UT High School online courses are still open and accessible to students at this time.
Our UTHS staff is working remotely to assist you.


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Celebrating 20 years!

The University of Texas at Austin High School (UTHS) was approved by the Texas Education Agency as a public school district and opened in 1999. We're celebrating 20 years of serving students through innovative, online education! 

UTHS online courses are open to full-time Diploma Program students as well as students from other schools who want to take a single course. 

UTHS also partners with more than 250 school districts to provide a variety of programs and services, including teacher professional development, blended learning digital curriculum, K-12 credit by exams, and specialized services for advanced, gifted/talented, and English learners.

Students may enroll in the full-time or part-time programs anytime and work from anywhere. All courses and exams are designed and taught by expert teachers and aligned to the Texas state standards (TEKS). Core courses are approved by NCAA and Advanced Placement courses are approved by the College Board. 

Programs & Services

  • Online courses and exams
  • Diploma program
  • School partnerships
  • Blended learning curriculum and resources
  • Support for special student populations
  • Educator professional development