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This pre-admission/re-admission form is for applying to TTU K-12’s Full-Time Program. Submitting this form verifies your intent to transfer to TTU K-12.
If you are applying for multiple students, applications must be submitted individually on separate days due to credit card fraud prevention.


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Transcript File Uploader

This function allows you to upload an unofficial transcript. To finalize the admission process, we must have an official transcript on file.

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Individual file size limit is 20 MB.
Disabilities Documentation File Uploader

We require submission of a current, signed IEP, a 504 plan, or disability documentation describing any special considerations necessary for you to take a course and/or exam.

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Individual file size limit is 20 MB.





I am 18 or older. TTU K-12 is not authorized to release my progress/grades or discuss this information with anyone other than myself unless instructed to do so.—or only to those indicated below.


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Information regarding race/ethnicity is mandatory and will be used in a nondiscriminatory manner, consistent with applicable civil rights laws. Information supplied will be used for Federal and/or State law reporting purposes.




STATE ASSESSMENTS: Students entering grade 9 in 2011-2012 or after must meet all STAAR EOC graduation requirements for Algebra I, Biology, English I, English II, and U.S. History. I understand that I must arrange for STAAR EOC testing (contact TTU K-12). Students entering grade 9 before 2011-2012 may have an alternative state assessment requirement (contact TTU K-12).
STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES: TTU K-12’s curriculum is developed to meet the standards of the State of Texas and the Texas Education Agency. Written by Texas certified teachers for average and above average students, this material is very reading and writing intensive and the course content cannot be modified. Please note that distance education presents different challenges from traditional classroom based instruction. TTU K-12 staff can provide you with information about available accommodations before you are officially admitted to TTU K-12 or enroll in a course if you provide us with documentation about the nature of your disability and the kind of accommodation that your disability requires when you contact us. This documentation should accompany this admission form. reasonable accommodations are those that do not cause undue burden and do not fundamentally alter course requirements. We require the submission of a current (within the last three years) signed accommodation/modification statement from your Admission, review, and dismissal (ARD) committee report or a 504 Accommodation Form from the public school district in which you reside, describing any special considerations necessary for you to take a course and/or exam.
FULL-TIME STUDENT STATUS: In order for TTU K-12 to verify that you are enrolled as a full-time student for meeting compulsory attendance laws, for receiving Social Security benefits, for driver’s education and license renewal, you must be enrolled in four one-semester courses at all times in grades 6-12 or one semester of the elementary curriculum for grades k-5 which is four one semester courses. In addition to being enrolled in the necessary courses, you must successfully complete eight to ten lessons per month in grades 6-12 and be making satisfactory progress in grades k-5. NCAA: If you are applying for or receiving a collegiate athletic scholarship, it is your responsibility to contact the NCAA regarding the core curriculum requirements.
RELEASE OF GRADE INFORMATION: TTU K-12 policy and applicable law governing the release of student education records permits TTU K-12 to release grades for students under 18 years of age to the students" parents or legal guardians without requiring student permission. however, a student 18 years of age or older must grant permission for TTU K-12 to release grades to parents or legal guardians. In addition, TTU K-12 policy and applicable law permits TTU K-12, without prior consent and regardless of age, to release a student’s grades to a requesting school if the student is enrolled in or transferring to the requesting school.
TRANSCRIPTS: I also agree that, in order for TTU K-12 to send a transcript, I must complete at least four semester courses (not CBEs).
LESSON SUBMISSION: I acknowledge that, if I submit lessons assignments via e-mail, I agree to receive the resulting grade via e-mail.
GRADUATION: I understand that I must complete the last 2.5 credits full course, excluding CBEs, while enrolled in TTU K-12 in order to receive a Texas Tech University high School diploma. I certify that this information is complete and correct to the best of my knowledge. I agree to abide by Texas Tech University's policies, rules and regulations. I authorize TTU K-12 to verify the information I have provided. If applicable, I also authorize the University to electronically access my Texas Success Initiative (TSI) information.
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)/Directory Information: The Family Educational rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), a Federal Law, requires that Texas Tech University K-12 (TTU K-12), with certain exceptions, obtain your written consent prior to the disclosure of personally identifiable information from your child’s education record. however, TTU K-12 may disclose appropriately designated “directory information” without written consent, unless you have advised the district in writing. The primary purpose of directory information is to allow TTU K-12 to include this type of information from your child’s education records in certain school publications. Examples include: honor roll or other recognition lists; Graduation programs; Texas Tech University Publications; News media and district and University web pages. directory information, which is information that is generally not considered harmful or an invasion of privacy if released, can also be disclosed to outside organizations without a parent’s prior written consent. Outside organizations include, but are not limited to, companies that manufacture class rings. If you do not wish TTU K-12 is disclose directory information from your child’s educational records without your prior written consent, you must notify the district by checking the appropriate box(es) during the enrollment process. Because of our asynchronous enrollment procedures, this information will be updated annually on April 15th of each year. TTU K-12 has designated the following information as directory information: student’s name, address, photograph, place of birth, publicity from participating in officially recognized activities, major field of study, dates of attendance, grade level, honors, awards received, and the most recent educational agency or institution attended. This action may be reversed at any time by the parent contacting the TTU K-12 registrar in writing at In compliance with FERPA, the student’s Social Security number or Student Id is required before releasing any personally identifiable or educational information to the student, counselors or parents.


Please mail, email or fax a copy of your transcripts and any student disabilities documentation information as soon as possible.

Mailing Address:
Attention: TTU K-12
Texas Tech University
Box 42191
Lubbock, TX 79409

Physical Address:
Attention: TTU K-12
Drane Hall
Texas Tech University
2515 15th St.
Lubbock, TX 79415

TTU K-12 Email:

Full-Time Diploma Program Students - (806) 742-7288
Supplemental/Part-Time Students - (806) 742-7222

Questions? Contact TTU K-12.

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