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Old 08-02-2009, 11:12 AM
 
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much maligned cedar hill schools continue to impress. all its elementary schools are either exemplary or recognized, the 9th grade center is recognized, and CHC high school is rated exemplary.

I compared this performance to some northern burb districts. Plano's performance is strong, but it has a middle school (armstrong) rated unacceptable. McKinney has too many elementary schools rated acceptable, and McKinney HS is rated unacceptable


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001 [SIZE=2]CEDAR HILL HIGH SCHOOL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Academically Acceptable
002 [SIZE=2]NINTH GRADE CENTER[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
003 [SIZE=2]CEDAR HILL COLLEGIATE H S[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
007 [SIZE=2]JJAEP[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Not Rated: Other
041 [SIZE=2]W S PERMENTER MIDDLE SCHOOL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Academically Acceptable
042 [SIZE=2]BESSIE COLEMAN MIDDLE SCHOOL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Academically Acceptable
101 [SIZE=2]BRAY ELEMENTARY[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
102 [SIZE=2]PLUMMER EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
103 [SIZE=2]WEST INTERMEDIATE[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
104 [SIZE=2]HIGH POINTE ELEMENTARY[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
105 [SIZE=2]HIGHLANDS ELEMENTARY[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
106 [SIZE=2]BELT LINE INTERMEDIATE[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Academically Acceptable
107 [SIZE=2]WATERFORD OAKS ELEMENTARY[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
108 [SIZE=2]LAKERIDGE ELEMENTARY[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
109 [SIZE=2]JOE WILSON INTERMEDIATE[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Academically Acceptable

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001 [SIZE=2]PLANO SR H S[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
003 [SIZE=2]WILLIAMS H S[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
004 [SIZE=2]VINES H S[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
005 [SIZE=2]CLARK H S[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
006 [SIZE=2]PLANO EAST SR H S[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
007 [SIZE=2]SHEPTON H S[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
009 [SIZE=2]JASPER H S[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
010 [SIZE=2]PLANO WEST SENIOR H S[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
025 [SIZE=2]PLANO JJAEP[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Not Rated: Other
042 [SIZE=2]BOWMAN MIDDLE[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Academically Acceptable
043 [SIZE=2]WILSON MIDDLE[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
044 [SIZE=2]HAGGARD MIDDLE[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
045 [SIZE=2]ARMSTRONG MIDDLE[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Academically Unacceptable
046 [SIZE=2]CARPENTER MIDDLE[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Academically Acceptable
047 [SIZE=2]SCHIMELPFENIG MIDDLE[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
048 [SIZE=2]HENDRICK MIDDLE[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
049 [SIZE=2]RENNER MIDDLE[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Academically Acceptable
050 [SIZE=2]ROBINSON MIDDLE[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
052 [SIZE=2]FRANKFORD MIDDLE[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Academically Acceptable
053 [SIZE=2]C M RICE MIDDLE[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
054 [SIZE=2]MURPHY MIDDLE[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
101 [SIZE=2]JACKSON EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
102 [SIZE=2]MEADOWS EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
103 [SIZE=2]MENDENHALL EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
104 [SIZE=2]SIGLER EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
105 [SIZE=2]MEMORIAL EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Academically Acceptable
106 [SIZE=2]ALDRIDGE EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
108 [SIZE=2]SHEPARD EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
109 [SIZE=2]FORMAN EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Academically Acceptable
111 [SIZE=2]DAVIS EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
112 [SIZE=2]CHRISTIE EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
113 [SIZE=2]WEATHERFORD EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
114 [SIZE=2]HUGHSTON EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
115 [SIZE=2]SAIGLING EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
116 [SIZE=2]WELLS EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
117 [SIZE=2]THOMAS EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
118 [SIZE=2]HARRINGTON EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
119 [SIZE=2]DOOLEY EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
120 [SIZE=2]HUFFMAN EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
121 [SIZE=2]CARLISLE EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
122 [SIZE=2]MATHEWS EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
123 [SIZE=2]BRINKER EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
124 [SIZE=2]DAFFRON EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
125 [SIZE=2]HEDGCOXE EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
126 [SIZE=2]MITCHELL EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
127 [SIZE=2]RASOR EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
128 [SIZE=2]BETHANY EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
129 [SIZE=2]GULLEDGE EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
130 [SIZE=2]ROSE HAGGAR EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
131 [SIZE=2]MILLER EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
132 [SIZE=2]BARKSDALE EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
133 [SIZE=2]SKAGGS EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
134 [SIZE=2]HAUN EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
135 [SIZE=2]MCCALL EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
136 [SIZE=2]BEVERLY EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
138 [SIZE=2]HIGHTOWER EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
139 [SIZE=2]STINSON EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
140 [SIZE=2]ANDREWS EL SCHOOL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
141 [SIZE=2]CENTENNIAL EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
142 [SIZE=2]BOGGESS EL SCHOOL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
143 [SIZE=2]HICKEY EL SCHOOL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
144 [SIZE=2]WYATT EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
145 [SIZE=2]MARTHA HUNT EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
148 [SIZE=2]SCHELL EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
160 [SIZE=2]BEATY EARLY CHILDHOOD SCHOOL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Not Rated: Other PK-K ONLY
161 [SIZE=2]PEARSON EARLY CHILDHOOD[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Not Rated: Other PK-K ONLY
162 [SIZE=2]BARRON EARLY CHILDHOOD SCHOOL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Not Rated: Other PK-K ONLY
213 [SIZE=2]HEAD START[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Not Rated: Other PK-K ONLY




