About Triumph Public High School

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

Triumph Public High Schools is a Texas-based, tuition-free, public charter high school with 11 schools in the state Texas.
Over 25 years of providing quality, non-traditional education in Texas
TEA Accredited
Our schools are accredited by the Texas Education Agency and are monitored under the statewide testing and account- ability system.
Free Public High School
Our charter schools offer free quality nontraditional public education.
Small Class Sizes
Allows for teachers to structure lessons to the specific needs on their students.
Flexible Schedules
Students are free to choose from morning or afternoon schedules to explore their full potential.
Focused Curriculum
Provide a personalized learning environment that promotes the greatest student achievement.
Open Enrollment

Triumph Public High Schools offers open enrollment year-round. Students can apply and register for classes at any time during the year.


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.


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.

FAQ's About Charter Schools
Charter schools or free public schools that have the flexibility to adapt to the educational needs of individual students. Charter schools vary in mission and model, serving a wide range of students, many with needs beyond a one-size-fits-all traditional public school. Often, charter schools provide a personalized learning environment that promotes greatest student achievement. Although charter schools have some autonomy, they still must meet the rigorous academic standards dictated by the state for all public schools.
On charter campuses, school leaders are permitted more freedom in managing their school, allowing them to respond in the best interest of both parents and students. Teachers at charter schools are encouraged to structure of lessons to the specific needs of the students. Some charter schools even provide curriculum that specializes in a certain field such as the arts, mathematics or science. Others provide a more efficient, general education based on the official model set forth in the charter.
Charter schools offer free quality nontraditional public education options.

Charter schools receive state funds based on the average daily attendance of students (same as traditional public schools) however, they do not receive funds from local tax revenue and the majority, including Texas charters, could not receive state facilities funding. Texas education agency PDA data indicate that charter schools receive approximately $1200 less in total revenue per pupil than traditional public schools.”

  •  Improve student learning
  •  Increase the choice of learning opportunities within the public school system
  •  Create professional opportunities that will attractnew teachers to the public school system
  •  Establish a new form of accountability for public schools
  •  Encourage different and innovative learning methods