Personalized Online Learning for Texas High School Students
High school students looking for a more flexible alternative to traditional school will find freedom in online learning at a K12-powered online high school in Texas. Through a powerful curriculum, flexible schedule, and interactive online platform, K12 customizes Texas online high school to students’ individual needs. A K12-powered, tuition-free* online high school in Texas could be a great choice for your student.
Is a K12-powered online high school in Texas a good fit for my student?
Each student plays a role in building their own academic roadmap to graduation, taking into account their strengths, interests, and needs. This personalized approach helps students achieve their goals in high school and beyond.
Online high schools in Texas follow the same traditional school year calendar but with more opportunities for flexibility. Students receive support through individual Class Connect sessions with their teachers or counselors, as well as access to other resources. K12’s tailored approach allows students to work through the strong curriculum at their own pace, spending more time on difficult subjects and moving through topics they grasp more quickly. Classes take place online in a live, virtual classroom; meaning classes can be attended from anywhere there’s an internet connection.
Students enrolled in online high schools in Texas have several unique and exciting courses to choose from that can all help them work toward their high school diploma. K12-powered online high schools offer AP® and honors classes, elective classes, and Stride Career Prep** courses that can help students explore their professional interests and give them a head start following graduation.
Classes at K12-powered online high schools in Texas are taught by state-certified teachers with specialized experience in online learning. High school lessons allow students to work at the pace best suited to their needs and learning styles while still staying on track for graduation. LEARN MORE
K12-powered online high schools in Texas foster connections between students through a variety of social activities such as clubs, enrichment programs, field trips, and more.** Texas online high school students have plenty of opportunities to connect with peers and develop lasting friendships.
In addition to students being able to build their own schedules and work at their own pace, they have more choices about their classes and how to spend their time, increasing their internal motivation to pursue their academics. This can be particularly pertinent in high school when students are thinking about and deciding on their paths for their futures, college, and beyond. Online learning can also help protect and bolster a student’s mental health, especially as it can aid in decreasing instances of bullying. The safer students in their academic environment, the more effective their learning will be.1
Can I get my high school diploma online in Texas?
Yes. As a Cognia-accredited corporation, K12’s parent company, Stride, Inc., meets the highest standards of educational management. Additionally, individual K12-powered schools seek accreditation through a variety of state and federal accreditation bodies. This means that students can earn their high school diplomas through K12-powered online high schools. Prospective employers or institutions of higher education will recognize these degrees. That’s the K12 graduation guarantee.
The Ultimate Enrollment Checklist
Beyond the paperwork required for enrollment, there are several exciting ways to connect and get set for your student’s success.
Achieve a quality, personalized, private education through our engaging, interactive K12 curriculum and a dedicated, supportive team of teachers and advisors. Tuition-free private school for Arizona students through the Empowerment Scholarship.
Accelerate your learning with dual enrollment, early college, AP®, and NCAA-approved courses.
Jump-start your future with career and college prep, including career-focused electives beginning in 6th grade.
Learn at your pace with year-round start dates enrolling full-time, part-time, and individual courses.
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Accelerate your learning with 170+ self-paced courses with multiple levels, including honors and AP®.
Earn college credits while still in high school with dual enrollment.
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Graduate trilingual with our Early World Language Program.
Get access to seminar-based instruction with a collaborative, discussion-focused approach
Graduate with your associate's degree with our dual enrollment program.
You can purchase K12 courses to supplement your homeschool curriculum or help your student catch up, get ahead, or explore an interest. These flexible courses are available with part-time and full-time options and with convenient year-round start dates.
With K12-powered online schools in Texas, students receive an education tailored to their needs and interests, empowering them to set and achieve their goals now and in the future. If you have questions before getting started, don’t hesitate to reach out.
*Families do not pay tuition for their 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 technology and computer questions and needs.
**Course offerings, extracurricular activities, and clubs vary by school. Please check with your school.
1Abramson, A. (2021, September 1). Capturing the benefits of remote learning. American Psychological Association. Retrieved August 3, 2022, from https://www.apa.org/monitor/2021/09/cover-remote-learning#