SAISD Celebrates Academic Successes

December 16, 2011

San Angelo ISD recently celebrated several outstanding accomplishments, as identified in the annual Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS) Report Card.

The district saw a decrease in the annual dropout rate in grades 7-12, dropping from 3% to 2%. In addition, SAISD gained over 3% in completion rate.

Next, regarding the measure known as College Ready Graduates, the district made great strides, showing an increase of 4% in the combined areas of Math and English Language Arts.

The district has placed a special emphasis on improving scores on college entrance exams through the Princeton Review prep courses. In one year's time, the average SAT score rose from 49 points, reflecting a significant increase.

Finally, a growing number of students are graduating with diplomas representing a high level of accomplishment. 73% of SAISD students finish high school on either the recommended high school plan or the distinguished achievement plan.

The Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS) is an annual report which pulls together a wide range of information on the performance of students in each school and district in Texas collected by the Texas Education Agency's Public Education Information Management System (PEIMS). Additionally, testing contractors provide the agency with scores on standardized tests such as TAKS, SAT, ACT, and others. Other state agencies provide information such as tax rates and property values.

See the links below for more information.

Summary of district celebrations from the 2010-2011 AEIS Report

Full 2010-2011 AEIS Report for San Angelo ISD