State accountability ratings are based on three domains: Student Achievement, Student Progress, and Closing the Gaps. The linked document below provides a summary of domain results as well as an overall result for this campus. The scaled score is a numeric score that has been scaled
from 0 to 100 for comparability across domains. In 2018, to receive the Met Standard or Met Alternative Standard accountability rating, campuses must meet a scaled score of 60 or above.
For 2018 state accountability, campuses are rated as Met Standard, Improvement Required, or Not Rated. The rating, Met Alternative Standard, is assigned to charters and alternative education campuses evaluated under alternative education accountability (AEA) provisions.
Irvin High School has received a Met Standards rating for the 2017-2018 school year by the Texas Education Agency. The link below will provide access to the document for review.