School Report Card
The Clear Creek Independent School District is accountable for student academic performance through a multitude of local, state, and federal assessment and evaluation systems.
Annually, the school district develops a report card to share data on the characteristics the CCISD community says are important when judging the quality of education. These data points are far more comprehensive than the state and federal accountability reports and include statistics from the number of students who earn college readiness certifications and superintendent honors to participation in athletics and level of parental involvement.
2021-22 District Performance Ratings
The TEA has released the 2022 A–F Accountability Ratings for districts and campuses, the first to be issued since 2019 due to two years of COVID-related pauses. Established by House Bill 22 during the 85th Texas Legislature, the A–F Accountability System provides educators, parents, and communities with a transparent view of the academic performance of Texas public schools based on three domains: Student Achievement, School Progress, and Closing the Gaps. This year, to align with Senate Bill 1365, districts and campuses received an A, B or C rating or were assigned a label of Not Rated: Senate Bill 1365, both overall and in each domain. To find a specific campus rating, please visit TXschools.gov.
School Report Cards
The School Report Card (SRC) combines accountability ratings, data from the Texas Academic Performance Reports (TAPR), and financial information to give a broad view of campus performance. Available for each campus in Texas, the SRC is intended to inform parents and guardians about a school’s individual characteristics and its academic performance.
You may find additional information about school report cards on the TEA Performance Reporting - School Report Cards webpage.
Texas Academic Performance Reports
The Texas Academic Performance Reports (TAPR) pull together a wide range of information on the performance of students in each school and district in Texas every year. Performance is shown disaggregated by student groups, including ethnicity and socioeconomic status. The reports also provide extensive information on school and district staff, programs, and student demographics.
The U.S. Department of Education evaluates public school districts on various academic criteria and issues a federal report card for each school and school district in the United States of America. Federal funding is tied to student performance on certain assessments, student economic status, and student services such as special education.
As part of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), the U.S. Department of Education requires each State education agency to prepare and publish an annual report card with state, district, and campus-level data. Additional information about ESSA and federal report cards can be found on TEA’s Performance Reporting - Federal Report Cards webpage.
Student assessment of academic performance is conducted annually by the Texas Education Agency beginning in the 3rd grade.
Additionally, there are opportunities for students in high school to earn college credit on Advanced Placement tests, demonstrate college readiness through the PSAT and SAT exams, and advance in content or grade level based on Credit by Exams.