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**Top 5 Houston Schools Revealed for the 2022-2023 Academic Year by Children at Risk**

HOUSTON – The 2022-2023 academic year rankings for public schools in the Greater Houston Area have been unveiled by Children at Risk.

This year’s list highlights the top 5 high schools, middle schools, and elementary schools in the region, along with the recognition of the Top Gold Ribbon middle and elementary schools. The assessment, which encompasses 1,311 public schools, takes a holistic approach, considering various factors like student achievement, campus performance, student growth, and college readiness, particularly for high schools.

High School Rankings:

  1. Carnegie Vanguard High School (HISD)
  2. Young Women’s College Prep Academy (HISD)
  3. Alief Early College High School (Alief ISD)
  4. Eastwood Academy (HISD)
  5. Challenge Early College High School (HISD)

Junior High School Rankings:

  1. T. H. Rogers School (HISD)
  2. Mandarin Immersion Magnet School (HISD)
  3. Cornerstone Academy (Spring Branch ISD)
  4. Briarmeadow Charter School (HISD)
  5. Beckendorff Junior High School (Katy ISD)

Elementary School Rankings:

  1. Commonwealth Elementary (Fort Bend ISD)
  2. Bess Campbell Elementary School (Lamar Consolidated ISD)
  3. Staford STEM Magna Academy (Stafford ISD)
  4. Griffin Elementary (Katy ISD)
  5. T. H. Rogers School (HISD)

Top Gold Ribbon Elementary School Rankings:

  1. Pleasantville Elementary School (HISD)
  2. Nitsch Elementary (Klein ISD)
  3. Lead Elementary (Conroe ISD)
  4. Moreno Elementary School (HISD)
  5. Southside Elementary (Angleton ISD)

Top Gold Ribbon Middle School:

Austin Middle School (Galveston ISD)

Standout School:

Edward Roberson Middle School (Spring ISD)

Announcement of Top Houston Schools

Children at Risk has disclosed the rankings of public schools in the Greater Houston Area for the 2022-2023 academic year.

Dr. Bob Sanborn, the President and CEO of Children at Risk, along with principals from prominent local schools, addressed the audience during the press conference.

For almost twenty years, Children at Risk has been actively involved in evaluating and ranking public schools in Texas, fostering informed dialogues about the state of public education.

These rankings serve to offer valuable insights to parents, educators, and community members, enabling a nuanced comprehension of local school performance and igniting discussions about the quality of education in Texas.