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STAAR Results



2017

STAAR 3-8 (AD1)

Statistics below include results from first administration of the STAAR 3-8 tests for all students tested at the campus, regardless of their PEIMS location in the fall. "Approaches" is the minimum passing standard that was established in 2016. "Meets" is the recommended passing standard by 2022. "Masters" is previously known as the advanced standard.

Each link below contains all schools within each feeder pattern in PDF format Adobe Acrobat icon.

Percentage Approaches: Percentage Meets: Percentage Masters:
District District District
ACE ACE ACE
Adamson Adamson Adamson
Bryan Adams Bryan Adams Bryan Adams
Carter Carter Carter
Conrad Conrad Conrad
Hillcrest Hillcrest Hillcrest
Intensive Support Intensive Support Intensive Support
Jefferson Jefferson Jefferson
Kimball Kimball Kimball
Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln
Madison Madison Madison
Molina Molina Molina
North Dallas North Dallas North Dallas
Pinkston Pinkston Pinkston
Roosevelt Roosevelt Roosevelt
Samuell Samuell Samuell
Seagoville Seagoville Seagoville
Skyline Skyline Skyline
South Oak Cliff South Oak Cliff South Oak Cliff
Spruce Spruce Spruce
Sunset Sunset Sunset
Transformation Transformation Transformation
White White White
Wilmer-Hutchins Wilmer-Hutchins Wilmer-Hutchins
Wilson Wilson Wilson

STAAR 3-8 (AD2)

Statistics below include results from second administration of the STAAR 3-8 tests for all students tested at the campus, regardless of their PEIMS location in the fall. "Approaches" is the minimum passing standard that was established in 2016. "Meets" is the recommended passing standard by 2022. "Masters" is previously known as the advanced standard.

Each link below contains all schools within each feeder pattern in PDF format Adobe Acrobat icon.

Percentage Approaches: Percentage Meets: Percentage Masters:
District District District
ACE ACE ACE
Adamson Adamson Adamson
Bryan Adams Bryan Adams Bryan Adams
Carter Carter Carter
Conrad Conrad Conrad
Hillcrest Hillcrest Hillcrest
Intensive Support Intensive Support Intensive Support
Jefferson Jefferson Jefferson
Kimball Kimball Kimball
Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln
Madison Madison Madison
Molina Molina Molina
North Dallas North Dallas North Dallas
Pinkston Pinkston Pinkston
Roosevelt Roosevelt Roosevelt
Samuell Samuell Samuell
Seagoville Seagoville Seagoville
Skyline Skyline Skyline
South Oak Cliff South Oak Cliff South Oak Cliff
Spruce Spruce Spruce
Sunset Sunset Sunset
Transformation Transformation Transformation
White White White
Wilmer-Hutchins Wilmer-Hutchins Wilmer-Hutchins
Wilson Wilson Wilson

STAAR EOC (SP)

Statistics below include results from STAAR EOC tests for students testing for the first time. Spring retest results are only included if the student first tested in the fall. "Approaches" means meeting the minimum passing standard that was established in 2016. "Meets" means meeting the recommended passing standard by 2022. "Masters" is previously knows as the advanced standard.

Each link below contains all schools within each feeder pattern in PDF format Adobe Acrobat icon.

Percentage Approaches: Percentage Meets: Percentage Masters:
District District District
ACE ACE ACE
Adamson Adamson Adamson
Bryan Adams Bryan Adams Bryan Adams
Carter Carter Carter
Conrad Conrad Conrad
Hillcrest Hillcrest Hillcrest
Intensive Support Intensive Support Intensive Support
Jefferson Jefferson Jefferson
Kimball Kimball Kimball
Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln
Madison Madison Madison
Molina Molina Molina
North Dallas North Dallas North Dallas
Pinkston Pinkston Pinkston
Roosevelt Roosevelt Roosevelt
Samuell Samuell Samuell
Seagoville Seagoville Seagoville
Skyline Skyline Skyline
South Oak Cliff South Oak Cliff South Oak Cliff
Spruce Spruce Spruce
Sunset Sunset Sunset
Transformation Transformation Transformation
White White White
Wilmer-Hutchins Wilmer-Hutchins Wilmer-Hutchins
Wilson Wilson Wilson

2016

STAAR 3-8 (AD1)

Statistics below include results from first administration of the STAAR 3-8 tests for all students tested at the campus, regardless of their PEIMS location in the fall. "Passing" means meeting the Level 2 (Satisfactory) standard from the first phase-in, which is in use for 2012-2015. "2016 Standards" means meeting the Level 2 (Satisfactory) standard that was raised in 2016. "Advanced" means meeting the Level 3 (Advanced) standard, which remains the same each year and is not being phased in.

