The Texas Education Agency released the 2021-22 accountability ratings for school districts across the state Aug. 15.

Humble ISD received an B for the 2021-22 school year with 82 out of 100 possible points. According to the TEA, the overall district rating measures whether students are ready for the next grade level and how well the district prepares students for success after high school.

About one-third of districts statewide earned an A rating, and slightly more than half earned a B. Nearly 10% earned a C, while 2.2% earned a D, and 1.3% earned an F, according to an Aug. 15 news release.

“These results show our state’s significant investment in the post-pandemic academic recovery of Texas public school students is bearing fruit,” TEA Commissioner Mike Morath said in a statement. “I’m grateful for the driving force behind this year’s success: our teachers and local school leaders. Statewide policy in Texas continues to remain focused on meeting the needs of students with an accountability system that supports high expectations, robust tutoring supports, rigorous curricular resources and an investment in evidence-based training for our teachers.”

Districts were not rated in the state’s A-F accountability rating system for the past two school years due to the impact of COVID-19 on public schools statewide. HISD received a B rating in 2018-19.

Out of the 41 HISD campuses that received ratings, eight earned an A; 22 earned a B; and 11 earned a C. Four campuses were not rated. The interactive map below shows A campuses in green, B campuses in blue and C campuses in red. Campuses in yellow were not rated.

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

Student Achievement: 83 (B)

  • This rating is based on the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness test results. Graduation rates and how prepared students are for life after high school are also factored into this rating.

School Progress: 82 (B)

  • This rating is based on how students perform over time, comparing their progress to districts with similar student populations.

Closing the Gaps: 81 (B)

  • This rating is based on the district’s ability to ensure success for all student groups.

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

Elementary schools

• Atascocita Springs (B)

• Autumn Creek (B)

• Bear Branch (B)

• Centennial (B)

• Deerwood (B)

• Eagle Springs (A)

• Elm Grove (C)

• Fall Creek (A)

• Foster (B)

• Greentree (B)

• Groves (A)

• Hidden Hollow (B)

• Humble (B)

• Jack M. Fields Sr. (B)

• Lakeland (B)

• Lakeshore (B)

• Maplebrook (B)

• North Belt (B)

• Oak Forest (B)

• Oaks (C)

• Park Lakes (C)

• Pine Forest (Not rated)

• Ridge Creek (B)

• River Pines (B)

• Shadow Forest (A)

• Summerwood (B)

• Timbers (Not rated)

• Whispering Pines (C)

• Willow Creek (A)

• Woodland Hills (B)

Middle schools

• Atascocita (C)

• Autumn Ridge (N/A)

• Creekwood (B)

• Humble (C)

• Kingwood (C)

• Riverwood (A)

• Ross Sterling (C)

• Timberwood (Not rated)

• West Lake (C)

• Woodcreek (C)

High schools

• Atascocita (B)

• Guy M. Sconzo Early College (A)

• Humble (Not rated)

• Kingwood (A)

• Kingwood Park (B)

• Summer Creek (C)

Danica Lloyd contributed to this report.