AISD's Haves and Have Nots

AISD's Haves and Have Nots


"L" Low-Performing Schools

According to ratings by the Texas Education Agency, there are five low-performing schools in Austin; all are east of I-35.

Johnston High School

Reagan High School

Dobie Middle School

Blackshear Elementary

Oak Springs Elementary


"E" Exemplary Schools

All 14 of the schools that the TEA recognizes as "exemplary" are west of I-35; eight are west of MoPac. None are secondary schools.

Doss Elementary

Zilker Elementary

Patton Elementary

Lee Elementary

Highland Park Elementary

Gullett Elementary

Casis Elementary

Bryker Woods Elementary

Mills Elementary

Baranoff Elementary

Casey Elementary

Hill Elementary

Kiker Elementary

Summit Elementary


(black square) Alliance Schools

There are 13 Alliance Schools in Austin (listed here with their TEA ratings). Eight of the 13 are east of I-35.

Allison Elementary (acceptable)Andrews Elementary (acceptable)

Becker Elementary (recognized)

Brooke Elementary (recognized)

Brown Elementary (acceptable)

Maplewood Elementary (recognized, "acknowledged" for reading)

Pecan Springs Elementary (acceptable)

Ridgetop Elementary (acceptable, "acknowledged" for attendance)

Sunset Valley Elementary (acceptable)

Walnut Creek Elementary (acceptable, "acknowledged" for reading)

Zavala Elementary (recognized)

Webb Middle School (acceptable)

Kealing Junior High School (acceptable)


(black circle) In Relationship With Alliance

Six more schools are currently working with Austin Interfaith organizers and will vote on whether or not to become Alliance schools:

Harris Elementary (acceptable)Pickle Elementary (not ranked)

Norman Elementary (acceptable)

Martin Junior High School (acceptable)

Johnston High School (low performing)

Reagan High School (low performing)

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