Each link below contains all schools within each feeder pattern in PDF format Adobe Acrobat icon.

STAAR 3-8 (AD2)

Statistics below include results from second administration of the STAAR 3-8 tests for all students tested at the campus, regardless of their PEIMS location in the fall. "Passing" means meeting the Level 2 (Satisfactory) standard from the first phase-in, which is in use for 2012-2015. "2016 Standards" means meeting the Level 2 (Satisfactory) standard that was raised in 2016. "Advanced" means meeting the Level 3 (Advanced) standard, which remains the same each year and is not being phased in.

Each link below contains all schools within each feeder pattern in PDF format Adobe Acrobat icon.

Percentage Approaches: Percentage Meets: Percentage Masters:
District District District
ACE ACE ACE
Adamson Adamson Adamson
Bryan Adams Bryan Adams Bryan Adams
Carter Carter Carter
Conrad Conrad Conrad
Hillcrest Hillcrest Hillcrest
Intensive Support Intensive Support Intensive Support
Jefferson Jefferson Jefferson
Kimball Kimball Kimball
Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln
Madison Madison Madison
Molina Molina Molina
North Dallas North Dallas North Dallas
Pinkston Pinkston Pinkston
Roosevelt Roosevelt Roosevelt
Samuell Samuell Samuell
Seagoville Seagoville Seagoville
Skyline Skyline Skyline
South Oak Cliff South Oak Cliff South Oak Cliff
Spruce Spruce Spruce
Sunset Sunset Sunset
Transformation Transformation Transformation
White White White
Wilmer-Hutchins Wilmer-Hutchins Wilmer-Hutchins
Wilson Wilson Wilson

STAAR EOC (SP)

Statistics below include results from STAAR EOC tests for students testing for the first time. Spring retest results are only included if the student first tested in the fall. "Passing" means meeting the Level 2 (Satisfactory) standard from the first phase-in, which is in use for 2012-2015. "2016 Standards" means meeting the Level 2 (Satisfactory) standard that was raised in 2016. "Advanced" means meeting the Level 3 (Advanced) standard, which remains the same each year and is not being phased in.

Each link below contains all schools within each feeder pattern in PDF format Adobe Acrobat icon.

Percentage Approaches: Percentage Meets: Percentage Masters:
District District District
ACE ACE ACE
Adamson Adamson Adamson
Bryan Adams Bryan Adams Bryan Adams
Carter Carter Carter
Conrad Conrad Conrad
Hillcrest Hillcrest Hillcrest
Intensive Support Intensive Support Intensive Support
Jefferson Jefferson Jefferson
Kimball Kimball Kimball
Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln
Madison Madison Madison
Molina Molina Molina
North Dallas North Dallas North Dallas
Pinkston Pinkston Pinkston
Roosevelt Roosevelt Roosevelt
Samuell Samuell Samuell
Seagoville Seagoville Seagoville
Skyline Skyline Skyline
South Oak Cliff South Oak Cliff South Oak Cliff
Spruce Spruce Spruce
Sunset Sunset Sunset
Transformation Transformation Transformation
White White White
Wilmer-Hutchins Wilmer-Hutchins Wilmer-Hutchins
Wilson Wilson Wilson

STAAR EOC (SUM)

Statistics below include results from STAAR EOC tests for students that re-test through the summer administration. "Passing" means meeting the Level 2 (Satisfactory) standard from the first phase-in, which is in use for 2012-2015. "2016 Standards" means meeting the Level 2 (Satisfactory) standard that was raised in 2016. "Advanced" means meeting the Level 3 (Advanced) standard, which remains the same each year and is not being phased in.

Each link below contains all schools within each feeder pattern in PDF format Adobe Acrobat icon.

