Living in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas

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Living In DFW

The Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) metroplex is home to more than 6 million people, and our residents never get tired of what the area has to offer. Over the next several years Uplift will build out existing schools, develop feeder schools, explore new public ISD partnerships and start several new schools in the city of Fort Worth in order to meet the high demand for public charter education in Texas. As we continue to grow and expand, there will be openings all across North Texas whether you prefer the heart of Dallas, the mid-city suburbs or out west in Fort Worth. So if you love having options and meeting interesting people, Dallas-Fort Worth is the place for you!

A Strong Economy

Dallas boasts a strong, healthy economy, which means you can live comfortably and confidently in Dallas. In fact, Dallas is one of the best places to find a job in the country because Texas leads the nation in job growth. The strong economy is mainly thanks to tourism, as Dallas-Fort Worth Area is the #1 tourist destination in Texas.

A Foodie’s Paradise

If you love homemade barbeque, chili and Tex-Mex, you’ll love the modern Dallas foodie scene. Residents can’t get enough of our mouth-watering, famous restaurants–including hot spots like Flora Street Cafe, Gen Korean BBQ House and Pappas Bros. Steakhouse. With our diverse population, you’ll be exposed to a variety of cuisines and flavors.

An Ideal Place for Nature-Lovers

If you love being surrounded by lush parks and gardens, you will be happy to hear that the city of Dallas maintains and operates more than 406 parks. Some of the most popular parks include Klyde Warren Park and Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Gardens–both of which you will never get tired of visiting. Residents also have plenty of opportunities to experience kayaking, hiking, running and even horseback riding along the Trinity River’s attractive banks and trails.

A Perfect Setting for Sports Fans

Whether you’re a fan of thrilling rodeos or intense football games, the Dallas-Fort Worth area has plenty of sports action. In fact, the world’s first indoor rodeo was held at The Stockyards Championship Rodeo in Fort Worth, and you can still find rodeo action here today. If you frequent football, basketball or hockey games, you’ll love our popular and gorgeous arenas. The area is home to the Dallas Cowboys, Texas Rangers, Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Stars and a variety of semi-pro and college sports.