We’ve improved the Discover Texas History program every year since it came out in 1999! In the last year or two we’ve been extra busy with some BIG changes that we hope will make the program better and better for our customers while preserving all the features you’ve loved for nearly 20 years. 🙂
- You can still order Discover Texas in its original format on CD disks. Because we understand that some parts of our great state are remote with spotty online service, we have no plans to discontinue offering the disks. They’ll be available for the foreseeable future from the order page on our website via PayPal. We usually ship the same day. We offer the original purchaser replacements for lost, damaged, or outdated disks for just the cost of mailing.
- For faster delivery–or if your computer didn’t come with a disk drive–you can order the same content as an online course and download it immediately. You set the username and private password for your account, so you’re welcome to download a copy onto any computer in your household. The program is yours to keep. If you’d ever like to download an updated version, just check the account you created.
- Some customers prefer to pay for the Discover Texas program by the month. We understand! For you, we’ve divided the material into 9 monthly packets deliverable for a very manageable monthly fee. Once you pay for them, they’re yours to keep–same as the full online course.
- Discover Texas History is great fun to study as a group! Over the years many families and co-op teachers have taken advantage of our huge group discounts when you place an order for 6 or more disks.
- NEW THIS YEAR–our affiliate program! Word of mouth from happy customers is the very best advertisement we could ask for! We’ve always offered a $10 Tell-a-Friend Discount, but now you can “make it official.” Let us know if you’d like to become a Discover Texas affiliate, and we’ll set you up to receive a benefit any time you refer a customer through your own personal link to our site. Win-win! 🙂
Just doing our part to make homeschooling in Texas a little bit better every year–just like history! 🙂