Lumin Education exists to transform lives through education in ways that are lasting and measurable. Since 1978, we have tracked student data and outcomes. We believe that no single measure stands alone, and we take an integrated approach to gauge student success.

Lumin Education is collaborating with Southern Methodist University’s (SMU) Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development in a long-term partnership for the primary aims of 1) building capacity and data infrastructure, and 2) exploring possible effects of how Lumin students fare over time, as well as compared to others.  Learn more HERE.

Click HERE to see our Charter FIRST (Financial Integrity Rating) for the Year 2018-19.

96% of Lumin Education students graduate high school or earn a GED.

89% of former Lumin Education students attend college.

Our PAT program has met or exceeded all 17 Essential Requirements earning a Blue Ribbon designation.

Who We Serve

We operate early childhood learning centers serving children and their parents from pregnancy to age nine.

Our families and children are:

  • 71% are economically disadvantaged
  • 63% use English as a second language
  • 8% receive Special Needs or Special Education services

Those who attend Lumin Education are:

  • 72% Hispanic
  • 5% African-American
  • 12% Anglo
  • 11% Additional groups
Pregnancy to Age Three

Children in our program, at age 3, are significantly more advanced in language, social development, problem solving, and other cognitive abilities in comparison to other children. They also score higher in kindergarten readiness and on standardized measures of achievement in early grades.

A 40 Year History

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