Elementary School Program
The early years of a child's educational journey are very important. TTU K-12 offers an elementary curriculum that helps young learners have fun through discovery and development. Students will experience a diverse collection of academic resources and tools including literature classics and hands-on science activities.
Elementary School Information
The elementary curriculum focuses on four disciplines:
- Language Arts/Reading
- Social Studies
Each course consists of two semesters. Each semester course offers 75 days of instruction. Courses may be purchased as a grade-level set or as a combination of grade-level courses to accommodate the needs of multi-level students.
Full-time enrollment status is maintained by a student's academic progress (one lesson per week) in a minimum of four courses.
Most courses require students to purchase textbooks or other required materials at an additional cost.
- Students taking Credit By Exams (CBEs) for acceleration will need to take each of the four elementary exams – language arts, math, science and social studies, for the respective grade level.
- Individual CBEs may be taken to recover credit for a specific purpose.
- Students should always check with the elementary principal before purchasing a CBE.
- Students who are approved to earn high school credits in the TTU K-12 Full-Time Elementary School Program will be required to successfully complete the appropriate STAAR EOC Exams. Please refer to STAAR Information and the State and National Assessments section of the Student Handbook for more information.