What grade did your school get from Texas Education Agency?

View Texas school report cards for San Antonio-area districts

The Texas Education Agency just released school report cards for 2019.

SAN ANTONIO – The Texas Education Agency just released school report cards for 2019.

Each school, or school district, can be found using the search function on TXschools.gov.

Schools are ranked on an A through F system that focuses on measuring student achievement, school progress and closing the gaps.

Elementary and middle schools were rated in student achievement based 100% on STAAR test scores, while high school, K-12 school and school districts were rated on student achievement based on STAAR test scores, college, career and military readiness and graduation rates.

Read 2018's school district scores story from KSAT here

To read the overview for accountability ratings from TEA and see a breakdown of how scores are calculated, click here.

While you can search for a school individually, here's how the San Antonio-area districts fared:

Alamo Heights ISD - A
Basis Texas - A
Bexar County Academy - D
Boerne ISD - A
Brooks Academies of Texas - C
Compass Rose Academy - B
East Central ISD - C
Edgweood ISD - C
Eleanor Kolitz Hebrew Language Academy - A
Fort Sam Houston ISD - A
George Gervin Academy - A
Great Hearts Texas - B
Harlandale ISD - B
Harmony Science Academy (San Antonio) - A
Henry Ford Academy Alameda School - B
Hertiage Academy - B
Inspire Academies - C
Jubilee Academies - C
Judson ISD - B
Lackland ISD - A
Lighthouse Charter School - C
New Frontiers Public Schools Inc - B
North East ISD - B
Northside ISD - B
Por Vida Academy - D
Positive Solutions Charter School - D
Randolph Field ISD - A
San Antonio ISD - B
School of Excellence in Education - B
School of Science and Technology - B
School of Science and Technology D - A
Somerset ISD - B
South San Antonio ISD - C
Southside ISD - C
Southwest ISD - B
Southwest Preparatory School - D

Below are statements KSAT has received from local school districts in regards to the ratings:

Boerne ISD

“The ratings do not measure the pride on our students’ faces when they overcome an obstacle in the classroom. Or the enjoyment when they perform in fine arts, the dedication of student athletes or the wonder when they visit a museum. Our district and its students are more than an ‘A’. We have wonderful students and a fantastic staff. I want to thank them for all their hard work. Boerne ISD is great because they are great!” - Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Thomas Price

Judson ISD

"This is such great news because this has truly been a team effort of so many different people that have been committed to doing what it takes to help our students reach their potential that we knew was there all along. While we are very pleased, this rating is not a final destination. We’ll continue to work to constantly improve the quality of instruction in the classroom.” - Superintendent Dr. Jeanette Ball

San Antonio ISD

“The results we are seeing demonstrate the great work teachers are doing to help our students reach their potential. While there is still a way to go with some campuses, overall we are seeing much stronger academic performance.” - SAISD Superintendent Pedro Martinez

South San ISD

“We are so proud of the success and hard work of our students. The progress we made would not be possible without the dedication, teamwork, and commitment from teachers and staff. Although these results are considered an improvement from the previous year, we should not be satisfied until we become one of the top-rated districts in the state.” - Superintendent Dr. Alexandro Flores

About the Authors:

Mary Claire Patton has been a journalist with KSAT 12 since 2015. She has reported on several high-profile stories during her career at KSAT and specializes in trending news and things to do around Texas and San Antonio.

Stephanie Serna is a weekday anchor on Good Morning San Antonio and GMSA at 9 a.m. She joined the KSAT 12 News team in November 2009 as a general assignments reporter.