Performance ratings & reports
How do our schools rate?
Each year the Texas Education Agency (TEA) uses an accountability rating system to determine how well each school is doing. Find out more about this system and see how well our schools are performing by visiting our Accountability ratings and reports page.
Texas Education Code Chapter 39 requires that we publish a report each year with important performance, financial and safety information as well as our campus improvement plans and data showing how well our graduates are doing in postsecondary education.
This annual report includes:
- Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR)
- Financial Standard Report
- Campus Performance Objectives
- a report on violent or criminal incidents
- Graduate Report
View the latest Annual Academic Performance Report.
Each school has to perform a self-evaluation and rate their school on factors such as digital learning, physical education and parent and community involvement. The district and each school gets one of four performance ratings - Exemplary, Recognized, Acceptable or Unacceptable
Experienced independent reviewers examine data and conduct interviews to confirm that we are maintaining a high level of standards. Our district and all eight of our high schools have active accreditation.