Pearland ISD saw several trends during the 2021-22 school year when compared to state numbers and the district’s 2020-21 figures.

Patterns for PISD in 2021-22 included enrollment numbers decreasing, the percentage of economically disadvantaged students falling below the state average and the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness scores finishing above the state average.

Across PISD elementary schools, enrollment numbers fell at five campuses. Ten of the district’s 11 elementary schools saw their STAAR score numbers finish above the state average for third- and fourth-grade math and reading exams. All 11 campuses had a lower economically disadvantaged population than the state average.

At PISD’s four middle schools, which include fifth and sixth grades, enrollment figures fell at Rogers Middle School and Sam Jamison Middle School compared to where they were in 2020-21. All STAAR scores were above the state average.

In PISD’s four junior high schools, which include seventh and eighth grades, enrollment fell at Berry Miller Junior High School and Pearland Junior High School East. All STAAR scores were above state average, which included Algebra I end-of-year exams, a high school-level course.

At PISD’s three high schools, enrollment fell at two campuses, Glenda Dawson and Robert Turner College and Career high schools. All STAAR score averages were above the state average, and unofficial graduation rates were above 99%, according to district figures.