The Clear Creek Independent School District has exceeded student academic performance expectations according to the Texas Education Agency. In a newly released 2015 Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR), the school district and all eligible 43 campuses received the highest accountability rating of Met Standard. TAPR describes the educational performance of a District and each campus in relation to the District, the state, and a comparable group of schools. Clear Creek ISD’s STAAR results for the 2014 - 2015 school year were higher than the state average in reading, math, writing, science and social studies. The District’s four-year graduation rate and college/career readiness also exceeded the state average.
“I am continuously impressed with the work of our students and teachers,” said Greg Smith, Superintendent of School. “We use this data as a means to reinforce our daily work. Ratings and results from state standardized test do not define us. Our community shares in this belief as well which is why we have created our own Community-Based Accountability Report.”
Like many school districts in Texas, the Clear Creek Independent School District received a Needs Assistance determination in the area of student performance for students with special needs. This specific determination is due to the State eliminating the ability for a student with special needs to take a modified state assessment. To learn more about this statewide change and the impact on students with special needs, watch this video .
Click here to view the CCISD or campus Texas Academic Performance Report.
Click here to view the 2015 CCISD Community-Based Accountability Report