Accredited by the
Texas Education Agency (TEA), our elementary, middle, and high schools provide a well-rounded curriculum written to the
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). If you are homeschooling or are unable to attend a public or private school and need a full-time K-12 distance learning option, consider TTUISD. A helpful, knowledgeable staff will guide you every step of the way.|
A COMPREHENSIVE CURRICULUM
TTUISD has a comprehensive curriculum – coursework is offered in all required subject areas from kindergarten through high school. Credit by Examinations allow students to test out of subjects. Our elementary-level lesson plans require no experience to use, and all TTUISD courses are written by Texas-certified teachers.
The TTUISD program addresses the required enrichment courses: art, music, physical education, technology applications, and health. A TEKS checklist with websites is available to assist parents in planning activities as well as assessing mastery of these courses.
TTUISD high school students may choose between a
Minimum Graduation Plan
Recommended Graduation Plan College Preparatory Program). Students who successfully complete high school requirements will earn a Texas high school diploma.
Students must take a minimum of four courses concurrently in order to be considered full-time TTUISD students.
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TTUISD was initially established by the State Board of Education in Fall 1993 as a Texas public high school to offer high school diplomas at a distance. Texas Tech University Elementary School and Texas Tech University Middle School were added to TTUISD in Fall 1998.
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Meet Some of Our Students
Down The Slippery Slope...To Success!
TTUISD Senior Ross Falcone is able to spend much of his time honing his skiing skills because of the flexible schooling through TTUISD.
"Friday Night Lights" actor, others, earn diplomas at a distance through Texas Tech University High School.