Parent Resources

Parent Login - Parent Portal

Login here to access your student's information via txConnect Parent Portal.


Download Instructions for Accessing the Parent Portal (pdf)

East Austin College Prep has a website where parents can login anytime to check your student’s attendance, grades, assignments, and alerts from the school. We call it the Parent Portal. Click here for detailed instructions on how to set up your account in the parent portal.

NOTE: You must have your unique Student Portal ID which was mailed to you in order to log into the system. Contact EAPrep at 512.287.5000 (Pre-K-5th grades) and 512.287.5050 (6th-12th grades) if you can’t locate your Student Portal ID.


Parent University logoOur Parent Community: Parent University
The vision of Parent University is to develop a learning environment for parents so they can have a greater impact on their child’s education.

EAPrep is very proud to announce that we now have a Parent Coordinator for Parent University at both our MLK and Southwest Key campuses. The Parent Coordinator is uniquely qualified to offer support and to strengthen communication for parent involvement within our schools as well as connect you with educational resources such as ESL and Spanish GED classes, PE classes, and cultural art resources for the whole community.

For more information on Parent University or to inquire how you can get involved, please contact District Coordinator of Operations Bernardo Diaz at 512.736.2027 or at bdiaz@eaprep.org


Parent Student Teacher Association (PTSA)

Join the newly formed EAPrep PTSA at our first General Meeting for both campuses. Topics will include the PTSA vision and goals. Attendees will be given the opportunity to become official members for a onetime fee of only $10. All parents and teachers are strongly encouraged to attend.


Student/Parent/Teacher Compact

East Austin College Prep is committed to the belief that each student can reach his/her highest potential for intellectual, emotional and physical growth. Our mission is to provide a rigorous college prep curriculum to prepare our students for graduation, and ultimately success in college and their chosen careers. To achieve this, a partnership is needed among parents, students, teachers and administrators. Together we will create a positive, safe, and drug free learning environment and agree on the following items on the Student/Parent/Teacher Compact. Parents: please sign and return this compact each year to your student's 1st period teacher.


Parent-Student Handbook & Policies
Click here to view the Parent-Student Handbook & Policies for the 2018-2019 school year. The Spanish version of the Handbook can be found here.


Resources for Parents
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