Results for the state’s accountability standards were released by the Texas Education Agency (better known as TEA) today, and many Dallas ISD schools did well. Namely, W. T. White High School received distinction in five out of six categories including reading, math, science, social studies, and post-secondary. All 12 schools in the W. T. White feeder pattern met standards, and many received multiple distinctions as well.
Hillcrest High School also met three of the six distinctions in science, social studies, and post-secondary.
“There is a lot of positive information in this report about individual campuses,” DISD superintendent Mike Miles said in a statement.
Information for the elementary schools such as Kramer, Preston Hollow, and DeGolyer are included as well.
If you want to see the full list of categories met for each campus in DISD, be our guest: