The Texas Education Agency provides online courses to eligible students through the Texas Virtual School Network (TxVSN). The TxVSN is made up of two components—the Supplemental Course Catalog and the Full-Time Online Schools. Students, parents, teachers, and administrators can rest assured that courses offered under both TxVSN programs meet the state’s rigorous standards for teaching, learning, and college‐readiness.
The TxVSN statewide course catalog provides Texas schools and eligible students with equitable access to quality online high school, Advanced Placement©, and dual credit courses. TxVSN courses are taught by appropriately credentialed teachers who have been trained in best practices for online instructional delivery. The TxVSN catalog works in partnership with Texas public schools.
Click here to view online courses that supplement those offered in your school.
Eligible students in grades 3-12 have the option to enroll full-time in one of seven approved public online schools. These Texas Education Agency (TEA)-accredited schools provide a 100% virtual instructional program to public school students across the state who are not physically present on campus.
Click here to learn about the TxVSN Online Schools (OLS).