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Letter From the Superintendent

Out with the old and in with the new! It's the start of a new year and a fresh, new semester. Jim Taliaferro, our superintendent, looks at some achievements from 2018 and exciting new developments for 2019.

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Feature Story
TTU K-12 Gives Elementary Student Freedom to Pursue Other Activities


When Tenlee Nyman was approaching school age, her parents discussed all of the options, including public school and private school. Find out why they chose TTU K-12. 

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News and Events

Texas Tech High School Registers National Honor Society Chapter

Texas Tech High School is proud to announce its affiliation with the nation's oldest and best-known student recognition program, National Honor Society, which focuses eligible students on scholarship, service, leadership and character.

German Instructor Attends International German Institute

Jeremy Hogan attended a workshop at the Goethe Institute, New York campus, in November. Hogan was part of a small, elite group of German teachers invited to travel there.

eLearning Marketing Team Wins National Awards

The marketing team for TTU K-12, part of Texas Tech's eLearning & Academic Partnerships brought home 13 awards from the 2018 national UPCEA Marketing & Enrollment Management Seminar.

TTU K-12 Testing Coordinator Presents at State Conference

Testing coordinator Pam Butler not only presented on a difficult topic at a statewide conference but also brought home an elite award.

TTU K-12 Offers TSI and College Prep Courses Through NROC

TTU K-12 has joined The NROC Project as a member organization. Through this project, TTU K-12 will offer college readiness courses in English and math that help students pass the state-required Texas Success Initiative exam.

Coming Soon: Online CBEs with 24/7 Proctoring

TTU K-12 is working toward online versions of all its credits by exam (CBEs) with a 24/7 proctoring option. Find out which CBEs will be rolled out first and when the project is expected to be completed.

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Staff and Student Spotlights

Dancer Has More Time in the Footlights With TTU K-12

Rachel Koerner
When invited to study with the Houston Ballet Academy, Rachel Koerner knew she would need a whole different way to attend school.

Instructor Spotlight

Cassie Gilbert

Cassie Gilbert

Cassie Gilbert always wanted to teach. After having children, she didn't want to give up time with them. TTU K-12 lets her to do both.

Staff Spotlight

Christie Eaker

Christie Eaker

Christie Eaker is a proud Red Raider and helps guide the Red Raiders of the future. Her commitment to students keeps the tradition alive.

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