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All Bryan ISD Schools Earn State’s Top Academic Rating

State accountability results from the Texas Education Agency (TEA) for the 2016-2017 school year indicate that all 23 Bryan ISD campuses met the state’s highest rating of “Met Standard” for academics. The District met standard as well, marking a complete sweep of academic ratings in the state’s complex and ever-changing system for measuring student achievement, student progress, closing performance gaps and post-secondary readiness. 

“These outstanding results reflect what our District and our community already know about Bryan schools—they’re educating children with excellence each and every day,” Superintendent Christie Whitbeck said. “Our students and staff performed with effort and determination to achieve success for students and prepare them for life beyond graduation. We could not be more pleased about the progress and results these ratings reflect.”

District campuses also garnered two dozen distinctions, which are a measure of whether a campus ranks among the top quartile of 40 “like or similar” schools across the state—in other words, distinctions are a measure of how schools perform against other schools that are like them.

Bryan ISD 2016 – 2017 Academic Distinctions

Bryan High School: Reading/English Language Arts (ELA), Math, Science, Social Studies, Post-secondary Readiness

Rudder High School: Social Studies

Bryan Collegiate High School: Reading/ELA, Math, Post-secondary Readiness (Collegiate was recently re-classified and evaluated against different comparison group than in years past)

SFA Middle School: Reading/ELA, Science

Long Middle School: Reading/ELA, Math, Social Studies

Crockett Elementary: Reading/ELA, Science

Henderson Elementary: Reading/ELA

Johnson Elementary: Reading/ELA, Student Progress, Closing Performance Gaps

Houston Elementary: Science

Jones Elementary: Math, Science, Student Progress