UTHS online high school courses offer students scheduling flexibility and an opportunity for credit recovery or advancement. Courses are aligned to the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills, designed by curriculum experts, and facilitated by experienced, highly qualified Texas-certified teachers. Core courses are NCAA approved. Advanced Placement® (AP®) courses are audited and approved by The College Board.
From the date of enrollment, students have 150 days to complete the course. Students who want to advance may work through the course more quickly. For an additional fee, a 30-day extension can be requested if more time is needed. If an extension is required, download and complete the Course Extension Form and submit it by email to email@example.com or by fax to 512-471-7853. You can also request an extension online here.
Guidelines for Course Completion
All courses require proctored exams. Students can request the final once all assignments have been submitted and 70% of the assignments have been graded. High school students may be proctored at their own schools or at a testing center. Students who fail the exam can request a reexamination. Students are allowed one reexamination. Course policies are outlined the UTHS Parent and Student Handbook.
Final Exam & Grade/Transcript
The average of assignments counts for 75% of the course grade; the final exam counts for 25%. The student must score a 70% or better on the exam in order to pass the course. Student final grades can be viewed from the Student Portal or Counselor Portal. Official transcripts are provided by the student's high school.
Although UT High School is a public school, we don't receive any state funding for student attendance, so we must charge a fee for services.
- Semester Course: $245
- Course 30-Day Extension Fee: $55
- Final Exam Re-examination Fee: $35
- UT Testing Center Proctor Fee: $30
- Expedited Shipping for Exams: $30
- Rush Grading Fee for Exams: $50
- Exam Inquiry Fee: $50
- Exam Change Requests: $25
- These include requests to change proctor, testing site, exam subject or grade level, or exam type from online to print or vice versa.