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    Spring Session Information

    The 2022 Spring Session registration opens Monday, December 6, 2021, and runs through Monday, January 3, 2022.  Late registration runs Tuesday, January 4, 2022 and runs through Friday, January 14, 2022.  

    The Spring session dates are Tuesday, January 10th through Thursday, March 10th.  Courses must be fully completed (including the cumulative exam) by 6:00 PM on March 10th, 2022. 



    Summer Session Information

    Summer session dates will be released soon.


     LISD Students = $50 per semester course

     LISD Students (who qualify for free/reduced lunch) = $20 per semester course

     Out-of-District Students = $100 per semester course

     $25 late registration charge

    Registration/Payment Options:

     Register/Pay Online — Debit/Credit Card *

     To submit payment in person, please call to schedule an appointment at (806) 219-0335.  Please bring the exact amount. We are unable to provide change. 


    You may also use the online payment option or mail payments to:

    Lubbock ISD Central Office

    Advanced Academics Office, Room 233 East

    1628 19th Street

    Lubbock, TX. 79401

    (Please include student name, ID Number and registration information with payment) 



    Contact Chad Haskins at or call (806) 219-0335 with questions.

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  • The Lubbock ISD Online Learning Program offers a variety of online courses for in-district students as well as out-of-district students. The Online Learning Program can meet different student needs. 

    With the use of today's technology and the Edgenuity system, students are provided with opportunities to take online courses outside of normal classroom schedules. The Online Learning Program offers students a quality alternative to the traditional classroom. All online instructional programs meet TEKS standards and may be used in a variety of applications which can open up a student's class schedule to allow for advanced placement and elective courses. Providing virtual options to students enables them to enroll in a wide variety of classes and complete coursework on a schedule that works for them. Students are able to complete all coursework online, but the final exam must be proctored. A schedule of proctor availability will be regularly updated on the webpage.

    NOTE: Currently, Online Advancement courses through Edgenuity are NOT NCAA-approved. 

    Contact Chad Haskins at or call (806) 219-0335 with questions.