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TEA district, school ratings now available

TEA district, school ratings now available

The Texas Education Agency released district and campus ratings today, with Northwest ISD earning an overall score of 89, or a high “B” rating. Our campuses earned a combined total of 18 academic distinction designations.

In 2017, the 85th Texas Legislature enacted an A-F grading system as a tool to communicate the performance of schools. The ratings are based predominantly on annual standardized test scores from the STAAR at elementary and middle school and End-of-Course exams at high school.

A-F ratings are based on three domains:

  • Student Achievement: Includes STAAR test performance on all STAAR tests, college, career, and military readiness, and graduation rates.
  • School Progress: Year-over-year performance on STAAR performance, as well as performance relative to similar districts/campuses.
  • Closing the Gaps: Student performance disaggregated by student group in four components: Academic Achievement, Federal Graduation Rate, English Language Proficiency, and Student Success.

Campus ratings and distinctions are earned based on 2021-22 school year data.

You can find more information about your campus’ rating at Additional information about the rating system is available on the TEA website.