. Withers

Herbert Marcus

Highland Meadows

H.S. Thompson

J.P. Starks

Jack Lowe Sr.

Jerry R. Junkins

Jill Stone

J.N. Ervin

John J. Pershing

John Neely Bryan

Jose “Joe” May

Joseph J. Rhoads

Julian T. Saldivar

K.B. Polk

L.L. Hotchkiss

Lee A. McShan Jr.

Leonides G. Cigarroa

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Arts Academy

N.W. Harllee Early Childhood Center

Nancy J. Cochran

Nathan Adams

Obadiah Knight

Oran M. Roberts

Paul L. Dunbar

Preston Hollow

Rufus C. Burleson

Stephen C. Foster

Sudie L. Williams TAG

Tom C. Gooch

Walnut Hill

William B. Miller


Community Partners

Alcuin School

Akin Gump


Central Market

CH Investments

Christ’s Foundry United Methodist Mission

Civitas Capital

Dallas Alumnae Club of Pi Beta Phi


The Episcopal School of Dallas


Firehouse Agency

Good Shepherd Episcopal School

Greenhill School

The Grove Church

Highland Park United Methodist Church

Hillcrest High School

Holy Cross Lutheran Church

The Hockaday School

Jesuit College Preparatory School

The Lamplighter School

Macy’s Galleria

Parish Episcopal School


Services of Hope

Shelton School

St. Mark’s School of Texas

Temple Emanu-El

Texas Beta Chapter of Pi Beta Phi

Thomas Jefferson High School

Uplift Williams Preparatory


Ursuline Academy


Weaver Accounting

W.T. White High School

The Winston School

To learn more about how you can work with United to Learn and our partner schools, contact Megan Hughet, advancement@unitedtolearn.org.