Middle School Program
The TTU K-12 middle school program is an engaging and rigorous program that prepares students by forming the foundation for high school.
Middle School Information
Most courses require students to purchase textbooks or other required materials at an additional cost.
Full-time middle school students must take the required courses for each grade level.
Academically strong seventh grade students may enroll in Pre-Algebra in preparation to take Algebra I in eighth grade to receive high school credit.
Students may begin foreign language studies in eighth grade for high school credit.
Full-time enrollment status is maintained through a student's academic progress (one lesson per week) in a minimum of four courses.
Students who are approved to earn high school credits in the TTU K-12 Full-Time Middle School Program will be required to successfully complete the appropriate STAAR EOC Exams. Please refer to STAAR EOC Exams in the State and National Assessments section of the Student Handbook for more information.
Students have two opportunities to take a Credit by Exam to test out of certain subjects.
If a student enrolls in or completes a high school course, such as Algebra I, they will be required to take the corresponding End-of-Course (EOC) exam for that course.