Klein ISD schools receive 'B' overall in the Texas Education Agency's 2017-18 accountability ratings

  nThe Texas Education Agency released its annual school and district accountability rankings Wednesday morning, which, for the first time reflect the TEAu2019s new A-F system when rating overall districts.

nThe Texas Education Agency released its annual school and district accountability rankings Wednesday morning, which, for the first time reflect the TEAu2019s new A-F system when rating overall districts.

The Texas Education Agency released the 2017-18 accountability ratings for school districts across the state Wednesday.

Here’s how the district ranked in each domain in Klein ISD:

Overall Performance: B
This rating is based on whether the district serves many students well, encourages high academic achievement or academic growth for most students. KISD earned 85 out of 100 possible points.

Student Achievement: B
This rating is based on how much students know and are able to do at the end of the school year. SISD earned 84 of 100 possible points.

School Progress: C
This rating is based on how students perform over time, comparing their progress to similar schools. SISD earned 79 of 100 possible points.

Closing the Gaps: B
This rating is based on the performance of different populations of students. SISD earned 88 of 100 possible points.

For a more in-depth look at how each school performed, visit www.txschools.org. Each of the following campuses received a “Met Standard” rating. Here’s how each campus was graded overall:

Elementary schools



Benfer—87
Benignus—94
Bernshausen—78
Blackshear—76
Brill—92
Ehrhardt—85
Eiland—84
Epps Island—81
Frank—93
French—93
Greenwood Forest—70
Hassler—92
Haude—89
Kaiser—73
Klenk—79
Kohrville—81
Krahn—89
Kreinhop—87
Kuehnle—83
Lemm—82
Mahaffey—94
McDougle±92
Metzler—94
Mittelstadt—78
Mueller—83
Nitsch—76
Northampton—82
Roth—84
Schultz—84
The Grace England Early Childhood/Pre-K Center—85
Theiss—96
Zwink—84

Middle schools


Doerre—88
Hildebrandt—86
Kleb —82
Klein Intermediate—69
Krimmel—84
Schindewolf—83
Strack—87
Ulrich—78
Wunderlich—78

High schools


Klein—84
Klein Cain—82
Klein Collins—83
Klein Forest—70
Klein Oak—89
By Vanessa Holt

A resident of the Houston area since 2011, Vanessa began working in community journalism in her home state of New Jersey in 1996. She joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2016 as a reporter for the Spring/Klein edition and became editor of the paper in March 2017.


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