UTHS programs can support a school or district in a variety of ways to personalize learning for students through blended learning, student support services, and educator professional development.
Online and Blended Learning
Districts can incorporate our online courses in two ways:
- Students take courses facilitated by a UTHS highly qualified and experienced content area teacher of record.
- Districts purchase course site-licenses and courses are facilitated by an In-District highly qualified content area teacher of record.
Strategies for incorporating UTHS Online Courses:
- Regular course curriculum for fully online course completion
- Supplement to regular course curriculum through blended learning
- Fast track to credit accrual for advanced students
- Support for homebound students or students with special circumstances
- Summer school curriculum
- Credit recovery during or after school
- Any other combination of services to meet your needs
To enroll students at your campus or district in the UTHS online courses or digital curriculum, contact our staff at UTHSpartner@austin.utexas.edu to coordinate services, then submit both the Institutional Course Request Form and the Institutional Bulk Course Enrollment Form. Please allow at least 2 days to process your request, then students can access their courses and get started.
Student Support Services
UT High School offers student services to partner school districts including credit by exams, LUCHATM transcript analysis for immigrant Spanish-speaking students, and advanced courses and programs for G/T and advanced students.
Educator Professional Development
UT High School's professional development services include online and face-to-face professional development for teachers, counselors, and administrators. The 6-hour update and 30-hour academy G/T professional development courses for teachers, counselors, and administrators help educators meet the Texas state requirements. Advanced Placement® Summer Institutes provide 4-day sessions to new and experienced AP teachers. The online Blended Learning Professional Development courses guide teachers and administrators through the process of planning and implementing blended learning in a traditional school setting. A Texas state-funded reimbursement is available for approved participants in the Blended Learning professional development courses.