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Friendswood ISD, Katy ISD, Pearland ISD and Tomball ISD retained the top four positions held the previous year in this 2020 best school districts in Houston analysis with Pearland ISD and Tomball ISD switching places in the third and fourth positions. Barbers Hill ISD while moved into the fifth position pushing Conroe ISD out of the top five. Friendswood ISD and Katy ISD also ranked among the 25 top performing school districts in Texas.

 

2020 best Houston school districts

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% students met criteria
rankdistrictacademic
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academic
performance
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accountability
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scaled
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AP / IBSATACTmetro area
1Friendswood ISD1080.6A9338.1%63.9%32.0%Friendswood
2Katy ISD1077.2A9239.4%55.3%23.5%Brookshire, Fulshear, Houston, Katy
3Pearland ISD1073.6B9136.8%51.3%16.7%Manvel, Pearland
4Tomball ISD1072.6A9232.3%43.9%17.8%Cypress, Pinehurst, Magnolia, Spring, The Woodlands, Tomball
5Barbers Hill ISD1071.3A9231.2%22.3%33.4%Baytown, Beach City, Cove, Mont Belvieu
6Conroe ISD1070.2B9030.2%43.4%23.8%Conroe, Montgomery, Shenandoah, Spring, The Woodlands
7Clear Creek ISD1069.5B8930.2%50.9%19.8%Clear Lake City, Clear Lake Shores, Dickinson, Friendswood, Houston, Kemah, League City, Nassau Bay, Pasadena, Seabrook, Taylor Lake, Taylor Lake Village, Webster
8Fort Bend ISD1068.0B8829.5%53.0%17.3%Elm Grove, Fresno, Missouri City, Richmond, Rosharon, Sugar Land
9Cypress-Fairbanks ISD1062.9B8820.2%33.0%21.8%Cypress, Houston
10Lamar CISD1062.8A8918.3%39.8%9.5%Katy, Rosenberg, Richmond, Fulshear, Sugar Land
11Spring Branch ISD1061.2B8229.9%51.1%23.1%Bunker Hill, Hedwig Village, Hunters Creek, Hunters Creek Village, Piney Point, Spring Valley
12Montgomery ISD960.8A9010.6%23.6%19.3%Conroe, Magnolia, Montgomery
13Magnolia ISD959.8B8330.3%39.2%16.6%Hockley, Magnolia, Montgomery, Pinehurst, Spring, The Woodlands
14Needville ISD958.9A8714.1%35.3%12.9%Damon, Guy, Needville, Richmond
15Klein ISD958.0B8517.6%42.0%9.9%Houston, Spring, Tomball


Source: Texas Education Agency


In order to compare the academic performance of the districts in precise and meaningful way, an academic performance index for all Texas independent school districts was constructed based on their STAAR assessment results and multiple college readiness measurements, as described in the Methodology discussion provided below. Based on its relative position in the overall academic performance index, each district also has been assigned an academic performance score with the top 10 percent of Texas school districts receiving an academic performance score of 10, districts in the next lower, ninth decile districts received a score of 9, and so on.

The Texas Education Agency 2019 Accountability Manual describes the methodology used by the Texas Education Agency (TEA) to award district and campus accountability ratings and explains specifically how the four metrics used in this study to rank the academic performance of Texas school districts are derived. The State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) metric is the cumulative scaled score of all STAAR assessments administered to district students during the 2018-2019 school year. The Advance Placement / International Baccalaureate (AP/IB) and the SAT and ACT college admission tests metrics are the number of students meeting college-ready criteria specified in the Texas Success Initiative (TSI), a state-legislated program to improve student success in college.

Accountability ratings awarded by the TEA in were not considered in this analysis since these ratings also take into account multiple factors that generally have no meaningful linkage to the academic performance of individual students, such as graduation rates, students enlisting in the military and changes in student performance on the STAAR evaluations from one year to the next. Those factors may be meaningful to administrators and teachers, but not to most parents or students. Also not considered in this study are frequently and sometimes purposefully misleading subjective factors such as opinions of self-selected contributors of anonymous parent and student reviews and "expert insights" regarding teacher quality.