Percentage Approaches: Percentage Meets: Percentage Masters:
District District District
ACE ACE ACE
Adamson Adamson Adamson
Bryan Adams Bryan Adams Bryan Adams
Carter Carter Carter
Conrad Conrad Conrad
Hillcrest Hillcrest Hillcrest
Intensive Support Intensive Support Intensive Support
Jefferson Jefferson Jefferson
Kimball Kimball Kimball
Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln
Madison Madison Madison
Molina Molina Molina
North Dallas North Dallas North Dallas
Pinkston Pinkston Pinkston
Roosevelt Roosevelt Roosevelt
Samuell Samuell Samuell
Seagoville Seagoville Seagoville
Skyline Skyline Skyline
South Oak Cliff South Oak Cliff South Oak Cliff
Spruce Spruce Spruce
Sunset Sunset Sunset
Transformation Transformation Transformation
White White White
Wilmer-Hutchins Wilmer-Hutchins Wilmer-Hutchins
Wilson Wilson Wilson

2015

STAAR 3-8 (AD1)

Statistics summarize student results from first administration of the STAAR 3-8 tests. Statistics are available for English and Spanish combined, or for each language separately. "Passing" means meeting the Level 2 (Satisfactory) standard based on first phase-in of standards, which is in use for 2012 - 2015. "Advanced" means meeting the Level 3 (Advanced) standard, which is not being phased in. All students tested at the campus (based on submitted answer documents) are summarized in these reports, regardless of their PEIMS location in the fall.

Each link below contains all divisions and feeders in PDF format Adobe Acrobat icon

Percentage Passing: Percentage Advanced:
District (English - Spanish) District (English - Spanish)
Division (English - Spanish) Division (English - Spanish)
Feeder Pattern (English - Spanish) Feeder Pattern (English - Spanish)
(School reports within the following files are ordered by TEA number)
Division 1 schools ( English - Spanish) Division 1 schools (English - Spanish)
Division 2 schools (English - Spanish) Division 2 schools (English - Spanish)
Division 3 schools (English - Spanish) Division 3 schools (English - Spanish)
Division 4 schools (English - Spanish) Division 4 schools (English - Spanish)
Division 5 schools (English - Spanish) Division 5 schools (English - Spanish)
Magnet schools (English - N/A) Magnet schools (English - N/A)
Alternative schools (English - N/A) Alternative schools (English - N/A)

STAAR 3-8 (AD2)

Statistics summarize student results from second administration of the STAAR 3-8 tests. Statistics are available for English and Spanish combined, or for each language separately. "Passing" means meeting the Level 2 (Satisfactory) standard based on first phase-in of standards, which is in use for 2012 - 2015. "Advanced" means meeting the Level 3 (Advanced) standard, which is not being phased in. All students tested at the campus (based on submitted answer documents) are summarized in these reports, regardless of their PEIMS location in the fall.

Each link below contains all divisions and feeders in PDF format Adobe Acrobat icon

Percentage Passing: Percentage Advanced:
District (English - Spanish) District (English - Spanish)
Division (English - Spanish) Division (English - Spanish)
Feeder Pattern (English - Spanish) Feeder Pattern (English - Spanish)
(School reports within the following files are ordered by TEA number)
Division 1 schools ( English - Spanish) Division 1 schools (English - Spanish)
Division 2 schools (English - Spanish) Division 2 schools (English - Spanish)
Division 3 schools (English - Spanish) Division 3 schools (English - Spanish)
Division 4 schools (English - Spanish) Division 4 schools (English - Spanish)
Division 5 schools (English - Spanish) Division 5 schools (English - Spanish)
Magnet schools (English - N/A) Magnet schools (English - N/A)
Alternative schools (English - N/A) Alternative schools (English - N/A)

STAAR EOC (SP)

Statistics summarize student results from STAAR EOC tests first administered during the 2014-15 school year. STAAR EOC tests are administered only in English. "Passing" means meeting the Level 2 (Satisfactory) standard based on first phase-in of standards, which is in use for 2012-2015. "Advanced" means meeting the Level 3 (Advanced) standard based on the recommended standard. Results summarized in the reports below come from students who first took a STAAR EOC test in Fall 2014 or Spring 2015. Retest results from the spring administration are included for students only if the first attempt on the test was in Fall 2014 and the spring results were higher.

