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Texas Education Agency-2016 Accountability Reports

The Texas Education Agency is the state agency that oversees primary and secondary public education in the state of Texas. It helps deliver education to more than 5 million students. Using this link and the associated search will provide the district rating and all campus ratings for a particular district. You can search for a district by entering the district name, district number, county name, or region number.

Here are noteworthy elementary schools.

Valley View Elementary

Valley View is a child-centered, family-friendly and academically challenging school. Upon entering Valley View one can expect to find highly qualified professionals dedicated to children and their families. VVE is dedicated to children and their social and emotional development.

VVE students enjoy Music, Art, Physical Education, Science laboratories, Gifted and Talented services and more. The school offers full library services, Special Education, Title I, reading intervention and English as a Second Language programs, and has a school nurse and counselor available to help students.

Valley View is proud to host the largest Child Development Center in Eanes ISD. Childcare services are available to employees and the community, enrolling children from infancy through kindergarten.

  • 1201 S. Capital of Texas Highway
    Austin, Texas 78746
    Grades: K-5
    Enrollment: 502
    School Hours: 7:45 a.m.-2:55 p.m.
    Principal: Jennifer Dusek
    Principal’s Secretary: Teri Mansfield
    Office Secretary:  Courtney Edwards

Bridge Point Elementary

Bridge Point secures the highest-quality educators, encourages high levels of parent involvement, and continuously pursues the best instructional methods. The result is a school that enthusiastically adjusts to the needs individual students and has maintained an“Exemplary” rating under the Texas accountability system.

For qualifying students, Bridge Point provides programs to support reading development, Special Education needs, advanced and enriched programs and classes for identified Gifted and Talented students. Supporting a mission statement that commits to “creating a dynamic learning environment dedicated to preparing all students to meet today’s challenges and embrace tomorrow’s opportunities,”

Bridge Point is the largest EISD elementary school with an enrollment of more than 700 students. Bridge Point provides a comprehensive instructional program for all students, including core instruction, Art, Music and PE, and daily fitness period. A spacious library, two computer labs and technology infrastructure also are available for students.

  • 6401 Cedar St. 
    Austin, Texas 78746
    (512) 732-9200
    Grades: K-5
    Enrollment: 736
    School Hours: 7:45 a.m.-2:55 p.m.
    Principal: Heather Meek
    Assistant Principle: Sheri Bryant
    Principals' Secretary: Kristin Gardner

 Here are noteworthy high schools.

Westlake High School

Westlake High School is a comprehensive, four-year public high school. Westlake HS consistently receives recognition at all levels, including its rank among the 100 best high schools in the country by Newsweek magazine. It is one of just a few large, comprehensive high schools in the state to be rated Exemplary and exceeds both regional and state standardized test score averages in all categories. In 2015, Westlake was ranked by as the #1 high school in Texas, #3 open admission comprehensive public high school in the U.S., and #7 in the nation overall.

Westlake HS students excel academically, as well as in music, arts and athletics. WHS consistently boasts impressive numbers in the National Merit competition, as a record 44 finalists received the honor in 2010. Traditionally, about 95 percent of students continue their education after graduation; since 2012 that number has remained above 98%.

Westlake High School offers a full slate of Advanced Placement courses, a Career and Technical Education program, an acclaimed Performing Arts department, as well as special support programs such as The Learning Center and Adult Transition Services.

  • 4100 Westbank Dr.
    Austin, Texas 78746
    (512) 732-9280
    Grades: 9-12
    Enrollment: 2,541
    School Hours: 8:45 a.m.-4:10 p.m.
    Principal: Steve Ramsey
    Executive Asst to the Principal: Laurie Ackerman
    Assistant Principals:
    Paul Cooley
    Michel Froneberger
    Casey Ryan
    Stephen Shands
    Bryan Shippey

Lake Travis High School

Lake Travis High School (LTHS) is a 6A comprehensive high school serving approximately 2,800 students in grades 9 through 12.  There are more than 50 student clubs and organizations.  In addition, a strong athletic program offers participation in 17 competitive sports.  Students also have the opportunity to participate in band, drill team, cheerleading, choir, orchestra, debate, theater, UIL academics, and other fine arts programs.

Lake Travis High School offers more than 210 courses utilizing a multi-level curriculum designed to meet the needs of each student.  Fourteen Pre-AP and 26 Advanced Placement courses are offered in English, math, science, social studies, computer science, other languages, music and art.  A variety of career and technical education courses are offered on our campus.  A special education life skills program is available to meet the needs of identified students.

  • 3324 Ranch Road 620 South 
    Austin, Texas 78738
    (512) 533-6100
    Grades: 9-12
    Enrollment: 2,800
    School Hours: 8:40 a.m.-3:50 p.m.
    Principal: Gordon Butler
    Associate Principal: Wendy Sturdevant
    Assistant Principals:
    Roy Hudson
    Michael Drinkwater
    Darnell Horton

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