TEL Library’s Affordable Early College High School Program

The TEL Library online curriculum is available to high schools as a highly affordable, turnkey solution for implementing early college high school programs. TEL Library offers verified college-level courses that, where applicable, are also mapped to state education standards and AP curriculum frameworks. To facilitate implementation, TEL Library courses support a wide range of instructional models — self-paced, blended, and personalized learning — and we provide implementation guides to facilitate program deployment.

TEL Library courses are built using our unique, Stackable Lessons™ model, and are designed to deliver an engaged learning experience that promotes learner agency and knowledge acquisition. Each course lesson includes original media, readings, formative assignments and assessments, summative assessments, and dynamic study tools. Program courses also feature proctored summative assessments and other grading as required by course content.


TEL LIbrary’s online curriculum is a high-quality, turnkey solution offered at an extremely affordable price — $65 per course enrollment. This includes all technology, learning materials, exam proctoring, and other course administration.

Engaged Learning

TEL Library content is designed to engage students and help them take ownership of their learning. Our lesson design and assignments reinforce knowledge application and acquisition. Learn more about TEL LIbrary lesson design.


Our products feature an innovative technology called Stackable Lessons™, which means greater flexibility for schools and teachers, and engaged learning for students.

College Success

The TEL Library curriculum is designed to help students develop academic strength, as well as the literacies and competencies needed to flourish in their personal and professional lives. Learn about TEL Library’s support for literacies and competencies.

Early College High School Program Features

  • Affordable pricing — $65 per course enrollment — that includes all technology and course materials
  • Technology platform that supports flexible instructional models and personalized learning
  • Progress-management for self-paced learners
  • Exam proctoring, and other course administration
  • Implementation guides for different instruction models
  • Online support tools for faculty and students
  • Verified college-level courses mapped to state standards and AP curriculum frameworks

Course Features

  • Original video presentations
  • Reading sections that provide core information and specific illustrations or applications
  • Formative assessments and assignments that reinforce knowledge application and acquisition
  • Summative assessments, with proctoring, mapped to learning objectives
  • Dynamic study tools, including, glossary, notes, and journal
  • A resource toolbox for each lesson to promote ongoing learning and exploration
  • Printable versions for each lesson to support study preferences, offline access, and accessibility needs

Course Catalog (for courses beginning Fall 2018)

U. S. History I

United States History
Through 1877

U.S. History II

United States History
1878 to Present

Language and Composition

Including a grammar handbook


Principles of Microeconomics


Principles of Macroeconomics

Introduction to Christianity

An overview of the foundations, beliefs, and history of Christianity.

Computer Systems and Technology

Theory and application of information technologies.

Student Success

Covering critical thinking. writing, and communication

Western Civilization

Coming Soon


Coming Soon

Mathematical Modeling and Statistics 1

Coming Soon

A Unique Approach to Designing Instructional Materials

TEL Library creates and hosts a large collection of lessons focused on concepts taught in a general education curriculum. TEL Library takes a unique approach to the design and delivery of learning materials. Our content and product design philosophies are shaped, primarily, by our mission to build and support affordable learning solutions for a broad spectrum of users: (1) life learners; (2) working professionals; (3) college students, (4) high school students. TEL Library’s content is differentiated by three distinct factors.

Lesson Design

To support our different patrons and product models, we construct stand-alone, Stackable Lessons™ for each concept within a discipline. Each lesson is designed to deliver a self-contained, premium experience that results in engaged learning and student ownership. This same design model allows us to package collections of lessons within unique product wrappers to create textbook replacements, self-paced online courses, or custom curriculum solutions. TEL Library lessons also provide maximum flexibility related to instructional delivery, including support for face-to-face, hybrid, and online models.

Curriculum Design

All content within TEL Library is designed and constructed as part of an integrated curriculum for general education. Our curriculum begins with information scientists who create libraries of key concepts mapped to one or more discipline domain taxonomies. Knowing where content will (or might) be reused across the curriculum allows us to normalize glossary terms, concept explanations, and examples for learning reinforcement. By facilitating the seamless reuse of the same lesson within different discipline collections, our curriculum-design approach provides unique customization options for institutional partners. This is particularly valuable for those institutions who are considering an interdisciplinary approach to their general education courses.

A Software Development Model for Learning Content

TEL Library utilizes a software development model – “write once, run many times, anywhere in the world” – to scale the creation and updating of our modular, high-quality learning content. Our modular lessons are designed as stackable, reusable objects that can be combined with other lessons, regardless of subject and order, without losing coherence or learning efficacy. This templated model supports scalable content authoring, efficient production processes, and both continuous and granular product updates without interruption to instructors or students. Our model also eliminates the need to produce new product editions.