About TTU K-12
Affiliated with Texas Tech University, a Carnegie tier-one research institution, TTU K-12 boasts a rigorous curriculum that allows students to work ahead, make up failed credits and achieve their goals from wherever they are.
TTU K-12 began in 1993 as a "Special Purpose District" designed to help students whose educational needs were not adequately met by traditional school districts. Since then, we have grown to serve students across the country and more than 70 nations around the world.
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Over the years, our program has helped students:
- Graduate on time or early
- Make up failed credits
- Take courses not offered in their school
- Earn credits during the summer without attending traditional summer school
- Supplement their school or homeschool curriculum
- Work at a pace that is right for them
We also serve a wide range of students:
- Professional students
- Military families
- Families who travel frequently
- Non-traditional students
- Families living overseas
- Adults finishing high school
- Hospital/homebound students
- Students struggling academically or socially
- Students not served by traditional schools
Whether students purchase an individual course or enroll full-time, they will find themselves included in a community dedicated to excellence and honor. With a team of Texas-certified teachers, affordable pricing, and flexible enrollment, students can start our program when the time is right for them.
When a student enrolls with TTU K-12, they will experience a program that is consistent with of the excellence and tradition of Texas Tech University. To learn more about TTU K-12 and take your next step, we invite you to request more information from us or discover more by reading some of our student stories.
TTU K-12 is a special-purpose public school established and approved by the Texas Education Agency (TEA) and Texas State Board of Education.
TEA approval ensures that all TTU K-12 high school core curriculum courses meet the standards set by the State of Texas and that students will be prepared for the STAAR and EOC exams.
TTU K-12 high school courses are approved by the National Collegiate Athletic Association.
Coursework completed through the 2012-2013 academic year may be used in the NCAA initial-eligibility certification process. Coursework with an enrollment date in the 2013-2014 academic year through 8/31/15 does not meet NCAA nontraditional core-course legislation and cannot be used in the NCAA initial-eligibility certification process. Coursework with an enrollment date of 9/1/15 and beyond meets NCAA nontraditional core-course legislation and may be used in the NCAA initial-eligibility certification process.National Collegiate Athletic Association Website
To review our status with the NCAA, please visit the NCAA status page and use our school code.
Title IX is a federal law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in any educational program or activity. Texas Tech University does not tolerate discrimination or harassment based on or related to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, disability, or protected veteran status.
For more information and resources regarding Title IX,
visit the Texas Tech University Title IX Website.