2007  Longwood's Hamilton Ele., Hamilton Middle & Cy-Fair High Schools were Rated in Texas TOP 100 Schools

Campus Name District Name Lowest grade Highest grade Higher-Performing Subjects Total Eligible Subjects Total Number of High Performing Subjects Percent High Performing
Reading Math Writing Science
Hamilton Ele Cypress-Fairbanks EE 5 0 1 0 1 4 2 50
Campus Name District Name Lowest grade Highest grade Higher-Performing Subjects Total Eligible Subjects Total Number of High Performing Subjects Percent High Performing
Reading Math Writing Social Studies
Hamilton Middle Cypress-Fairbanks 6 8 1 1 1 1 4 4 100
Campus Name District Name Lowest grade Highest grade Higher-Performing Subjects Total Eligible Subjects Total Number of High Performing Subjects Percent High Performing
Reading/Language Arts Math Social Studies Science
Cy-Fair High Cypress-Fairbanks 9 12 0 0 1 0 4 1 25

Articles and news About Longwood's Schools

November 28, 2007 — Nine Cypress-Fairbanks ISD campuses were included among “The Best Public Schools” in the state in the December issue of Texas Monthly magazine.

A total of 859 elementary, middle and high schools in Texas made the grade—based on the National Center for Educational Accountability’s analysis of student test results for the past three years.

Cy-Fair High School was the only CFISD high school recognized, with social studies listed as a “Higher-Performing Subject.”

Aragon Middle School made the list with social studies as a “Higher-Performing Subject,” while Hamilton Middle School received high performance in reading, math, writing and social studies.

Ault , Copeland, Hamilton Ele and Sampson elementary schools had high marks in math and science; Lowery Elementary School had high performance in science; and Yeager Elementary School had high performance in math.

 

 

How Schools were Judged

The National Center for Educational Accountability (NCEA) looked at student test results for the past three years to create this year’s higher-performing schools list. Using NCEA’s own College and Career Readiness (CCR) benchmark as a measuring stick, the top 5 percent of schools are automatically included.

The rest are added because they perform better than predicted using statistical analyses.

For elementary schools, this means students in all grades perform better on the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills (TAKS) than in similar elementary schools in the state.

Middle schools and high schools are on the list because their students’ academic growth on the TAKS is higher than predicted based on their previous test scores.

 

 

 

 

 

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