The results are in— Richardson ISD earned a B rating as a district in accountability ratings this year.

For the first time since the 2018-2019 school year, the Texas Education Agency resumed the rating system, which measures what students are learning and how well they’re prepared for the next grade or level.

Schools are rated either A, B or C based on measurements of student achievement, student progress and closing gaps. Anything below C or without enough data is not rated.

So how did our Lake Highlands schools fare? Not too shabby when it comes to elementary schools, at least. Here’s how rated schools measured up.

  • Lake Highlands High School  C
  • Lake Highlands Junior High  C
  • Forest Meadow Junior High  B
  • Hamilton Park Pacesetter Magnet  B
  • Lake Highlands Elementary  B
  • Merriman Park Elementary  B
  • Moss Haven Elementary  B
  • Stults Road Elementary   C
  • White Rock Elementary  A
  • Wallace Elementary   B
  • Thurgood Marshall Elementary  B
  • Northlake Elementary  C