Objective fact-based analyses that rank more than 900 Houston area public high schools, middle schools and elementary schools operated by the districts included in this analysis and compare campus student achievement indexes, STAAR results and TEA accountability ratings are available on these best Houston high schools, best Houston middle schools and best Houston elementary schools pages. Lists of the top ranked high schools, middle schools and elementary schools are shown on this best Houston schools page. You may find the information on this more about Houston school districts page to also be useful.


Methodology

Within each evaluation category, the top ranked Texas school district was awarded the maximum points allocated to that category and all other districts were awarded a proportional number of points based on how their individual scores compared to the score of the top ranked district. Scores from both evaluation categories were then added together to arrive at the district's academic performance index.

Performance on STAAR tests: 60 points

A maximum of 60 points was awarded based on the percentage of a district's students meeting the TSI achievement standards on the STAAR reading, writing, mathematics, science, and social studies subject assessments. As is explained in the Texas Education Agency Accountability Manual, the STAAR score shown in the table above is calculated by first adding equal weightings of the percentage of assessments on which students’ performance mastered grade level, met grade level and approached grade level, dividing the sum by 3 and rounding it to the nearest whole percentage. The TEA refers to this as the raw STAAR component score. This raw score is then adjusted or “scaled” by using a conversion table to align letter grades and raw component scores of Texas public school districts and campuses. Because the precision of the scaled STAAR score is significantly diminished but otherwise unchanged for comparison purposes by this process, the unrounded raw STAAR component score is used in this analysis to measure relative performance on the STAAR tests.

College readiness indicators: 40 points

A maximum of 20 points was awarded based on percentage of students in grades 11-12 participating and successfully completing Advanced Placement (AP) or International Baccalaureate (IB) courses. The district with the highest scores on the College Board AP examinations or International Baccalaureate Foundation examinations in English language arts, mathematics, science and social studies was awarded a maximum of 20 points. A maximum of 20 points also was awarded to the district with the top SAT and ACT scores. The college readiness index for each district was calculated by aggregating the scores for all high schools in the district, weighted by the number of students attending each school. A complete description of the college readiness evaluation methodology used in both this and the Houston area high schools ranking studies, along with the AP, IB, SAT and ACT data used in these analyses, is provided on this Houston high schools page.

 



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  • Houston Independent School District
    209,772 students|HOUSTON, TX
    Grades PK-12|280 schools
  • Aldine Independent School District
    66,854 students|HOUSTON, TX
    Grades PK-12|96 schools
  • Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District
    116,512 students|HOUSTON, TX
    Grades PK-12|89 schools
  • Fort Bend Independent School District
    76,122 students|SUGAR LAND, TX
    Grades PK-12|81 schools
  • Katy Independent School District
    79,913 students|KATY, TX
    Grades PK-12|75 schools
  • Pasadena Independent School District
    53,291 students|PASADENA, TX
    Grades PK-12|69 schools
  • Klein Independent School District
    53,328 students|KLEIN, TX
    Grades PK-12|51 schools
  • Humble Independent School District
    43,553 students|HUMBLE, TX
    Grades PK-12|50 schools
  • Spring Branch Independent School District
    34,681 students|HOUSTON, TX
    Grades PK-12|50 schools
  • Clear Creek Independent School District
    42,205 students|LEAGUE CITY, TX
    Grades PK-12|48 schools
  • Alief Independent School District
    45,436 students|HOUSTON, TX
    Grades PK-12|45 schools
  • Spring Independent School District
    35,385 students|HOUSTON, TX
    Grades PK-12|43 schools
  • Goose Creek Consolidated Independent School District
    23,837 students|BAYTOWN, TX
    Grades PK-12|30 schools
  • Galena Park Independent School District
    22,289 students|HOUSTON, TX
    Grades PK-12|25 schools
  • Sheldon Independent School District
    9,401 students|HOUSTON, TX
    Grades PK-12|14 schools
  • Channelview Independent School District
    9,593 students|CHANNELVIEW, TX
    Grades PK-12|13 schools
  • Crosby Independent School District
    6,331 students|CROSBY, TX
    Grades PK-12|10 schools
  • Barbers Hill Independent School District
    5,732 students|MONT BELVIEU, TX
    Grades PK-12|10 schools
  • Huffman Independent School District
    3,546 students|HUFFMAN, TX
    Grades PK-12|7 schools
  • Brookesmith Independent School District
    165 students|BROOKESMITH, TX
    Grades PK-12|2 schools
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Following the new state legislation, the Texas Education Agency released academic accountability ratings Wednesday for the 2018 school year, debuting a new system aimed at better rewarding student progress and performance relative to poverty.