Each link below contains all divisions and feeders in PDF format Adobe Acrobat icon

2014

STAAR 3-8 (AD1)

Statistics summarize student results from first administration of the STAAR 3-8 tests. (For STAAR M 3-8 and STAAR L 3-8 summaries, select the appropriate category from the navigation bar on the left.) Statistics are available for English and Spanish combined, or for each language separately. "Passing" means meeting the Level 2 (Satisfactory) standard based on first phase-in of standards, which is in use for 2012 - 2014. "Advanced" means meeting the Level 3 (Advanced) standard, which is not being phased in. All students tested at the campus (based on submitted answer documents) are summarized in these reports, regardless of their PEIMS location in the fall.

Each link below contains all divisions and feeders in PDF format Adobe Acrobat icon

Percentage Passing: Percentage Advanced:
District (English - Spanish) District (English - Spanish)
Division (English - Spanish) Division (English - Spanish)
Feeder Pattern (English - Spanish) Feeder Pattern (English - Spanish)
(School reports within the following files are ordered by TEA number)
Division 1 schools ( English - Spanish) Division 1 schools (English - Spanish)
Division 2 schools (English - Spanish) Division 2 schools (English - Spanish)
Division 3 schools (English - Spanish) Division 3 schools (English - Spanish)
Division 4 schools (English - Spanish) Division 4 schools (English - Spanish)
Division 5 schools (English - Spanish) Division 5 schools (English - Spanish)
Magnet schools (English - N/A) Magnet schools (English - N/A)
Alternative schools (English - N/A) Alternative schools (English - N/A)

STAAR 3-8 (AD2)

Statistics summarize student results from second administration of the STAAR 3-8 tests. (For STAAR M 3-8 and STAAR L 3-8 summaries, select the appropriate category from the navigation bar on the left.) Statistics are available for English and Spanish combined, or for each language separately. "Passing" means meeting the Level 2 (Satisfactory) standard based on first phase-in of standards, which is in use for 2012 - 2014. "Advanced" means meeting the Level 3 (Advanced) standard, which is not being phased in. All students tested at the campus (based on submitted answer documents) are summarized in these reports, regardless of their PEIMS location in the fall.

Each link below contains all divisions and feeders in PDF format Adobe Acrobat icon

Percentage Passing: Percentage Advanced:
District (English - Spanish) District (English - Spanish)
Division (English - Spanish) Division (English - Spanish)
Feeder Pattern (English - Spanish) Feeder Pattern (English - Spanish)
(School reports within the following files are ordered by TEA number)
Division 1 schools ( English - Spanish) Division 1 schools (English - Spanish)
Division 2 schools (English - Spanish) Division 2 schools (English - Spanish)
Division 3 schools (English - Spanish) Division 3 schools (English - Spanish)
Division 4 schools (English - Spanish) Division 4 schools (English - Spanish)
Division 5 schools (English - Spanish) Division 5 schools (English - Spanish)
Magnet schools (English - N/A) Magnet schools (English - N/A)
Alternative schools (English - N/A) Alternative schools (English - N/A)

STAAR EOC (SP)

Statistics summarize student results from STAAR EOC tests first administered during the 2013-14 school year. (For STAAR M EOC and STAAR L EOC summaries, select the appropriate category from the navigation bar on the left). STAAR EOC tests are administered only in English. "Passing" means meeting the Level 2 (Satisfactory) standard based on first phase-in of standards, which is in use for 2012-2014. "Advanced" means meeting the Level 3 (Advanced) standard based on the recommended standard. Results summarized in the reports below come from students who first took a STAAR EOC test in Fall 2013 or Spring 2014. Retest results from the spring administration are included for students only if the first attempt on the test was in Fall 2013 and the spring results were higher.

Each link below contains all divisions and feeders in PDF format Adobe Acrobat icon

2013

STAAR 3-8 (AD1)

Statistics summarize student results from first administration of the STAAR 3-8 tests. (For STAAR M 3-8 and STAAR L 3-8 summaries, select the appropriate category from the navigation bar on the left). Statistics are available for English and Spanish combined, or for each language separately. "Passing" means meeting the Level 2 (Satisfactory) standard based on first phase-in of standards, which is in use for 2012 and 2013. "Advanced" means meeting the Level 3 (Advanced) standard, which is not being phased in. All students tested at the campus (based on submitted answer documents) are summarized in these reports, regardless of their PEIMS location in the fall.

