Take courses personalized to you

Are you an 11th or 12th grade student ready for your next big step?

With Texas College Bridge you can take college prep courses in math and English, completely online. The courses are tailored to you, covering only the skills you need. And if you need extra help or have a question, a teacher facilitator is a click away.

Texas College Bridge is self-paced. No strict schedule, no stress and on your own time. It also includes college and career resources like financial aid information, resume help and tips for finding the right college for you.

Get on track and sign up for Texas College Bridge.



Get a registration URL from your school to sign up for Texas College Bridge. Once you have an account login here.

Student Quickstart Guide

Certificates of Completion

Certificates of Completion

Use these resources for registering, setting goals, help and submitting your Certification of Completion.

EdReady Help
How to Get Certificate of Completion

How to claim your Certificate in a pre-existing GreenLight locker
Update your email in GreenLight
GreenLight Support

English Essay

English Essay

Learn more about how to complete your English Essay requirement below

EdReady English Essay Instructions

Quick Start Guide

Student Newsletters

Student Newsletters

Catch up on the latest news from Texas College Bridge

January 2023 Newsletter

April 2023 Newsletter

April 2024 Newsletter

Higher Ed Partners

Higher Ed Partners

Explore our higher education partners

View map of higher ed partners

EdReady Student Dashboard

EdReady Registration

Greenlight: Sharing Transcript

North Mesquite ISD student

Student tailored

Self-paced learning

From Students

“I heard about the Texas College Bridge program from my counselor and thought this is the perfect opportunity to do my TSI. Registration was very easy and very self explanatory. I completed the math and English curriculum. The Texas College Bridge program helped me so much. I am keeping up with my course work and do believe I am making better grades.”

— Corey, Irving ISD graduate, attending Dallas College