For each district and school, 70 percent of the rating is based on the highest scaled score among three categories – student achievement, student progress or relative performance – and 30 percent is based on success in closing performance gaps.

Districts are rated on an A-through-F letter grade system this year, while schools are still rated “met standard” or “improvement required” before transitioning to an A-through-F system next year.

Please note that the letter grade in the "Campus ratings" table was assigned to schools by the Houston Chronicle, not by the TEA. This is an unofficial letter grade based on the overall grade.

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Note: If a district or school scores 59 or lower on three of the four domains, it automatically receives an “F” or “improvement required” rating. If a district has any schools rated “improvement required,” it cannot receive an “A” grade.

Student achievement – Raw performance on standardized tests for all schools, as well as graduation rates and college and career readiness measures for high schools.

Student progress – Year-over-year improvement shown by students, regardless of raw scores.

Relative performance – Student achievement levels compared to schools with similar percentages of economically disadvantaged students.

Closing the gaps – Achievement and growth performance across various demographic groups.

Note: If a district or school scores 59 or lower on three of the four domains, it automatically receives an “F” or “improvement required” rating. If a district has any schools rated “improvement required,” it cannot receive an “A” grade.

Source: Texas Education Agency data | Created by Jordan Rubio/Houston Chronicle

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Texas School Guide

Due to the pandemic, this year’s rankings will focus on three-year analyses that showcase campus and district consistency over time via its Three Year Strong ranking. Overall, in Houston, there are 430 high-performing schools which are A or B Pandemic Edition Ranked schools: 237 elementary schools, 117 middle schools, and 76 high schools. Houston has 35 Pandemic Proof Schools: 19 elementary schools, 10 middle schools, and 6 high schools. There are 13 Consistent Gold Ribbon Schools: 12 elementary schools and 1 middle school. For the newest ranking, PaceSetter Schools, Houston has 35: 31 elementary schools and 4 middle schools.

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High


Top 10 Public High Schools in Houston

1. DeBakey HS for Health Professions, Houston ISD

      2. Kerr HS, Alief ISD

                    3. Eastwood Academy, Houston ISD

      4. Alief Early College HS, Alief ISD

5. Carnegie Vanguard HS, Houston ISD

6. East Early College HS, Houston ISD

7. Challenge Early College HS, Houston ISD

8. Clear Horizons Early College HS, Clear Creek ISD

9. Young Women’s College Prep Academy, Houston ISD

10. Seven Lakes HS, Katy ISD


Top 5 Middle Schools in Houston

1.T.H. Rogers School, Houston ISD

2. Cornerstone Academy, Spring Branch ISD

3. Fort Settlement Middle, Fort Bend ISD

4. Mandarin Immersion Magnet School, Houston ISD

5. Project Chrysalis Middle, Houston ISD


Top 5 Elementary Schools in Houston

1. T.H. Rogers School, Houston ISD

2. Creekside Forest Elementary, Tomball ISD

3. Commonwealth Elementary, Fort Bend ISD

4. Devers Elementary, Devers ISD

5. Cornerstone Elementary, Fort Bend ISD


Top Pandemic Proof Schools

Pandemic Proof Schools are schools with 75% or more of a campus’ students classified as low-income that have been classified as high performing campuses (receiving A or B [email protected] Grades) for three years running.

Elementary

1. Park Place Elementary, Houston ISD

2. Lyons Elementary, Houston ISD

3. Burbank Elementary, Houston ISD

Middle

1. Texas Serenity Academy, Texas Serenity Academy

2. Amigos Por Vida-Friends for Life Charter School

3. Harmony School of Innovation – Houston, Harmony Science Academy

High

1. Eastwood Academy, Houston ISD

2. East Early College High School, Houston ISD

3. North Houston Early College High School, Houston ISD


Consistent Gold Ribbon Schools

Gold Ribbon Schools are schools that are neither a charter nor magnet, have a high concentration of economically disadvantaged students, and receive an A or B grade. Below are the top Gold Ribbon Schools in Houston.

