2016 - 2017 Accountability Rating
Accreditation Status for Belton ISD2016 FIRST Rating2016 Accountability Rating2016-2017 Accreditation StatusA - SuperiorMet StandardAccredited
The accountability ratings for Belton ISD and each campus are reported each year. For 2017, the district ratings for financial, academic, and accreditation status are listed above. 2017 is the third year that the Texas Education Agency has assigned a rating for each district and campus of "met standard." "improvement required," or "not rated" based on student performance on the State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness. Belton ISD and all of its campuses received the state's highest rating, "met standard."
Current School Reports & RatingsDistrict or Campus2016-2017 Accountability Rating2016-2017 TAPR2015-2016 Financial Standard Report2016-2017 School Report CardCampus Improvement PlansBelton ISDMet Standardn/aBelton Early Childhood SchoolMet StandardChisholm Trail ElementaryMet StandardHigh Point ElementaryMet StandardLakewood ElementaryMet StandardLeon Heights ElementaryMet StandardMiller Heights ElementaryMet StandardPirtle ElementaryMet StandardSouthwest ElementaryMet StandardSparta ElementaryMet StandardTarver ElementaryMet StandardLake Belton Middle SchoolMet StandardNorth Belton Middle SchoolMet StandardSouth Belton Middle School
Met StandardBelton High SchoolMet StandardBelton New Tech High @WaskowMet Standard
For an explanation of Performance Indices, please refer to the one page Overview of the Performance Index Framework.
The most current consolidated school report including the accountability ratings, distinctions, financial ratings and community engagement ratings may be found at the BISD Consolidated School Report.
Report on Violent or Criminal Incidents
The Texas Education agency requires all districts to maintain an accurate record of the number, rate, and type of violent or criminal incidents that occur on each district campus. View the 2016-2017 report.
Student Performance in Postsecondary Institutions
TEC Section 39.306 requires each district to publish, as part of its Annual Report, a report on student performance in postsecondary institutions during the 1st year enrolled after graduation from high school. The report is compiled by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB).