Alief Independent School District
Alief Independent School District general and academic performance information at both the district and campus levels are provided on this page.
Alief ISD academic profile
Houston school districts rank: 46
Academic performance score: 5
Texas Education Agency accountability rating: Not Rated: Harvey Provision
The academic performance score provides a quick way to determine approximately where a school district's or school's student academic performance ranks among the performance of students in other Texas districts and schools. School districts and campuses with combined State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) and college readiness indexes ranked in the top ten percent of Texas school districts and schools are awarded an academic performance score of 10, districts and schools with combined academic performance indexes in the ninth decile receive a score of 9, and so on.
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Alief Independent School District operates thirty elementary schools, seven middle schools and five high schools. These 42 schools are attended by approximately 46,200 students who live in Crystal City, Houston and Stafford.
Alief ISD's 2018 TEA STAAR component scaled score is 71. As is further explained in the Texas Education Agency 2018 Accountability Manual, the STAAR scaled score 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. This raw STAAR raw component score is then adjusted or “scaled” by using a conversion table to align accountability letter grades and scores of Texas public school districts and campuses.
As indicated in the 2018 TEA STAARS scores graph (right) and shown in the Alief ISD schools table (below), two Alief ISD campuses attained TEA STAAR scaled scores between 90 and 100, five campuses STAAR scores were between 80 and 89, fourteen had scores between 70 and 79, thirteen scored between 60 and 69 and three Alief ISD campuses had STAAR scaled scores between 50 and 59. The 2018 accountability rating for 37 of the 42 rated Alief ISD schools is Met Standard, the TEA's highest campus rating. The TEA considered the operations of five schools to have been directly and significantly affected by Hurricane Harvey and granted these schools an accountability rating waiver. Additional academic performance, student enrollment, teacher staffing and other information about selected schools is available by clicking on the campus names.
Alief ISD schools
|Albright Middle School||7 - 8||7||81||Met Standard|
|Alexander Elementary School||EE - 4||2||62||Met Standard|
|Alief Early College High School||9 - 12||10||95||Met Standard|
|Alief Middle School||6 - 8||4||72||Met Standard|
|Best Elementary School||PK - 4||1||52||Not Rated: Harvey Provision|
|Boone Elementary School||PK - 4||2||60||Met Standard|
|Budewig Intermediate School||5 - 6||4||75||Met Standard|
|Bush Elementary School||PK - 4||2||64||Met Standard|
|Chambers Elementary School||PK - 4||2||62||Met Standard|
|Chancellor Elementary School||EE - 5||4||72||Met Standard|
|Collins Elementary School||PK - 5||1||56||Not Rated: Harvey Provision|
|Cummings Elementary School||EE - 4||1||58||Not Rated: Harvey Provision|
|Elsik High School||9 - 12||3||64||Met Standard|
|Hastings High School||9 - 12||3||69||Met Standard|
|Hearne Elementary School||EE - 4||2||64||Met Standard|
|Heflin Elementary School||PK - 4||4||71||Met Standard|
|Hicks Elementary School||PK - 4||4||72||Met Standard|
|Holmquist Elementary School||PK - 4||5||73||Met Standard|
|Holub Middle School||7 - 8||5||75||Met Standard|
|Horn Elementary School||EE - 4||1||57||Not Rated: Harvey Provision|
|Kennedy Elementary School||EE - 4||3||69||Met Standard|
|Kerr High School||9 - 12||10||95||Met Standard|
|Killough Middle School||7 - 8||4||73||Met Standard|
|Klentzman Intermediate School||5 - 6||1||58||Met Standard|
|Landis Elementary School||PK - 4||1||56||Not Rated: Harvey Provision|
|Liestman Elementary School||PK - 4||4||71||Met Standard|
|Mahanay Elementary School||EE - 4||7||80||Met Standard|
|Martin Elementary School||PK - 4||2||65||Met Standard|
|Mata Intermediate School||5 - 6||3||73||Met Standard|
|Miller Intermediate School||5 - 6||7||83||Met Standard|
|O'Donnell Middle School||7 - 8||6||76||Met Standard|
|Olle Middle School||7 - 8||2||65||Met Standard|
|Outley Elementary School||PK - 4||7||79||Met Standard|
|Owens Intermediate School||5 - 6||1||64||Met Standard|
|Petrosky Elementary School||PK - 4||6||76||Met Standard|
|Rees Elementary School||EE - 4||5||74||Met Standard|
|Smith Elementary School||PK - 4||2||64||Met Standard|
|Sneed Elementary School||PK - 4||1||57||Not Rated: Harvey Provision|
|Taylor High School||9 - 12||3||65||Met Standard|
|Youens Elementary School||EE - 5||1||59||Met Standard|
|Youngblood Intermediate School||5 - 6||6||80||Met Standard|
|Youngblood Intermediate School||5 - 6||7||80||Met Standard|
Source: Texas Education Agency.
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