Georgetown ISD earns high marks from TEA, Niche
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
The Georgetown Independent School District, which serves Teravista’s final neighborhoods offering new homes, has earned high marks in recent reports from the Texas Education Agency and Niche.
All of the Georgetown ISD campuses serving Teravista were rated as “Met Standard” by TEA. Starting in 2019, campuses will be assigned accountability ratings from A-F. Georgetown ISD received an overall accountability rating of B.
East View High School earned four Distinction Designations from TEA, including distinctions for Academic Achievement in Math, Science, and English Language Arts/Reading. East View also earned a distinction for Postsecondary Readiness.
Niche, a nationally respected school review website, has released its 2019 school ratings, and Georgetown ISD earned an overall grade of A. It also received A grades in the categories of Academics, Teachers, Clubs & Activities, and Diversity. The district earned an A- in the College Prep category.
Niche also ranked Georgetown ISD as No. 2 among the 9 public school districts in Williamson County.
Among the individual campuses serving Teravista, Carver Elementary earned an overall Niche grade of B, with an A- for Teachers, a B for Academics and an A for Diversity.
James Tippit Middle School ranks No. 11 on Niche’s list of Standout Middle Schools, out of a total of 96 Niche rated public middle schools in the Austin metro area. This list recognizes public schools that are making a difference in their community, based on rigorous analysis of key statistics.
East View High School ranks No. 6 on the list of Standout High Schools in the Austin area, out of a total of 116 Niche rated public high schools in the region.
Teravista is also proud to be part of the highly regarded Round Rock Independent School District, which serves the completed phases of the community.
Learn more about Teravista’s highly regarded public schools.
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