Rhodes Campus Photo

Academic Performance

Academics aren’t the only measure of a great school, but they are an important one. Every year the Texas Education Agency (TEA) measures whether teaching and learning are happening as expected, and whether students are on track to be ready for college and future careers. San Antonio School Finder uses the most up-to-date information as it is released by TEA. Please note the date next to each data set below.

Overall performance

The Texas Education Agency calculates overall grades for schools based on performance in three key areas, or domains: Student Achievement, School Progress, and Closing the Gaps.

2018-2019 Rating

79 of 100

Where does this rating come from?

This information comes from the Texas state report card. This rating shows how the school performed across all three key areas or domains mentioned above.

Learn more about TEA accountability Visit TXschools.gov for more detail

Student achievement

This score measures the school's overall academic performance.

2018-2019 Achievement in STAAR

Reading 40%

Math 44%

What are these metrics?

The percentage of students who met or mastered the skills and content they need to know in Reading and Math.

Why do these metrics matter?

This data comes from the Texas Academic Performance Reports. This data shows, on average, how many students are ready for the next grade.

Student growth

This score measures the school's overall academic progress.

2018-2019 Growth

Reading 66%

Math 74%

What are these metrics?

The percentage of students who demonstrated expected or accelerated growth in Reading and Math.

Why do these metrics matter?

This data comes from the Texas Academic Performance Reports. A student’s "gain score" is the difference between their state test scores last year and this year. Student progress is then categorized as Limited, Expected, and Accelerated progress. The school's growth score show us the percentage of students in the expected and accelerated categories.

Attendance

Attendance shows that students are engaged and where they need to be to learn.

2017-2018 Attendance rate 95.3%

What are these metrics?

The average percentage of the school's student body present each day.

Why do these metrics matter?

This data comes from the Texas Academic Performance Reports. Because attendance indicates student engagement and readiness to learn, the attendance rate at a school can tell us a lot about the climate of the school and the potential challenges with keeping learning on pace.

Cafeteria Menus
Calendars
Registration
Vaccinations
Buses & Boundaries
District Programs
Safeline
Graduation