Elementary

1. Park Place Elementary, Houston ISD    

2. Lyons Elementary, Houston ISD

3. DeAnda Elementary, Houston ISD

Middle

1. Miller Intermediate School, Pasadena ISD


Pace Setter Schools

Pace Setters are Gold Ribbon eligible schools (schools with 75% or more of a campus’ students classified as low-income that do not classify as charter or magnet programs) that have shown significant improvements from prior years and are on track to becoming Gold Ribbon schools in the future.

Elementary

1. Joan Link Elementary, Spring ISD

2. Heritage Elementary, Spring ISD

3. T.W. Ogg Elementary, Brazosport ISD

4. Looscan Elementary, Houston ISD

Middle Schools

1. Holland Middle, Houston ISD

2. Missouri City Middle, Fort Bend ISD

3. Forest Brook Middle, Houston ISD


Top Performing Schools in Racial Equity

Elementary Schools

1. KIPP Sharp Prep, KIPP Texas Public Schools

2. Lyons Elementary, Houston ISD

3. Burbank Elementary, Houston ISD

Middle Schools

1. Energized for STEM Academy West Middle, Houston ISD

2. Sharpstown International School, Houston ISD

3. KIPP Academy Middle, KIPP Texas Public Charter Schools

High Schools

1. Alief Early College High School, Alief ISD

2. Eastwood Academy, Houston ISD

3. Challenge Early College High School, Houston ISD


The omission of any school or district in any ranking or sublist is based on methodological decisions related to available data and does not reflect positive or negative statements

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Source & Methodology


Analytics built by:   Location, Inc.

Raw data sources:
  • Test Scores: Edfacts (U.S. Department of Education), State departments of education.
  • Expenditures: National Center for Education Statistics.
  • Educational Environment: American Community Survey (U.S. Census Bureau).
Date(s) & Update Frequency:
  • Due to Covid-19, standardized testing did not take place during the 2019-2020 academic school year. Test data: Reflects 2018 – 2019 school year.
  • Expenditures: 2018
  • Educational Environment: 2019 (latest available). Updated annually.
  • All data updated June 2021

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District Quality Compared to Texas

(10 is best)

Better than of TX school districts.

District Quality Compared to U.S. info

(10 is best)

Better than of U.S. school districts.


