Triumph High Schools

The Texas Education Agency’s (TEA) updated guidelines were just posted.  Our Charter Holder Board will have the authority to make mask determinations for our schools.  As per Legal Counsel, the Board’s authority and jurisdiction over this matter is confirmed by TEA.

Therefore, Triumph Public High Schools will continue to require masks and will continue to require that all established safety protocol be adhered to.  Moreover, a week-by-week reassessment of any COVID-19 resurgence will take place, as this will allow TPHS to follow a sensible approach to this issue that places student and staff safety and health first.  

Furthermore, the TX Department of State Health Services (DSHS) has now indicated that school personnel are now eligible to get vaccinated.  Please encourage staff to get vaccinated ASAP.  Follow the link below, to the DSHS website for more information. 

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Our Vision

The vision of Triumph Public High Schools is to guide all students to be successful life-long learners, be respectful and responsible citizens who will continue to triumph throughout their lives.

Our Mission

The mission of Triumph Public High Schools is to provide quality educational programs in a community-based, non-traditional setting in which teachers are free to be creative and innovative, and students are free to explore their full potential.

  • David Ojeda – Chairperson
  • San Juanita “Janie” Villa – Vice Chair
  • Rudy Telles – Member
  • Billie Russell – Member
  • Rosalinda Alba – Member
  • Lupe Silva – Member
  • Annette Ramirez – Member
  • Alfonso Solis – Member
  • Francisco De Hoyos – Member

Each year we are required by law to give parents an opportunity to indicate if they want Student Directory information about their child released to the public. We may, from time to time, receive requests from the general public for information on your child.

The Texas Transition and Employment Guide provides youth, young adults, parents and professionals with secondary transition resources to facilitate a young person’s progress towards post-secondary goals to education, employment, and community living.This guide will continually be updated.

  • NCLB High Qualified Teacher Data
  • Texas Education Agency postings
  • Upcoming Notices and Agendas
  • Annual Notification of Nondiscrimination in Career and Technical Education Programs
  • Career and Technical Education Methods of Administration (MOA).

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You Will Triumph Spring 2021

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TEA Accredited
Our schools are accredited by the Texas Education Agency and are monitored under the statewide testing and accountability system.

Free Public High School
Our charter schools offer free quality nontraditional public education.

Small Class Size
Allows for teachers to structure lessons to the specific needs on their students.

Felxible Schedule
Students are free to choose from morning or afternoon schedules to explore their full potential.

Focused Curriculum
Provide a personalized learning environment that promotes greatest student achievement.

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Triumph Public High Schools

Triumph Public High Schools

Triumph Public High Schools is a Texas-based, tuition-free, public charter high school with 9 schools in the state of Texas.

Triumph Public High Schools is for students that are looking for a different learning environment, to get inspired and take hold of their future.

Over 25 years of providing quality, non-traditional education in Texas.

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