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Children at Risk released statewide rankings include public schools at all grade levels and use indicators measuring achievement, including graduation rates, students passing STAAR tests at commended levels, college-ready testing, and advanced coursework.
HOUSTON -- Children at Risk, a Houston non-profit, released rankings ranging from district to individual schools. 

The schools are ranked across three indexes: Student Achievement, Campus Performance, and 
Growth.

Children at Risk released the 9th annual School Rankings to serve as an accessible guide for parents, educators, and community members on the performance of local schools and to spark important community dialogue on the quality of public education in Texas.

For more information follow the links to search for your school or school district.

School District Rankings:
  • Canyon ISD ranked 210 out of 953 and received a "B" grade. 
  • Amarillo ISD ranked 490 and received a "C" grade. 
Out of 1193 High Schools:
  • Amarillo High was 138th with an A- ranking; 
  • Canyon High School was 233 with a "B+" ranking 
  • Randall High School was 383 with a "B" ranking 
  • Tascosa High School was 889 with a "D" ranking 
  • Caprock High School was 900 with a "D" ranking 
  • Palo Duro High School was 1096 with a "D" ranking 
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