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Elementary and Primary Education
Houston Independent School District
News Release
Sunday, September 25, 2011

HISD Sets Another TBEC Honor Roll Record
Twenty-four District Schools Make the 2011 List

Two dozen HISD schools cracked the 2011 list of Texas Honor Roll Schools issued by the Texas Business and Education Coalition on Friday.

This is a new record for the district, which landed 22 schools on the list a year ago, 21 in 2009, 18 in 2008, and 16 in 2007.

The TBEC Honor Roll recognizes schools that have demonstrated three years of consistent high performance in all subjects on the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills (TAKS) compared with other schools serving similar student populations. The TBEC Honor Roll schools have the highest percentage of students performing at the state's most rigorous standard, "commended" performance, in every subject.

More than 8 percent of HISD campuses earned the honor this year, compared to less than 4 percent of the 8,000-plus public schools in Texas.

HISD’s 2010 TBEC Honor Roll Schools

Bellaire High School

Briarmeadow Charter School

Carnegie Vanguard High School

Carrillo Elementary School

Condit Elementary School

Cornelius Elementary School

De Zavala Elementary School

Debakey High School for Health Professions

East Early College High School

J. P. Henderson Elementary School

High School for the Performing & Visual Arts

Kennedy Elementary School

Kolter Elementary School

Lanier Middle School

Lantrip Elementary School

Lyons Elementary School

Oak Forest Elementary School

Pin Oak Middle School

Project Chrysalis Middle School

River Oaks Elementary

T. H. Rogers School

West University Elementary School

White Elementary Elementary School

Windsor Village Elementary School

The accomplishments of the TBEC Honor Roll schools will be celebrated at the 12th Honor Roll gala celebration on December 2, 2011 in Dallas. 

The Texas Business and Education Coalition was formed by Texas business leaders in 1989 to engage with educators in a long-term effort to improve public education in Texas.




Satori Galveston


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