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All Campuses Met Standard; District Earns 25 Distinctions


The Texas Education Agency released its ratings for the 2016-17 school year; the district and all 13 Cedar Hill ISD schools met standard, the state’s highest rating, and increased in performance in all four indexes used to determine the rating. The state-determined Indexes include student achievement, student progress, closing performance gaps and postsecondary readiness. Additionally, the district received 25 distinctions; six more than the previous school year. Collegiate Academy Middle School and Cedar Hill Collegiate High School earned all distinctions applicable to the campuses.  


According to the TEA, distinctions are awarded to campuses based on achievement in performance. Depending on campus grade levels and type, the number of potential distinction designations can vary.  


Below is a list of campuses and their distinctions.


Collegiate Prep Elementary

Reading/English Language Arts Performance

Student Progress

Closing Performance Gaps

Postsecondary Readiness


High Pointe Elementary

Student Progress


Lake Ridge Elementary

Reading/English Language Arts Performance

Student Progress

Postsecondary Readiness


Plummer Elementary

Reading/English Language Arts Performance

Science Performance

Student Progress


Bessie Coleman Middle School

Student Progress


Collegiate Academy Middle School

Reading/English Language Arts Performance

Math Performance

Student Progress

Closing Performance Gaps

Postsecondary Readiness


Permenter Middle School

Student Progress


Cedar Hill Collegiate High School

Reading/ELA Performance

Math Performance

Science Performance

Social Studies performance

Student Progress

Closing the Performance Gaps

Postsecondary Readiness