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Highland Park Independent School District
Highland Park Independent School District general information and student academic performance data at both district and campus levels are provided on this page. Also presented on this page are descriptions, pictures and maps of moderately priced Highland Park ISD homes that currently are for sale.
Highland Park ISD academic profile
DFW school districts rank: 3
Academic performance score: 10
Texas Education Agency accountability grade: A
In addition to its 2019 top-tier DFW school districts ranking, Highland Park Independent School District also is recognized as one of the top school districts in Texas. The ranking methodology used for both the state and metropolitan area best school districts analyses presented on this best DFW school districts rankings page.
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.
Highland Park Independent School District was joined by 11.9 percent of all Texas K-12 school districts in being recognized by the Texas Education Agency (TEA) with an accountabiliy grade of A, the top grade awarded in 2018 to school districts.
Highland Park ISD operates four elementary schools, an intermediate school, a middle school and a high school. These seven schools are attended by approximately 7,000 students who live in Highland Park, University Park and north Dallas.
Highland Park ISD's 2018 TEA STAAR component scaled score is 94. 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.
Students living in the north Dallas suburbs and north Dallas area profiled on this website attend all seven Highland Park ISD schools. As depicted in the 2018 TEA STAARS scores graph (right) and shown in the Highland Park ISD schools table (below), each of these campuses attained TEA STAAR scaled scores between 90 and 100. The TEA accountability rating for all of these schools is Met Standard, the TEA's highest campus rating in 2018. Additional academic performance, student enrollment, teacher staffing and other information about these schools is available by clicking on the campus names.
Highland Park ISD schools
Highland Park High School is ranked first among the best open enrollment public high schools in the Dallas Fort Worth area. Similar rankings for Dallas area middle and elementary schools are available on these DFW best middle schools and DFW best elementary schools pages.
For information about other public schools attended by Highland Park, University Park and north Dallas students click on these park cities schools and north Dallas schools links.
Sources: Highland Park Independent School District and Texas Education Agency.
Moderately priced homes in Highland Park ISD
Shown below is a typical website presentation of currently listed homes that are more or less in the middle of the Highland Park ISD single-family homes price range. A similar presentation of all currently listed Highland Park ISD single-family homes is available on this Highland Park ISD homes for sale page.
The default display order of the property listings shown below is number of days listed, but other sort orders can be selected. The property display also can be easily changed from the default grid display to a detailed list display. If you are viewing this page on a mobile device, a map that shows the location of the selected properties can be displayed by clicking on the map icon.
2805 Amherst Avenue, University Park, TX - $1,750,000
8401 Turtle Creek Boulevard, University Park, TX - $1,800,000
4324 Glenwick Lane, University Park, TX - $1,325,000
2936 Mcfarlin Boulevard, University Park, TX - $1,725,000
4207 University Boulevard, University Park, TX - $1,824,000
4437 Glenwick Lane, University Park, TX - $1,349,000
2724 Milton Avenue, University Park, TX - $1,639,000
4593 Belfort Avenue, Highland Park, TX - $1,099,000
3512 Mcfarlin Boulevard, University Park, TX - $1,575,000
4518 Normandy Avenue, University Park, TX - $1,100,000
4205 Colgate Avenue, University Park, TX - $1,799,000
3717 Binkley Avenue, University Park, TX - $1,575,000
3305 Northwest Parkway, University Park, TX - $1,150,000
4500 Fairway F, Highland Park, TX - $1,475,000
4084 Stanford Avenue, University Park, TX - $1,539,000
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Listing information last updated on January 26th, 2021 at 10:45pm CST.