    Proficiency in Reading and Math

    Proficiency in Reading

    Proficiency in Math

SchoolGrades
Aldine Education Center School
1702 Aldine Bender
Houston, TX, 77032
03-12
Aldine H S School
11101 Airline Dr
Houston, TX, 77037
09-12
Aldine J A E P School
2525 Murworth Dr
Houston, TX, 77054
08-08
Aldine Middle School
14908 Aldine Westfield Rd
Houston, TX, 77032
06-08
Anderson Academy School
7401 Wheatley St
Houston, TX, 77088
01-04
Avalos P-Tech School
2430 Aldine Mail Route Rd
Houston, TX, 77039
09-09
Black Elementary School
160 Millstream
Houston, TX, 77060
01-05
Blanson Cte H S School
311 W Rd
Houston, TX, 77038
09-12
Bussey Elementary School
11555 Airline
Houston, TX, 77037
01-05
Calvert Elementary School
1925 Marvell Dr
Houston, TX, 77032
01-05
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Ethnic/racial GroupsThis DistrictThis State
White (non-hispanic) 2.2% 27.9%
Black 22.3% 13.0%
Hispanic 74.0% 53.8%
Asian Or Pacific Islander 1.0% 4.7%
American Indian Or Native Of Alaska 0.4% 0.5%
Economic GroupsThis DistrictThis State
ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED 87.9% 60.2%
FREE LUNCH ELIGIBLE 81.0% 55.6%
REDUCED LUNCH ELIGIBLE 6.8% 4.6%
For This District Per StudentTotal% Of Total
Instructional Expenditures $5,817 $391,634,000 35.8%
Support Expenditures
Student $569 $38,322,000 3.5%
Staff $581 $39,146,000 3.6%
General Administration $71 $4,749,000 0.4%
School Administration $671 $45,151,000 4.1%
Operation $962 $64,776,000 5.9%
Transportation $491 $33,046,000 3.0%
Other $402 $27,099,000 2.5%
Total Support $3,747 $252,289,000 23.0%
Non-instructional Expenditures $6,704 $451,408,000 41.2%
Total Expenditures $16,268 $1,095,331,000 100.0%
For The State Per StudentTotal% Of Total
Instructional Expenditures $5,522 $30,343,197,000 45.1%
Support Expenditures
Student $466 $2,561,508,000 3.8%
Staff $455 $2,500,600,000 3.7%
General Administration $134 $738,258,000 1.1%
School Administration $550 $3,022,494,000 4.5%
Operation $1,015 $5,579,869,000 8.3%
Transportation $264 $1,451,206,000 2.2%
Other $390 $2,144,042,000 3.2%
Total Support $3,275 $17,997,977,000 26.7%
Non-instructional Expenditures $3,448 $18,947,950,000 28.2%
Total Expenditures $12,245 $67,289,124,000 100.0%
For The Nation Per StudentTotal% Of Total
Instructional Expenditures $7,069 $358,201,987,000 50.3%
Support Expenditures
Student $716 $36,303,849,544 5.1%
Staff $569 $28,839,133,000 4.1%
General Administration $233 $11,807,269,000 1.7%
School Administration $680 $34,450,660,000 4.8%
Operation $1,094 $55,418,509,000 7.8%
Transportation $494 $25,019,268,456 3.5%
Other $430 $21,796,799,000 3.1%
Total Support $4,216 $213,635,488,000 30.0%
Non-instructional Expenditures $2,767 $140,198,177,000 19.7%
Total Expenditures $14,052 $712,035,652,000 100.0%

District Quality Compared to Texas

(10 is best)

Better than of TX school districts.

District Quality Compared to U.S. info

(10 is best)

Better than of U.S. school districts.


    Proficiency in Reading and Math

    Proficiency in Reading

    Proficiency in Math

SchoolGrades
Admin Services School
4250 Cook Rd
Houston, TX, 77072
PK-PK
Albright Middle School
6315 Winkleman
Houston, TX, 77083
07-08
Alexander Elementary School
8500 Brookwulf
Houston, TX, 77099
PK-04
Alief Early College H S School
2811 A Hayes Rd
Houston, TX, 77082
09-12
Alief Isd J A E P School
2525 Murworth
Houston, TX, 77054
06-11
Alief Learning Ctr (6-12) School
4427 Belle Park
Houston, TX, 77072
07-12
Alief Learning Ctr (k-6) School
4427 Belle Park
Houston, TX, 77072
01-06
Alief Middle School
4415 Cook Rd
Houston, TX, 77072
06-08
Best Elementary School
10000 Centre Pkwy
Houston, TX, 77036
PK-04
Boone Elementary School
11400 Bissonnet
Houston, TX, 77099
PK-04
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Ethnic/racial GroupsThis DistrictThis State
White (non-hispanic) 3.4% 27.9%
Black 27.9% 13.0%
Hispanic 56.9% 53.8%
Asian Or Pacific Islander 10.9% 4.7%
American Indian Or Native Of Alaska 0.9% 0.5%
Economic GroupsThis DistrictThis State
ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED 83.8% 60.2%
FREE LUNCH ELIGIBLE 76.4% 55.6%
REDUCED LUNCH ELIGIBLE 7.4% 4.6%
For This District Per StudentTotal% Of Total
Instructional Expenditures $6,559 $303,451,000 55.0%
Support Expenditures
Student $573 $26,517,000 4.8%
Staff $433 $20,016,000 3.6%
General Administration $66 $3,041,000 0.6%
School Administration $602 $27,872,000 5.1%
Operation $907 $41,958,000 7.6%
Transportation $334 $15,447,000 2.8%
Other $230 $10,621,000 1.9%
Total Support $3,144 $145,472,000 26.4%
Non-instructional Expenditures $2,214 $102,411,000 18.6%
Total Expenditures $11,917 $551,334,000 100.0%
For The State Per StudentTotal% Of Total
Instructional Expenditures $5,522 $30,343,197,000 45.1%
Support Expenditures
Student $466 $2,561,508,000 3.8%
Staff $455 $2,500,600,000 3.7%
General Administration $134 $738,258,000 1.1%
School Administration $550 $3,022,494,000 4.5%
Operation $1,015 $5,579,869,000 8.3%
Transportation $264 $1,451,206,000 2.2%
Other $390 $2,144,042,000 3.2%
Total Support $3,275 $17,997,977,000 26.7%
Non-instructional Expenditures $3,448 $18,947,950,000 28.2%
Total Expenditures $12,245 $67,289,124,000 100.0%
For The Nation Per StudentTotal% Of Total
Instructional Expenditures $7,069 $358,201,987,000 50.3%
Support Expenditures
Student $716 $36,303,849,544 5.1%
Staff $569 $28,839,133,000 4.1%
General Administration $233 $11,807,269,000 1.7%
School Administration $680 $34,450,660,000 4.8%
Operation $1,094 $55,418,509,000 7.8%
Transportation $494 $25,019,268,456 3.5%
Other $430 $21,796,799,000 3.1%
Total Support $4,216 $213,635,488,000 30.0%
Non-instructional Expenditures $2,767 $140,198,177,000 19.7%
Total Expenditures $14,052 $712,035,652,000 100.0%

