East View High School earns 5 distinctions from TEA
Wednesday, January 13, 2016
East View High School, the Georgetown ISD high school serving the newest neighborhoods in Teravista, earned five stars of distinction in the latest accountability report from the Texas Education Agency.
East View met TEA standards in all areas of accountability, and earned distinctions in Academic Achievement in Reading, Science and Social Studies. It also received distinctions in Top 25 Percent Closing Performance Gaps and Postsecondary Readiness.
In the Performance Index Report, East View received index scores of 84 in student achievement and 81 in postsecondary readiness, easily surpassing target scores. East View also met indicators for student performance rates and participation rates, scoring 81 percent and 100 percent in these categories, respectively.
The positive TEA report for East View High School wasn’t the only good news coming from Georgetown ISD in the final months of 2015. In November, the district won voter approval for a $160.6 million bond package that included funding for a new middle school that will serve Teravista. This state-of-the-art school is planned to open in August, 2017, adjacent to Mitchell Elementary School.
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