Each link below contains all divisions and feeders in PDF format Adobe Acrobat icon

STAAR 3-8 (AD2)

Statistics summarize student results through the second administration of the STAAR 3-8 tests. In 2012, there was only one administration of reading and mathematics tests in the SSI grades 5 and 8. (For STAAR M 3-8 and STAAR L 3-8 summaries, select the appropriate category from the navigation bar on the left). Statistics are available for English and Spanish combined, or for each language separately. "Passing" means meeting the Level 2 (Satisfactory) standard based on first phase-in of standards, which is in use for 2012 and 2013. "Advanced" means meeting the Level 3 (Advanced) standard, which is not being phased in. All students tested at the campus (based on submitted answer documents) are summarized in these reports, regardless of their PEIMS location in the fall.

Each link below contains all divisions and feeders in PDF format Adobe Acrobat icon

STAAR EOC (SP)

Statistics summarize student results from STAAR EOC tests first administered during the 2012-13 school year. (For STAAR M EOC and STAAR L EOC summaries, select the appropriate category from the navigation bar on the left). STAAR EOC tests are administered only in English. "Passing" means meeting the Level 2 (Satisfactory) standard based on first phase-in of standards, which is in use for 2012 and 2013. "Advanced" means meeting the Level 3 (Advanced) standard based on the recommended standard. Results summarized in the reports below come from students who first took a STAAR EOC test in Fall 2012 or Spring 2013. Retest results from the spring administration are included for students only if the first attempt on the test was in Fall 2012 and the spring results were higher.

Each link below contains all divisions and feeders in PDF format Adobe Acrobat icon

TAKS

Statistics include TAKS, TAKS (Accommodated), and TAKS-Modified results for grades 11 (exit-level). As in all previous years' reports, Exit-level statistics are for first-time test takers only (no retest results included).

Percentage Passing: Percentage Advanced:
District Adobe Acrobat icon District Adobe Acrobat icon
Schools (ordered by TEA number) Adobe Acrobat icon Schools (ordered by TEA number) Adobe Acrobat icon

2012

STAAR 3-8

Statistics summarize student results from STAAR 3-8 tests given in spring of 2012. (For STAAR M 3-8 and STAAR L 3-8 summaries, select the appropriate category from the navigation bar on the left). Statistics are available for English and Spanish combined, or for each language separately. "Passing" means meeting the Level 2 (Satisfactory) standard based on first phase-in of standards, which is in use for 2012 and 2013. "Advanced" means meeting the Level 3 (Advanced) standard, which is not being phased in. All students tested at the campus (based on submitted answer documents) are summarized in these reports, regardless of their PEIMS location in the fall of 2011.

Each link below contains all divisions and feeders in PDF format Adobe Acrobat icon

STAAR EOC

Statistics summarize cumulative student results from STAAR EOC tests administred in spring, summer, and fall of 2012. (For STAAR M EOC and STAAR L EOC summaries, select the appropriate category from the navigation bar on the left). STAAR EOC tests are administered only in English. "Passing" means meeting the Level 2 (Satisfactory) standard based on first phase-in of standards, which is in use for 2012 and 2013. "Advanced" means meeting the Level 3 (Advanced) standard, which is not being phased in. Results summarized in the reports below come from students who first took a STAAR EOC test (any type) in the spring or summer of 2012. Results from the fall 2012 administration are for students who first took the test earlier in 2012 (to update scores if higher), students who were absent for test(s) in spring or summer, or students who switched test type (to STAAR M or STAAR L). Student locations for division-level and school-level statistics are taken from their first administration (either spring or summer) of the STAAR EOC test. Students taking an EOC test for the first time in fall 2012 will have their results included in 2013 statistics.

Each link below contains all divisions and feeders in PDF format Adobe Acrobat icon

TAKS

Statistics include TAKS, TAKS (Accommodated), and TAKS-Modified results for grades 10 and 11 (Exit-level). As in all previous years' reports, Exit-level statistics are for first-time test takers only (no retest results included).

Percentage Passing: Percentage Advanced:
District Adobe Acrobat icon District Adobe Acrobat icon
Schools (ordered by TEA number) Adobe Acrobat icon Schools (ordered by TEA number) Adobe Acrobat icon

2011

Through June

Reports with results for all grades and subjects. Reading and mathematics results for grades 5 and 8 are through the Third (June) administration. Statistics include TAKS, TAKS (Accommodated), and TAKS-Modified results.

