The district's average State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness, scores in the "approaches grade level" category were greater than statewide averages in a majority of categories and grade levels.
Across AISD’s 19 elementary schools, the district’s average for STAAR scores was higher than the statewide average with the exception of fifth-grade math. The percentage of economically disadvantaged students was higher than the state average of 60.61% at eight campuses.
In AISD’s junior high schools, STAAR scores were higher than the state average with the exception of seventh-grade math. Three of AISD’s junior high schools had a higher economically disadvantaged student population than the state average.
Five of the eight junior high schools had a higher economically disadvantaged student population than 50%.
Across all end-of-course state exams, AISD’s high school averages were all higher than the state averages. All campuses with the exception of Iowa Colony, which is opening this August, had a lower economically disadvantaged student population than the state average. Three of the high school campuses had an economically disadvantaged student population greater than 50%.