2016 Accountability Rating

2016 Accountability Rating
Posted on 11/04/2016
Accountability

Every year, the Reporting Division of the Texas Education Agency is responsible for compiling and
analyzing data to develop and report meaningful accountability ratings that help Texas public schools
meet the educational needs of all students. As part of administering the state’s public school
accountability system, the division publishes accountability information in several different formats,
for different audiences, and for different purposes.

Below, you will find a link to view the 2016 Accountability Summary for Castleberry High School. In the
report you will see that CHS met the standards of each of the 4 indexes used as metrics. They are as
follows:

Student Achievement
Provides a snapshot of student performance across all subjects.  - Student Progress
Provides an opportunity for districts and campuses to receive credit for improving student
performance.
- Closing Performance Gaps
Measures the academic achievement of economically disadvantaged students and the two
lowest performing racial/ethnic student groups.
- Postsecondary Readiness
Emphasizes the role of elementary and middle schools in preparing students for the rigor of high school and importance of earning a high school diploma that prepares students for success in college, the workforce, job training programs, or the military.

Castleberry High School is also proud to boast that it achieved 4 distinctions in the following areas:

- Academic Achievement in ELA/Writing
- Academic Achievement in Math
- Academic Achievement in Science
- Closing Performance Gaps

Click here to see the full report!