About Accountability Ratings

  • As a result of HB 22, which was passed into law during the 85th Texas legislative session, the Texas Education Agency was required to develop and implement an A-F State Accountability system for public schools. In this system, campuses and districts are evaluated in three domains: Student Achievement, School Progress, and Closing the Gaps, and overall. Districts were evaluated with A-F ratings for the first time under this new system in 2018 and campuses were evaluated with A-F ratings for the first time in 2019.

    In 2019 Georgetown ISD was rated District received a ‘B’ in Student Achievement, a ‘B’ in School Progress, ‘C’’ in Closing the Gaps and “B” Overall. Campuses across the State received A- F ratings for the first time in 2019.

    The Texas Education Agency has more information about the A-F Accountability System posted on its website.

    You can find Accountability ratings Georgetown ISD and all campuses, as well as districts and campuses across the state at https://txschools.gov/.

2018-2019 Accountability Ratings