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Two Brazos Valley High Schools Receive TEA Perfect Scores

The Texas Education Agency has come out with last year’s individual performances of the state’s 8,600 kindergarten through 12th grade campuses. More than 400 earned “perfect scores”, and two of those campuses are in the Brazos Valley.

By “perfect scores”, Bryan Collegiate and Mumford high schools previously received a “met standard” ranking…the highest possible. Both also earned all seven possible distinction designations. That’s determined by comparing their performance to a group of 40 campuses of similar type, size, and demographics.

Those performances are in four academic categories, being in the top 25 percent of student progress and closing performance gaps, and postsecondary readiness…or what happens after high school.

Three more campuses received six of seven distinctions. They were Consolidated and Caldwell high schools and Franklin middle school.

And three College Station elementary schools earned four of five distinctions…Pebble Creek, Southwood Valley, and Rock Prairie.

Click HERE to read and download the TEA news release listing campuses receiving all academic distinctions.

Click HERE to go to the TEA accountability webpage to search results by district and campus.

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Posted by on Sep 15 2016. Filed under Featured Stories, News.
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