Each link below contains all divisions and feeders in PDF format Adobe Acrobat icon

Through May

Reports with results for all grades and subjects. Reading and mathematics results for grades 5 and 8 are through the second (May) administration. Statistics include TAKS, TAKS (Accommodated), and TAKS-Modified results.

Each link below contains all divisions and feeders in PDF format Adobe Acrobat icon

Through Late April

Reports with results for all grades and subjects. Reading and mathematics results for grades 5 and 8 are from the first (March) administration.

Each link below contains all divisions and feeders in PDF format Adobe Acrobat icon

Through Early April

Reports with reading and mathematics results for grades 5 and 8.

Beginning with this administration, statistics include TAKS-modified results.

Percentage meeting standard: Percentage commended:

District Adobe Acrobat icon

Learning Communities Adobe Acrobat icon

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Learning Communities Adobe Acrobat icon

(School reports within the following files are ordered by TEA number)

Central LC schools Adobe Acrobat icon

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West LC schools Adobe Acrobat icon

Northeast LC schools Adobe Acrobat icon

Southeast LC schools Adobe Acrobat icon

Southwest LC schools Adobe Acrobat icon

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Central LC schools Adobe Acrobat icon

East LC schools Adobe Acrobat icon

West LC schools Adobe Acrobat icon

Northeast LC schools Adobe Acrobat icon

Southeast LC schools Adobe Acrobat icon

Southwest LC schools Adobe Acrobat icon

Northwest LC schools Adobe Acrobat icon

NOTE: Summary statistics available here are based on all students tested at the campus on the TAKS or TAKS (Accommodated) tests. They are a snapshot of student performance based solely on the student score records returned by the TEA immediately after testing.

The statistics in these reports do not reflect the student scores that are used in the determination of local, state, or federal accountability ratings. Reports with percentages calculated from estimated accountability subsets for AEIS are produced each summer in advance of the TEA's release of accountability ratings and data tables. The "Preliminary Results for Estimated Accountability Subsets" are placed on the school's MyData Portal homepage under "Accountability Systems" when available.

2010

March/April/May/June Administrations

Reports with results for all grades and subjects. Reading and mathematics results for grades 5 and 8 are through the third (June) administration.

Each link below contains all divisions and feeders in PDF format Adobe Acrobat icon

March/April/May Administrations

Reports with results for all grades and subjects. Reading and mathematics results for grades 5 and 8 are through the second (May) administration.

Each link below contains all divisions and feeders in PDF format Adobe Acrobat icon

March/April Administrations

Reports with results for all grades and subjects. Reading and mathematics results for grades 5 and 8 are from the first (March) administration.

Each link below contains all divisions and feeders in PDF format Adobe Acrobat icon

March Administration

Reports with reading and mathematics results for grades 5 and 8.

Percentage meeting standard: Percentage commended:

District Adobe Acrobat icon

Learning Communities Adobe Acrobat icon

District Adobe Acrobat icon

Learning Communities Adobe Acrobat icon

(School reports within the following files are ordered by TEA number)

East LC schools Adobe Acrobat icon

West LC schools Adobe Acrobat icon

Northeast LC schools Adobe Acrobat icon

Southeast LC schools Adobe Acrobat icon

Southwest LC schools Adobe Acrobat icon

Northwest LC schools Adobe Acrobat icon

East LC schools Adobe Acrobat icon

West LC schools Adobe Acrobat icon

Northeast LC schools Adobe Acrobat icon

Southeast LC schools Adobe Acrobat icon

Southwest LC schools Adobe Acrobat icon

Northwest LC schools Adobe Acrobat icon

NOTE: Summary statistics available here are based on all students tested at the campus on the TAKS or TAKS (Accommodated) tests. They are a snapshot of student performance based solely on the student score records returned by the TEA immediately after testing.

The statistics in these reports do not reflect the student scores that are used in the determination of local, state, or federal accountability ratings. Reports with percentages calculated from estimated accountability subsets for AEIS are produced each summer in advance of the TEA's release of accountability ratings and data tables. The "Preliminary Results for Estimated Accountability Subsets" are placed on the school's MyData Portal homepage under "Accountability Systems" when available.