District Quality Compared to Texas

(10 is best)

Better than of TX school districts.

District Quality Compared to U.S. info

(10 is best)

Better than of U.S. school districts.


    Proficiency in Reading and Math

    Proficiency in Reading

    Proficiency in Math

SchoolGrades
Alcott Elementary School
5859 Bellfort
Houston, TX, 77033
PK-05
Almeda Elementary School
14249 Bridgeport Rd
Houston, TX, 77047
PK-05
Anderson Elementary School
5727 Ludington Dr
Houston, TX, 77035
PK-05
Arabic Immersion Magnet School
812 W 28 Th St
Houston, TX, 77008
PK-04
Ashford Elementary School
1815 Shannon Vly Dr
Houston, TX, 77077
PK-05
Askew Elementary School
11200 Wood Lodge Dr
Houston, TX, 77077
PK-05
Atherton Elementary School
2011 Solo St
Houston, TX, 77020
PK-05
Attucks Middle School
4330 Bellfort Blvd
Houston, TX, 77051
06-08
Austin H S School
1700 Dumble
Houston, TX, 77023
09-12
Barrick Elementary School
12001 Winfrey Ln
Houston, TX, 77076
PK-05
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Ethnic/racial GroupsThis DistrictThis State
White (non-hispanic) 9.3% 27.9%
Black 23.0% 13.0%
Hispanic 63.2% 53.8%
Asian Or Pacific Islander 4.2% 4.7%
American Indian Or Native Of Alaska 0.3% 0.5%
Economic GroupsThis DistrictThis State
ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED 79.1% 60.2%
FREE LUNCH ELIGIBLE 79.1% 55.6%
REDUCED LUNCH ELIGIBLE 0.0% 4.6%
For This District Per StudentTotal% Of Total
Instructional Expenditures $5,360 $1,148,041,000 37.6%
Support Expenditures
Student $404 $86,465,000 2.8%
Staff $471 $100,919,000 3.3%
General Administration $119 $25,590,000 0.8%
School Administration $691 $148,065,000 4.9%
Operation $1,214 $259,969,000 8.5%
Transportation $281 $60,098,000 2.0%
Other $418 $89,553,000 2.9%
Total Support $3,598 $770,659,000 25.2%
Non-instructional Expenditures $5,293 $1,133,691,000 37.1%
Total Expenditures $14,252 $3,052,391,000 100.0%
For The State Per StudentTotal% Of Total
Instructional Expenditures $5,522 $30,343,197,000 45.1%
Support Expenditures
Student $466 $2,561,508,000 3.8%
Staff $455 $2,500,600,000 3.7%
General Administration $134 $738,258,000 1.1%
School Administration $550 $3,022,494,000 4.5%
Operation $1,015 $5,579,869,000 8.3%
Transportation $264 $1,451,206,000 2.2%
Other $390 $2,144,042,000 3.2%
Total Support $3,275 $17,997,977,000 26.7%
Non-instructional Expenditures $3,448 $18,947,950,000 28.2%
Total Expenditures $12,245 $67,289,124,000 100.0%
For The Nation Per StudentTotal% Of Total
Instructional Expenditures $7,069 $358,201,987,000 50.3%
Support Expenditures
Student $716 $36,303,849,544 5.1%
Staff $569 $28,839,133,000 4.1%
General Administration $233 $11,807,269,000 1.7%
School Administration $680 $34,450,660,000 4.8%
Operation $1,094 $55,418,509,000 7.8%
Transportation $494 $25,019,268,456 3.5%
Other $430 $21,796,799,000 3.1%
Total Support $4,216 $213,635,488,000 30.0%
Non-instructional Expenditures $2,767 $140,198,177,000 19.7%
Total Expenditures $14,052 $712,035,652,000 100.0%

