Freedom of Choice in Texas Public High Schools
Did you know there are high schools in your state that allow students to learn, grow, and succeed in a supportive environment that accommodates their academic needs and unique learning style? K12-powered online public high schools in Texas offer students the benefits of traditional schooling in a safe online setting to help them prepare for success in our rapidly changing world.
How do the K12-powered online high schools in Texas compare to a traditional school?
Texas's K12-powered virtual high schools share many similarities with a traditional high school. Like the brick-and-mortar model, online high schools powered by K12 follow a traditional academic calendar and provide a high-quality public school education—and they're tuition-free.*
The big difference is students enrolled in a K12-powered online high school attend classes wherever there's an internet connection, meaning your student can learn in a distraction-free environment that can help them reach their potential.
How does a K12-powered online public high school in Texas work?
Texas's K12-powered virtual high school students attend live classes via the Online School platform. Texas-certified instructors use this platform to host lectures and discussions, show videos, and answer questions. The K12-powered online high schools in Texas offer additional support via counseling and online tools so students can chart their path for the future. The Learning Coach, usually a parent or other responsible adult, also typically spends about 1 to 2 hours each day providing oversight for their student. And K12's engaging online curriculum provides interactive learning experiences that can help prepare students for college or give them a taste of a possible future career.
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Explore Your K12-Powered Virtual High School Options
The virtual high schools in Texas powered by K12 include:
Texas Virtual Academy at Hallsville, an online program of Hallsville Independent School District, serves independent learners with a passion for knowledge. Our educators are dedicated to inspiring and empowering students in grades 3–12 to reach their full potential. A rigorous, engaging curriculum allows students to "dive deep," and includes traditional core subjects, art, music, world languages, and electives. High school students can discover possible career paths by taking CTE courses. Texas-certified teachers conduct live online classes and tailor instruction to student needs. Guidance counselors and college and career workshops help students set goals for the future. Activities and clubs bring students together in an active, supportive school community.
1955 Lakeway Drive, Suite 250B | Lewisville, TX 75057
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Texas Online Preparatory School (TOPS), a program of Huntsville Independent School District, provides students in grades 3–12 with an engaging education customized to individual student needs. TOPS students have numerous opportunities to engage in a holistic education. These opportunities include AP® courses, dual enrollment options in college courses, and graduating with endorsement plans such as STEM and arts and humanities. Students can also participate in National Junior Honor Society and National Honor Society as well as a wide-range of student clubs, outings, and field trips. To attend, students in grades 3–8 must have been promoted to their current grade level, satisfied all attendance requirements, and have satisfactory scores on STAAR assessments. High school students should be on track to graduate and have satisfactory scores on EOC assessments. All incoming students (excluding military dependents) must show proof of prior enrollment in a Texas public school.
1955 Lakeway Drive, | Lewisville, TX 75057
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Give Your Student a Positive High School Experience
Attending the right high school can open a world of possibilities for your student's future. Learn more about Texas's K12-powered virtual high schools today!
*Families do not pay tuition for a student to attend an online public school. Common household items and office supplies like printer ink and paper are not provided. Our enrollment consultants can help you address your technological and computer needs.