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Schools Recognized in Local Academic Rankings

April 29, 2015

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From left, Sampson Elementary School students Audrey Schmid, Victoria Zhang, C.J. Friend, Carson Davis and Jack Casey participate in a garden lesson at the school in April 2014. Sampson was the highest-rated CFISD campus in the 2015 Children at Risk/Houston Chronicle annual rankings, ranking 10th out of 870 elementary schools in the Houston area. 

April 29, 2015—Children at Risk, a Houston-based nonprofit organization, has released its 2015 rankings schools in the eight-county greater Houston area. The rankings are not related to state or federal accountability.

Eighty district schools ranked among the top Houston-area schools in the 2015 Children at Risk/Houston Chronicle annual rankings, released on Sunday, April 26.

The rankings include nearly 1,350 campuses from the eight-county Houston region.

The ratings criteria for the annual study included the following variables for elementary and middle schools:

  • student achievement;
  • campus performance; and
  • growth.

 

High schools were rated on the following criteria:

  • student achievement;
  • campus performance;
  • growth; and
  • college readiness.

High Schools

Children at Risk evaluated and ranked 163 high schools in the greater Houston area.

CFISD high schools appearing in the rankings are Cypress Ranch(33), Cypress Woods (38), Cy-Fair (43), Langham Creek (44),Cypress Creek (45), Jersey Village (62), Cypress Falls (63),Cypress Springs (92), Cypress Ridge (99) and Cypress Lakes(106).

 

Middle Schools

Children at Risk evaluated and ranked 315 middle schools in the greater Houston area.

CFISD middle schools appearing in the rankings are Hamilton (21),Spillane (22), Aragon (46), Smith (55), Salyards (57), Goodson(75), Arnold (90), Labay (91), Cook (93), Bleyl (106), Truitt(113), Watkins (138), Kahla (143), Campbell (151), Dean (179),Hopper (188) and Thornton (214).

 

Elementary Schools

Children at Risk evaluated and ranked 870 elementary schools in the greater Houston area.

CFISD elementary schools appearing in the rankings are Sampson(10), Pope (18), Hamilton (26), Warner (28), Swenke (68),Gleason (77), Birkes (78), Keith (80), Black (92), Lamkin (101),Farney (103), Adam (119), Lee (129), Moore (139), Millsap(141), Copeland (147), Rennell (150), Ault (162), Yeager (175),Postma (189), Bang (191), Wilson (193), Hairgrove (202),Matzke (206), Kirk (220), Lowery (226), Jowell (234), Danish(237), Sheridan (240), Holmsley (253), A. Robison (260), Post(270), Tipps (311), Hancock (312), Andre’ (334), Hemmenway(354), Emmott (369), Willbern (383), Fiest (395), Owens (406),Walker (407), McFee (412), Emery (420), M. Robinson (421),Holbrook (476), Lieder (477), Metcalf (483), Duryea (535), Reed(557), Frazier (600), Horne (616), Bane (645) and Francone(650).

 

More information on the Children at Risk / Houston Chronicleannual rankings can be found on the Chronicle website.

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