High School Curriculum
Courses Specifically Designed for High School Students
The K12 online high school environment blends elegant design and compelling interactivity with key features designed to make the high school experience successful, given the far more complex high school world of content, skills, and time management.
A Catalog of Courses for Diverse Learners
Texas Virtual Academy at Hallsville (TVAH) offers core courses—math, English, science, and history—as well as a variety of electives.*
Earn College Credit While in High School
Does your high school student want a head start on a college education? At Texas Virtual Academy at Hallsville, eligible students in grade 11 and 12 are highly encouraged to enroll tuition-free in up to two courses per semester through a unique relationship with The University of Texas of the Permian Basin (UTPB) and earn college credit toward both their school diploma and a post-secondary degree. Courses must align with the student's graduation plan and a "C" or better must be earned in order to receive credit.
Eligibility is based on the admissions policies of the University; however, there is an approval process through TVAH to ensure the course is cleared for high school credit and to determine how it will be applied to the student's transcript.
*The K12 high school catalog is a complete list of the high school courses K12 provides. While TVAH offers a comprehensive selection of courses, not every K12 high school course is available to TVAH students. We provide a limited selection of electives but will expand our offerings in the future. Information on specific courses of study and available electives are provided upon enrollment. For details, please speak to an enrollment consultant during the enrollment process.
High school is a time to prepare for your future; your new beginning. At TVAH, we celebrate when students reach their goals—and earning a diploma is a big deal! Even though we’re an online school, we make sure to recognize this special milestone. Watch our video to see how we celebrated K12-powered 2020 graduates.