Editor's note: This story has been updated with a comment from the district.

Updated Aug. 16 4 p.m.

The Texas Education Agency released statewide accountability ratings of school districts for the 2021-22 school year on Aug. 15.

Conroe ISD was given a ‘B’ rating, scoring an 89 out of 100 possible points. A news release from the TEA said scores have overall increased since 2019. Scores have not been issued since 2019 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

CISD also received a ‘B’ in the 2018-19 school year.

“These results show our state’s significant investment in the post-pandemic academic recovery of Texas public school students is bearing fruit,” Texas Education Commissioner Mike Morath said in the release. “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.”

Conroe ISD officials said in a statement the district is reviewing the data to gauge progress over the past two years.

"We are proud of the hard work of our students and staff over the past two years," CISD Director of Communications Sarah Blakelock said. "We appreciate all data that helps us refocus our efforts to recover lost learning and help each and every student achieve his/her full academic potential. District and campus staff have already begun reviewing the data and developing plans, and we are looking forward to the learning opportunities that come with our new school year."

The district rating reflects students’ preparedness for the next grade level and for post-graduation success, according to the TEA.

Out of 59 CISD campuses that received ratings, 22 received an ‘A’, 25 received a ‘B’ and 12 received a ‘C’.

Districts are rated on Student Achievement, School Progress and Closing the Gaps.

Student Achievement measures how students perform on the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness exams. School Progress measures how students perform over time compared to districts with similar enrollment demographics, and Closing the Gaps measures a district’s ability to ensure all student groups are able to be successful.

CISD received an 89 (B) in each category. Here is the overall rating for each CISD school:

Elementary schools:

Anderson Elementary: 87 (B)

Armstrong Elementary: 78 (C)

Austin Elementary: 88 (B)

Birnham Woods Elementary: 88 (B)

Bradley Elementary: 94 (A)

Broadway Elementary: 94 (A)

Buckalew Elementary: 97 (A)

Bush Elementary: 94 (A)

Creighton Elementary: 77 (C)

David Elementary: 97 (A)

Deretchin Elementary: 97 (A)

Ford Elementary: 74 (C)

Galatas Elementary: 90 (A)

Giesinger Elementary: 86 (B)

Glen Loch Elementary: 92 (A)

Hailey Elementary: 82 (B)

Hope Elementary: 88 (B)

Houser Elementary: 83 (B)

Houston Elementary: 75 (C)

Kaufman Elementary: 87 (B)

Lamar Elementary: 81 (B)

Milam Elementary: 78 (C)

Oak Ridge Elementary: 82 (B)

Patterson Elementary: 85 (B)

Powell Elementary: 92 (A)

Reaves Elementary: 88 (B)

Rice Elementary: 84 (B)

Ride Elementary: 89 (B)

Runyan Elementary: 79 (C)

San Jacinto Elementary: 76 (C)

Snyder Elementary: 96 (A)

Stewart Elementary: 91 (A)

Suchma Elementary: 92 (A)

Tough Elementary: 97 (A)

Wilkinson Elementary: 87 (B)

Middle schools:

Bozman Intermediate: 82 (B)

Clark Intermediate: 92 (A)

Collins Intermediate: 95 (A)

Cox Intermediate: 90 (A)

Cryar Intermediate: 86 (B)

Grangerland Intermediate: 74 (C)

Irons Junior High: 86 (B)

Knox Junior High: 91 (A)

McCullough Junior High: 93 (A)

Moorhead Junior High: 81 (B)

Peet Junior High: 85 (B)

Stockton Junior High: 79 (C)

Travis Intermediate: 79 (C)

Vogel Intermediate: 89 (B)

Wilkerson Intermediate: 81 (B)

York Junior High: 93 (A)

High schools:

Caney Creek: 77 (C)

College Park: 92 (A)

Conroe: 78 (C)

Grand Oaks: 87 (B)

Oak Ridge: 85 (B)

Washington: 88 (B)

The Woodlands: 95 (A)