2016 Accountability Ratings

2016 Accountability Ratings
Posted on 11/04/2016
2016 Accountability Ratings

The Texas Education Agency Accountability Rating Systems allows parents a broad overview of how their child’s school is doing compared to others in the state. Every school gets one of two ratings: Met Standard or Improvement Required. TEA evaluates four areas in determining a school’s accountability rating:

Index 1: Student Achievement (STAAR test scores)

Index 2: Student Progress (Progress in subjects from year-to-year)

Index 3: Closing Performance Gaps (Emphasis on high-level achievement of lowest performing students)

Index 4: Post Secondary Readiness: (Graduation rates, diploma plans, college and career readiness standards)

School receiving the Met Standard rating may qualify for special honors called Distinctions.

Please click on the following link from TEA that gives a more in-depth explanation of each index and what exactly is monitored. In-Depth Description



The hard work of students, teachers, and staff yielded pleasing results as each one of our schools met the increasingly demanding standards. Each campus exceeded state index minimums, providing our students with quality instruction and preparation for their future education.