District Quality Compared to Texas

(10 is best)

Better than of TX school districts.

District Quality Compared to U.S. info

(10 is best)

Better than of U.S. school districts.


    Proficiency in Reading and Math

    Proficiency in Reading

    Proficiency in Math

SchoolGrades
C E King H S School
11433 E Sam Houston Pkwy N
Houston, TX, 77044
09-12
C E King Middle School
8530 C E King Pkwy
Houston, TX, 77044
06-09
Garrett Elementary School
12017 Garrett Rd
Houston, TX, 77044
01-05
H M Carroll Elementary School
10210 C E King Pkwy
Houston, TX, 77044
01-05
High Point East School
8003 E Sam Houston
Houston, TX, 77049
09-12
Kase Academy School
8530 C E King Pkwy
Houston, TX, 77044
09-12
L E Monahan Elementary School
8901 Deep Valley Dr
Houston, TX, 77044
01-05
Michael R Null Middle School
12117 Garrett Rd
Houston, TX, 77044
06-09
Royalwood Elementary School
7715 Royalwood Dr
Houston, TX, 77049
01-05
Sheldon Early Childhood Academy School
17010 Beaumont Hwy
Houston, TX, 77049
PK-KG
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Ethnic/racial GroupsThis DistrictThis State
White (non-hispanic) 5.3% 27.9%
Black 22.8% 13.0%
Hispanic 71.0% 53.8%
Asian Or Pacific Islander 0.5% 4.7%
American Indian Or Native Of Alaska 0.4% 0.5%
Economic GroupsThis DistrictThis State
ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED 82.6% 60.2%
FREE LUNCH ELIGIBLE 75.0% 55.6%
REDUCED LUNCH ELIGIBLE 7.6% 4.6%
For This District Per StudentTotal% Of Total
Instructional Expenditures $6,099 $55,498,000 27.6%
Support Expenditures
Student $292 $2,658,000 1.3%
Staff $386 $3,510,000 1.7%
General Administration $141 $1,287,000 0.6%
School Administration $540 $4,910,000 2.4%
Operation $2,639 $24,014,000 12.0%
Transportation $485 $4,411,000 2.2%
Other $455 $4,139,000 2.1%
Total Support $4,937 $44,929,000 22.4%
Non-instructional Expenditures $11,029 $100,365,000 50.0%
Total Expenditures $22,065 $200,792,000 100.0%
For The State Per StudentTotal% Of Total
Instructional Expenditures $5,522 $30,343,197,000 45.1%
Support Expenditures
Student $466 $2,561,508,000 3.8%
Staff $455 $2,500,600,000 3.7%
General Administration $134 $738,258,000 1.1%
School Administration $550 $3,022,494,000 4.5%
Operation $1,015 $5,579,869,000 8.3%
Transportation $264 $1,451,206,000 2.2%
Other $390 $2,144,042,000 3.2%
Total Support $3,275 $17,997,977,000 26.7%
Non-instructional Expenditures $3,448 $18,947,950,000 28.2%
Total Expenditures $12,245 $67,289,124,000 100.0%
For The Nation Per StudentTotal% Of Total
Instructional Expenditures $7,069 $358,201,987,000 50.3%
Support Expenditures
Student $716 $36,303,849,544 5.1%
Staff $569 $28,839,133,000 4.1%
General Administration $233 $11,807,269,000 1.7%
School Administration $680 $34,450,660,000 4.8%
Operation $1,094 $55,418,509,000 7.8%
Transportation $494 $25,019,268,456 3.5%
Other $430 $21,796,799,000 3.1%
Total Support $4,216 $213,635,488,000 30.0%
Non-instructional Expenditures $2,767 $140,198,177,000 19.7%
Total Expenditures $14,052 $712,035,652,000 100.0%

District Quality Compared to Texas

(10 is best)

Better than of TX school districts.

