Dallas-Fort Worth

The Metroplex is one of the fastest growing regions of the country.
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About Relay Dallas-Fort Worth

Dallas-Fort Worth is one of the fastest growing areas of the country. Once the heart of cowboy culture and later the epicenter of the oil boom, DFW now boasts a diversified economy and thriving arts scene. Relay Dallas-Fort Worth currently offers the following programs: Relay Teaching Residency and Master of Arts in Teaching.
 

CAMPUS OVERVIEW

PROJECTED 2020-21 ENROLLMENT: 85

SALARIES

AVERAGE TEACHER SALARY: $48,000  52,000
AVERAGE RESIDENT SALARY: $30,000

programs

Relay Teaching Residency
Master of Arts in Teaching

To review program-specific admissions requirements for this campus, click here.
To review requirements for certification programs at this campus, click here.

 

CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

Download the Texas Certification Highlights Guide for information about certification requirements and timelines.

Texas Certification Highlights Guide (for Residents)
Texas Certification Highlights Guide (for 1-year ACP)

 

Dean Delshon Henry

Dean Delshon Henry

Delshon Henry was born and raised in Milwaukee, WI. He received his B.S. in Community Education from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He later earned a Masters of Arts in Teaching from Alverno College where he also received both a teaching and administrator's license.

Delshon began his educational career in 2003 and has since served as lead Teacher, Coach, Advanced Placement Coordinator, Curriculum Writer, Academic Dean, Community Learning Center Coordinator, Founding Principal, and Founding School Leader. Delshon has founded two middle schools over the past decade, both of which have received recognition in both academics and culture.  

Delshon is currently the Dean for Relay GSE DFW, and is excited to be working with graduate students.

Dallas-Fort Worth Highlights

Get to know Dallas and Fort Worth.

METROPLEX POPULATION: 7.1 million

CITY FUN

Fort Worth – known as the “City of Cowboys and Culture” – is home to some of the largest rodeos in the world. Fort Worth also houses the famous Cultural District, filled with nature (Fort Worth Botanic Garden, Fort Worth Zoo) and art (Casa Mañana, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth).

In Dallas, explore your "wild" side at the Dallas World Aquarium, which offers exotic sea creatures and a living rainforest with a plethora of interesting animals. Enjoy a football game at AT&T Stadium, home of America’s Team: the Dallas Cowboys.

The DFW area is also known for its delicious barbeque and Tex-Mex food, so dig in!

GETTING AROUND

Most residents of Dallas and Fort Worth find that having a car is essential to get around. Public transportation is available in both cities, but it is not always convenient or practical.

The DART bus system operates in Dallas and 12 surrounding cities, serving over 200,000 passengers per day across a 700-square-mile area. The "T" bus service provides transportation for the Fort Worth area, serving over 25,000 people per day. The Trinity Railway Express is co-operated by DART and The T, and provides transportation between Dallas and Fort worth. Learn more about Dallas transportation and Fort-Worth transportation.

Contact Information

Relay Dallas-Fort Worth

Address

Relay Dallas-Fort Worth
1825 Market Center Blvd., Ste.500
Dallas, TX 75207



Email

support@relay.edu