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These middle School brothers are lifelong TTU K-12 students, allowing them freedom to achieve excellence in academics and other pursuits.
Being part of a military family can present educational challenges. TTU K-12 became Connor's solution to the academic puzzle.
TTU K-12 becomes solution for school bullying.
Texas twins Daniel and Joshua Gonzales moved to Mexico at age 11 with their missionary parents, and the schools – both public and private – weren't an option for the boys. Now the young men are TTU K-12 graduates and students at Texas Tech University.
Eighth-grader tirelessly works to perfect his skills to pursue a career in the entertainment industry. Taking courses through TTU K-12 Middle School allows him more time to practice and perform.
First-generation college student receives TACS/TTU K-12 Scholarship.
Bruno Helmer, a TTU K-12 alumnus, is graduating from Texas Tech University.
Ryan Almusawi, a TTU K-12 senior, started a nonprofit in the sixth grade. He found it challenging to balance high school with running his charitable organization. TTU K-12 courses gave him the freedom to take extra courses to really stand out for college admissions.
Broadway-bound student, Presley Duyck, owes much to TTU K-12.
Christopher Chapman is earning his Doctorate of Pharmacy degree at Idaho State University, by way of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, the Texas cities of Houston and Midland — and TTU K-12.
Former TTU K-12 students from Brazil participate in the Rawls College of Business Red Raider Startup event.
Continue reading about the adventures of the Alexander family and how TTU K-12 keeps them on the move.
TTU K-12 allows a family of five to sail the world, meet the Reindeer People and walk the Great Wall.
TTU K-12 student, Madison McWilliams, is quickly rising through the world of pop music.
TTU K-12 student makes a big move to come study at Texas Tech University.
TTU K-12 to help students affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Jesse Plemons sits down with us to catch up on life since TTUISD.
Elementary student, Rianna Decker, places in the U.S. Taekwondo Championships while taking online classes.
TTUISD math teacher, Jerry Jerabek, is helping students overcome test anxiety, one tip at a time.
TTUISD senior attending the Oberlin Conservatory of music this fall.
Johnathan Wu was recognized by the National Young Arts Foundation in the spring of 2017, a rare and distinguished honor.
TTUISD student wins Youth America Grand Prix scholarship to study ballet in Germany.
Mohana Krishnan is a 15 year-old TTUISD student who has sought out a flexible, self-paced curriculum, in order to focus on a full-time acting career.
Guilherme Reischl, founder of Liberty Education, shares his vision for the changes that TTUISD can make for students in his country.
TTUISD teacher shares how her position in a brick-and-mortar school district has affected her outlook on online education.
TTUISD physical education teacher continues to teach part-time into retirement.
Emma Nicholas not only runs her own business, but is also a model and a full time student – and she hasn't even started high school.
Vice provost Dr. Melanie Hart explains the unique opportunities of being a part of the online learning community.
Teacher, educator, mentor and friend:
Ethel Russell leaves a legacy for this district.
Student wrestles with and overcomes learning disability.
TTUISD offers flexibility for the Linnartz family to spend more time experiencing Europe while they are living abroad.
Anil Shanker and his parents attribute much of his success to Texas Tech University Independent School District and all it has done to help him develop academically.
Caitlyn English, Texas Tech University Independent School District's coordinator of international partnerships is this year's Matador Award winner.
Heartlight Ministries is a residential counseling center for teenagers. Not long after starting the ministry in 1988, they implemented an educational component to the program.
Meet Pedro Chediak, 18-year old TTUISD graduate selected to work at the International Relations and Protocol Center during the Olympic games.
Meet Natalie Smith. Growing up in a family actively involved in the arts, 16-year-old Natalie Smith knew exactly what she wanted her future to be.
Meet Kylie Hutcherson, a Lubbock native who began attending TTUISD in the summer of 2015 and recently graduated from the program this past January.
Fiona Shea, a 16-year-old TTUISD student, had the opportunity of a lifetime when she was chosen to perform at the recording of National Public Radio's (NPR) syndicated radio program, “From the Top”.
Texas Tech University Independent School District (TTUISD) in collaboration with Texas Association of Community Schools (TACS) recently awarded Jameson Dowell a $1,000 scholarship to Texas Tech University.
Meet TTUISD Art instructor, Rachel Wall! Rachel is a new addition to the TTUISD program and brings experience and a passion for the arts to her students.
The Williams family has been a part of TTUISD since August of 2011, when they moved abroad due to work relocation, and has been able to enjoy traveling to and experiencing different countries while keeping up with their studies.
At just 12 years old, Jeremy Shuler will graduate high school and set out to accomplish his dream of attending the Massachusetts Institute of Technology or Harvard University to study mathematics.
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