Our MissionOur mission is to provide all students the opportunity to develop the academic and career competencies needed to prepare them for post- secondary options, which includes work, military, higher education and preparation as productive citizens and lifelong learners.
Our MissionWelcome to the exciting world of Career & Technical Education (CTE). The Career & Technical Education Department, using integrated instruction and curricula; current technologies and state-of-the-art equipment; and business partnerships, create a learning environment that empowers all students to enter the constantly changing workforce. Career & Technical Education courses are a great way for students to prepare for the highly technological and competitive workplace of the 21st century. CTE programs are designed to prepare students for life-long success in high-wage, high-skill, and high-demand occupations and career fields.
The mission of University of Texas-University Charter School dyslexia program is to properly identify students with dyslexia, provide academic support that meets their individual needs and assist the student in developing skills to compensate for any difficulties they may have in order to become successful individuals.
Our MissionThe mission of the English as a Second Language Program at University of Texas-University Charter School is to assist the development of English Language Learners in the four language domains, to be successful academically, and offer cultural awareness through classroom experience. For more information please contact Kathleen Daniels.
Our MissionThe gifted and talented program provides instructional opportunities and other services designed to meet the unique needs of students with significantly advanced general intellectual ability and/or specific subject matter aptitude in language arts, science, social studies and/or mathematics. Identified GT students are served through group and individualized instruction in the classroom as well as through special programs. These special programs include extension of the regular classroom program, accelerated pacing, enrichment activities, dual credit coursework, and exams for acceleration.
Our MissionThis page provides a general overview of the provisions for educating children and youth who are in homeless situations, including the definition of "homeless" and links to resources dealing with other issues such as transportation, immunizations, and records. For more information contact Melissa Ruffin.
The mission of the University of Texas-University Charter School is to ensure that all students, regardless of disability, develop to their full potential and become productive members of their community and lifelong learners. It is the goal of this program to provide students with disabilities the appropriate accommodations and support to empower them to achieve excellence. For more information regarding the UT-UCS Section 504 Program email Wendy Rollins.
What is Special Education?
The term “special education” means specially designed instruction to meet the unique needs of a child with a disability. At no cost to parents, Special Education provides additional services, support, programs, specialized placements or environments to ensure that all students’ educational needs are met.
Support and services are provided in the least restrictive environment and the special Education curriculum addresses the Texas Essential Knowledge and skills (TEKS) mandated by the state for all students in Texas. An Admission, Review and Dismissal Committee (ARDC) or (ARD) individualizes the specific curriculum objectives, instructional accommodations, mastery level and location of services for each student based on the impact of the student's disability on his/her ability to progress in the state curriculum.