The overall rating is based on student achievement, school progress and closing (academic success) gaps among various racial, ethnic and socioeconomic groups. Distinctions are based on performance relative to other campuses across Texas with similar type, size, grade span and student demographics, according to the TEA.
Letter grades and overall scores given to LPISD campuses include the following: La Porte High School, B, 81; La Porte ISD Academy of Viola De Walt High School, B, 83; La Porte Junior High, C, 75; Lomax Junior High, C, 79; James H. Baker Sixth Grade Campus, C, 79; Bayshore Elementary, C, 78; College Park Elementary, B, 85; Heritage Elementary, B, 85; Jennie Reid Elementary, B, 82; La Porte Elementary, A, 92; Lomax Elementary, B, 89; and Leo A. Rizzuto Elementary, A, 94.
La Porte Elementary School earned five distinctions: academic achievement in English language arts/reading, academic achievement in science, postsecondary readiness, top 25 percent in comparative academic growth, and top 25 percent in comparative closing the gaps. Leo A. Rizzuto Elementary School received four distinctions: academic achievement in mathematics, postsecondary readiness, top 25 percent in comparative academic growth, and top 25 percent in comparative closing the gaps.
Jennie Reid Elementary School was awarded distinctions for academic achievement in science and postsecondary readiness, and College Park Elementary School earned distinctions for postsecondary readiness and top 25 percent in comparative closing the gaps. Heritage Elementary School received a distinction for top 25 percent in comparative closing the gaps, and Lomax Elementary School earned a distinction for academic achievement in science.
The La Porte ISD Academy of Viola DeWalt High School is evaluated by alternative education accountability provisions and is not eligible for distinctions.
All campuses met TEA standards for the 2018-19 school year