See how each Cy-Fair ISD school was rated in the 2018-19 A-F accountability system

The Texas Education Agency released the 2018-19 accountability ratings for school districts across the state Aug. 15. Cy-Fair ISD received a B for the 2018-19 school year, when the district’s student enrollment was 116,245.

Out of the 86 CFISD campuses that received ratings, 31 earned an A, 45 earned a B, nine earned a C and one earned a D. The interactive map below shows how each school's rating changed year-over-year:

Overall grades are calculated based on performance in three domains: Student Achievement, School Progress and Closing the Gaps, according to the TEA. Here is how the district ranked in each domain:

Student Achievement: B
This rating is based on how much students know and are able to do at the end of the school year. CFISD earned 89 of 100 possible points—two more points than last year.

School Progress: A
This rating is based on how students perform over time, comparing their progress to similar schools. CFISD earned 91 of 100 possible points—three more points than last year.

Closing the Gaps: B
This rating is based on the performance of different populations of students. CFISD earned 89 of 100 possible points—one less point than last year.

For a more in-depth look at how each school performed, visit Here’s how each campus was rated overall:

Elementary schools
Adam—80 (B)
Andre—82 (B)
Ault—86 (B)
Bane—69 (D)
Bang—88 (B)
Birkes—93 (A)
Black—93 (A)
Copeland—92 (A)
Danish—90 (A)
Duryea—82 (B)
Emery—80 (B)
Emmott—75 (C)
Farney—92 (A)
Fiest—83 (B)
Francone—72 (C)
Frazier—78 (C)
Gleason—81 (B)
Hairgrove—92 (A)
Hamilton—91 (A)
Hancock—83 (B)
Hemmenway—78 (C)
Holbrook—89 (B)
Holmsley—80 (B)
Hoover—81 (B)
Horne—81 (B)
Keith—91 (A)
Kirk—80 (B)
Lamkin—85 (B)
Lee—88 (B)
Lieder—82 (B)
Lowery—83 (B)
Matzke—76 (C)
McFee—85 (B)
Metcalf—81 (B)
Millsap—85 (B)
Moore—91 (A)
Owens—78 (C)
Pope—97 (A)
Post—84 (B)
Postma—90 (A)
Reed—82 (B)
Rennell—91 (A)
M. Robinson—79 (C)
A. Robison—90 (A)
Sampson—97 (A)
Sheridan—78 (C)
Swenke—95 (A)
Tipps—85 (B)
Walker—81 (B)
Warner—95 (A)
Wells—93 (A)
Willbern—86 (B)
Wilson—78 (C)
Woodard—90 (A)
Yeager—81 (B)

Middle schools
Anthony—87 (B)
Aragon—91 (A)
Arnold—90 (A)
Bleyl—87 (B)
Campbell—83 (B)
Cook—93 (A)
Dean—83 (B)
Goodson—93 (A)
Hamilton—95 (A)
Hopper—82 (B)
Kahla—84 (B)
Labay—90 (A)
Salyards—92 (A)
Smith—96 (A)
Spillane—95 (A)
Thornton—82 (B)
Truitt—87 (B)
Watkins—83 (B)

High schools
Bridgeland—95 (A)
Cy-Fair—90 (A)
Cypress Creek—89 (B)
Cypress Falls—87 (B)
Cypress Lakes—86 (B)
Cypress Park—86 (B)
Cypress Ranch—93 (A)
Cypress Ridge—88 (B)
Cypress Springs—83 (B)
Cypress Woods—94 (A)
Jersey Village—86 (B)
Langham Creek—90 (A)



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