Seven Schools Recognized for High Achievement

Cypress, TX (March 15, 2016) Seven CFISD schools have been named to the inaugural 2015 Texas Honor Roll by the Educational Results Partnership (ERP).

The 2015 Honor Roll includes public schools that are recognized for demonstrating consistently high levels of student academic achievement, improvement in achievement over time and reduction in achievement gaps. In its inaugural year, the Texas Honor Roll recognized 713 higher-performing schools that are distinguished for their academic achievement and closing achievement gaps.

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Lee Elementary students showcase a “Robotics Environment Cleaner”

The following CFISD schools were designated as “Star Honor Roll Schools,” recognizing high-performing schools with higher economically disadvantaged populations that successfully closed achievement gaps:

The following CFISD schools were designated as “Scholar Honor Roll Schools,” recognizing high-performing schools without significant levels of economically disadvantaged students:

“The American education system has a secret. Despite a national focus on a failing education system, many of our schools are doing well and successfully preparing students for college and career,” wrote Dr. James Lanich, president and CEO of the ERP, in an award letter. “After an extensive analysis of student data for every public school in Texas, your schools were clear leaders in getting students to grade level proficiency and beyond.”

Visit http://edresults.org/HonorRoll/HonorRoll for more information on the Texas Honor Roll.

Courtesy of the District