Thirty-three Houston Independent School District campuses have been named to the 2018-2019 Educational Results Partnership (ERP) Texas Honor Roll for their high achievement and student success rates.
“We applaud our hard-working teachers, staff, and students,” said HISD Interim Superintendent Grenita Lathan. “We are especially proud of our schools that despite the high-poverty levels, they still have high-achieving results.”
Schools can earn a spot on the ERP Honor Roll in three categories: Star – high-achieving, high-poverty campuses; Scholar – high-achieving, low-poverty campuses; or STEM – top 10 percent of high-poverty, high-achieving campuses in math and science.
Twenty-four HISD schools were designated as Star Schools and nine were designated Scholar Schools. In addition, three HISD schools were designated as Star and STEM Schools.
HISD 2018-2019 ERP Texas Honor Roll schools are:
- Elementary: Carrillo, De Chaumes, DeAnda, Field, Foster, Herod, Lovett, Lyons, Park Place, Red, White, Condit
- Middle: Stevenson, West Briar, Project Chrysalis
- High: Challenge Early College, East Early College, Eastwood, Energized for STEM Academy Southwest, Houston Academy for International Studies, North Houston Early College, Westside, DeBakey HS for Health Professions
- Multi-grade: Briarmeadow Charter
- Elementary: Bush, Horn, Mandarin Immersion, River Oaks, Roberts, West University
- Middle: Lanier
- High: Carnegie Vanguard
- Multi-grade: TH Rogers
Star and STEM Schools
- Elementary: Condit
- Middle: Project Chrysalis
- High: DeBakey – Health Professions
The Educational Results Partnership (ERP) is a national non-profit organization that uses data science to help improve students’ academic achievement levels and prepare them for careers in a global economy.