Editor's note: This story has been updated to correct that Montgomery ISD received 93 out of 100 possible points for an A rating. The story previously stated the district had received 89 out of 100 points, which was incorrect.

Accountability ratings for school districts were released statewide by the Texas Education Agency on Aug. 15 for the 2021-22 school year.

Montgomery ISD was given an A rating, scoring 93 out of 100 possible points. According to a release from MISD, Superintendent Heath Morrison said he attributed the high overall rating to the quick return to traditional in-person learning for the district during the pandemic.

“In fall 2020, we emphasized having students return to in-person instruction as quickly as possible, which allowed them to stay on track, minimizing the impacts of COVID[-19]-related disruptions to their learning environments,” Morrison said in the release.

Seventy percent of MISD schools received an A, and no schools received less than a B rating, TEA data shows.

MISD also received an A rating in the 2018-19 school year. No ratings were given during the 2019-20 or 2020-21 school years.

“As a district, we are pleased that our test scores reflect growth in student learning,” Morrison said in the release. “We are grateful for the combined efforts of our outstanding teachers and supportive families for their commitment to student success.”

Elementary schools:

  • Keenan Elementary: 94 (A)

  • Lincoln Elementary: 92 (A)

  • Lone Star Elementary: 91 (A)

  • Madeley Ranch Elementary: 95 (A)

  • Montgomery Elementary: 91 (A)

  • Stewart Creek Elementary: 88 (B)

Middle schools:

  • Montgomery Junior High: 93 (A)

  • Oak Hills Junior High: 93 (A)

High schools:

  • Lane Creek High School: 88 (B)

  • Montgomery High School: 88 (B)