It’s never too early to start dreaming about the future.

Engage your students and meet accountability requirements.

You have the power to encourage your middle schoolers to dream big and understand how they can achieve those dreams. We’re here to help!

If you’re on the hunt for inspiring resources to engage your students on college and careers this year, we have the tools you’ve been looking for.

Texas OnCourse’s curriculum for college and career readiness:

  • Includes flexible lesson plans and interactive digital tools.
  • Makes learning fun for your students.
  • Helps your students discover the post–high school options available and how to make the most of them.
  • Puts the future in perspective: your students can identify promising opportunities that are in line with their interests and desired lifestyle.

Bonus? With Texas OnCourse, your schools will meet accountability and legislative mandates.

Adventure awaits. Get your students on course!

Dip your toe

Download our curriculum starter pack and access six lesson plans to help your students learn about career clusters, endorsements, graduation plans, and postsecondary options.

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Dive right in

Download the full curriculum with over thirty lessons, implementation plans for semester- and year-long courses, ready-to-print handouts, and performance assessments.

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Here's What You'll Find Inside the Full Curriculum


Over 30 Lesson Plans

TEKS-aligned lesson plans, covering endorsements, postsecondary options, career clusters, college and career readiness, finances, time management, networking, and job searches. Also included in the full curriculum guide: assessments, easy-to-print student worksheets, frequently asked questions, and implementation plans. 


Activities and worksheets to get students excited about careers by playing MiddleGalaxy, our space-themed career exploration game. The full curriculum guide also includes a game guide to support you in using MiddleGalaxy in the classroom.



Activities integrating MapMyGrad, our graduation planning website. Students will explore endorsements and careers and start drafting a high school graduation plan they can discuss and finalize with their counselor.