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Given the impact of COVID-19, all districts and schools received a label of Not Rated: Declared State of Disaster for their 2020 accountability ratings. Labels and data shown below reflect prior year(s) accountability outcomes.
2019 State Accountability Information
Each year, the Texas Education Agency assigns accountability ratings for public school districts and campuses, based primarily on standardized testing scores.
Burnet CISD earned an accountability rating of “B” – Recognized Performance
Individual campus overall ratings:
Burnet High School B
Quest High School A
Burnet Middle School D
Bertram Elementary B
RJ Richey Elementary C
Shady Grove Elementary* C
*Shady Grove shares the RJ Richey rating due to its PreK - 2nd grade student population.
Under the A-F system, campuses are evaluated in three areas or “domains”:
  • Domain I: Student Achievement
  • Domain II: School Progress
  • Domain III: Closing the Gaps
For additional details about performance in each domain,
visit the Texas School Report Card webpage.
For additional details about the state's Accountability System,
visit the Texas Education Agency's A-F Resources webpage.
Both State and Federal School Report Cards are published each year. School Report Cards combine academic data, demographic information, financial information, and other school data to give a broad view of state, district, or campus composition and performance. State School Report Cards are available only at the campus level. Federal School Report Cards are available for at the state, district, and campus levels. The most recent School Report Cards are posted on this page.
The Division of Performance Reporting is responsible for developing the Texas Academic Performance Reports, which pull together a wide range of information on the performance of students in each school and district in Texas every year. These reports also provide extensive information on staff, finances, programs, and demographics for each school and district. From the information contained in the TAPR, the division also develops and implements the state Accountability Rating system used to rate Texas public schools and school districts. The state accountability rating system includes campuses and districts rated under standard and alternative education accountability (AEA) procedures. Except where noted, the following documents are in PDF format.