District Quality Compared to U.S. info

(10 is best)

Better than of U.S. school districts.


    Proficiency in Reading and Math

    Proficiency in Reading

    Proficiency in Math

SchoolGrades
Anderson Elementary School
6218 Lynngate Dr
Spring, TX, 77373
PK-05
Andy Dekaney H S School
22352 Imperial Vly Dr
Houston, TX, 77073
09-12
Bammel Elementary School
17309 Red Oak Dr
Houston, TX, 77090
PK-05
Bammel Middle School
16711 Ella Blvd
Houston, TX, 77090
06-08
Beneke Elementary School
3840 Briarchase Dr
Houston, TX, 77014
PK-05
Carl Wunsche Sr H S School
900 Wunsche Loop
Spring, TX, 77373
09-12
Carolee Booker Elementary School
22352 Imperial Vly
Houston, TX, 77373
PK-05
Chet Burchett Elementary School
3366 James Leo Dr
Spring, TX, 77373
PK-05
Clark Int School
1825 Rushworth Dr
Houston, TX, 77014
KG-05
Clark Pri School
12625 River Laurel
Houston, TX, 77014
PK-01
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Ethnic/racial GroupsThis DistrictThis State
White (non-hispanic) 6.9% 27.9%
Black 39.2% 13.0%
Hispanic 49.3% 53.8%
Asian Or Pacific Islander 2.6% 4.7%
American Indian Or Native Of Alaska 2.0% 0.5%
Economic GroupsThis DistrictThis State
ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED 82.6% 60.2%
FREE LUNCH ELIGIBLE 70.5% 55.6%
REDUCED LUNCH ELIGIBLE 12.1% 4.6%
For This District Per StudentTotal% Of Total
Instructional Expenditures $5,659 $204,475,000 47.9%
Support Expenditures
Student $441 $15,934,000 3.7%
Staff $471 $17,008,000 4.0%
General Administration $76 $2,729,000 0.6%
School Administration $537 $19,410,000 4.5%
Operation $900 $32,504,000 7.6%
Transportation $399 $14,403,000 3.4%
Other $824 $29,772,000 7.0%
Total Support $3,646 $131,760,000 30.8%
Non-instructional Expenditures $2,518 $90,987,000 21.3%
Total Expenditures $11,823 $427,222,000 100.0%
For The State Per StudentTotal% Of Total
Instructional Expenditures $5,522 $30,343,197,000 45.1%
Support Expenditures
Student $466 $2,561,508,000 3.8%
Staff $455 $2,500,600,000 3.7%
General Administration $134 $738,258,000 1.1%
School Administration $550 $3,022,494,000 4.5%
Operation $1,015 $5,579,869,000 8.3%
Transportation $264 $1,451,206,000 2.2%
Other $390 $2,144,042,000 3.2%
Total Support $3,275 $17,997,977,000 26.7%
Non-instructional Expenditures $3,448 $18,947,950,000 28.2%
Total Expenditures $12,245 $67,289,124,000 100.0%
For The Nation Per StudentTotal% Of Total
Instructional Expenditures $7,069 $358,201,987,000 50.3%
Support Expenditures
Student $716 $36,303,849,544 5.1%
Staff $569 $28,839,133,000 4.1%
General Administration $233 $11,807,269,000 1.7%
School Administration $680 $34,450,660,000 4.8%
Operation $1,094 $55,418,509,000 7.8%
Transportation $494 $25,019,268,456 3.5%
Other $430 $21,796,799,000 3.1%
Total Support $4,216 $213,635,488,000 30.0%
Non-instructional Expenditures $2,767 $140,198,177,000 19.7%
Total Expenditures $14,052 $712,035,652,000 100.0%

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