Current Accountability Rating

Castleberry ISD is Rated 86 "B" in A-F Accountability
Graphic displaying the text "Current District Accountability Rating" with a circle graph to show 86 out of 100 filled in with the color grey or B. A bar chart with a green arrow that points upward indicating prior ratings: 77 in 2018; 83 in 2019; 86 in 2022.

The Texas Education Agency (TEA) has released the academic performance ratings for school districts throughout the state. Castleberry ISD students, teachers, and schools continue to make significant progress as seen in the 2022 state accountability ratings. In fact, Fort Worth’s Morris Foundation recently recognized Castleberry ISD as the second highest improved district in Tarrant county — improving student success by 19% – compared to the state average of 12%.

Castleberry ISD has received an overall performance score of 86, or a B. This is a 3-point increase from the 2019 score of 83.

In 2020, school districts and campuses were labeled Not Rated: Declared State of Disaster, making these ratings the first districts and campuses have received since before the COVID-19 pandemic.

Each campus in the district also received an individual rating.

Campus Ratings

A.V. Cato Elementary 87
Castleberry Elementary 78
Joy James Academy of Leadership 92
Irma Marsh Middle School 77
Castleberry High School 83
REACH High School 97

Academic Distinctions

Distinctions are awarded in key areas relative to other comparable campuses across the state. Castleberry ISD campuses earned a combined total of eight distinctions.

Castleberry High School earned distinctions in the areas of Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Postsecondary Readiness, and Comparative Closing the Gaps.

Joy James Academy of Leadership earned distinctions in the areas of English Language Arts/Reading, Comparative Academic Growth, and Comparative Closing the Gaps.

For more information on Castleberry ISD's accountability report, and detailed reports for each campus, visit the website.