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002 [SIZE=2]MCKINNEY HIGH SCHOOL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Academically Unacceptable
003 [SIZE=2]THE L I N C CTR[/SIZE][SIZE=2] AEA: Academically Acceptable
004 [SIZE=2]MCKINNEY NORTH HIGH SCHOOL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Academically Acceptable
005 [SIZE=2]SERENITY HIGH[/SIZE][SIZE=2] AEA: Academically Acceptable
006 [SIZE=2]COUNTY RESIDENTIAL CENTER[/SIZE][SIZE=2] AEA: Academically Acceptable
007 [SIZE=2]MCKINNEY BOYD HIGH SCHOOL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
041 [SIZE=2]FAUBION MIDDLE[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Academically Acceptable
043 [SIZE=2]DOWELL MIDDLE[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
044 [SIZE=2]SCOTT MORGAN JOHNSON MIDDLE SC[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
045 [SIZE=2]LEONARD EVANS JR MIDDLE SCHOOL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
046 [SIZE=2]DR JACK COCKRILL MIDDLE SCHOOL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
102 [SIZE=2]FINCH EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Academically Acceptable
104 [SIZE=2]WEBB EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
105 [SIZE=2]BURKS EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Academically Acceptable
107 [SIZE=2]CALDWELL EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
108 [SIZE=2]VALLEY CREEK EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
109 [SIZE=2]GLEN OAKS EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
111 [SIZE=2]SLAUGHTER EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
112 [SIZE=2]REUBEN JOHNSON EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
113 [SIZE=2]C T EDDINS EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
115 [SIZE=2]ROY LEE WALKER ELEMENTARY[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
116 [SIZE=2]EARL & LOTTIE WOLFORD ELEMENTA[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
117 [SIZE=2]ARTHUR H MCNEIL ELEMENTARY SCH[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
118 [SIZE=2]ALBERT & IOLA LEE DAVIS MALVER[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Academically Acceptable
119 [SIZE=2]JOSE DE JESUS AND MARIA LUISA[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
120 [SIZE=2]DEAN AND MILDRED BENNETT ELEME[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
121 [SIZE=2]GARY AND BOBBYE JACK MINSHEW E[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
122 [SIZE=2]J B WILMETH EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
123 [SIZE=2]JESSE MCGOWEN EL SCHOOL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
124 [SIZE=2]NAOMI PRESS EL SCHOOL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
197 [SIZE=2]J J A E P[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Not Rated: Other

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Old 08-10-2009, 10:00 AM
 
Location: Lancaster, TX
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Southern Living,
Cedar Hill did very well this year. The Collegiate High School is a great addition to the district and the Ninth Grade Center, which was Academically Unacceptable two years ago, has made a complete turnaround.

The number of Recognized and Exemplary campuses rose throughout the southern suburbs. The breakdown of higher performing campuses by district are as follows:

Cedar Hill ISD: 9 of 14 (64 percent); up from 54 percent in 2008
DeSoto ISD: 5 of 12 (42 percent); no recognized/exemplary campuses in 2008
Duncanville ISD: 13 of 16 (81 percent); up from 69 percent in 2008
Lancaster ISD: 6 of 9 (67 percent); no recognized/exemplary campuses in 2008
Midlothian ISD: 7 of 9 (78 percent); up from 75 percent in 2008
Red Oak ISD: 5 of 7 (71 percent); up from 57 percent in 2008
Waxahachie ISD: 10 of 11 (91 percent); up from 56 percent in 2008.

There are definitely good things going on in schools across our area and the entire Metroplex as well.
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Old 08-10-2009, 10:16 AM
 
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It still want be enough to change many folks mind on this board. Stats are good when they reinforce the northern sector reputation but are skewed when you try to do the same for the southern sector. There will always be "yes but what about this" attitude. I also notice the number of DISD schools that get high marks. I'm glad to see both on the upward swing.
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Old 08-10-2009, 10:55 AM
 
Location: Lancaster, TX
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It still want be enough to change many folks mind on this board. Stats are good when they reinforce the northern sector reputation but are skewed when you try to do the same for the southern sector. There will always be "yes but what about this" attitude. I also notice the number of DISD schools that get high marks. I'm glad to see both on the upward swing.
Its sad, but you are right. No matter how well some campuses perform, there will always be a few that try to devalue it. This is particularly true, when it comes to schools in Dallas ISD, where campuses such as Molina and Sunset (both "Recognized" this year) outperformed a number of suburban high schools that are perceived as better.

Since these ratings are used so heavily to judge schools, I'm just glad to see all of the high performing campuses in Cedar Hill and the other southern suburbs.
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Old 08-11-2009, 12:09 AM
 
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[quote=southern living;10069386] McKinney has too many elementary schools rated acceptable, and McKinney HS is rated unacceptable


102 [SIZE=2]FINCH EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Academically Acceptable
104 [SIZE=2]WEBB EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
105 [SIZE=2]BURKS EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Academically Acceptable
107 [SIZE=2]CALDWELL EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
108 [SIZE=2]VALLEY CREEK EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
109 [SIZE=2]GLEN OAKS EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
111 [SIZE=2]SLAUGHTER EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
112 [SIZE=2]REUBEN JOHNSON EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
113 [SIZE=2]C T EDDINS EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
115 [SIZE=2]ROY LEE WALKER ELEMENTARY[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
116 [SIZE=2]EARL & LOTTIE WOLFORD ELEMENTA[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
117 [SIZE=2]ARTHUR H MCNEIL ELEMENTARY SCH[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
118 [SIZE=2]ALBERT & IOLA LEE DAVIS MALVER[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Academically Acceptable
119 [SIZE=2]JOSE DE JESUS AND MARIA LUISA[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
120 [SIZE=2]DEAN AND MILDRED BENNETT ELEME[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
121 [SIZE=2]GARY AND BOBBYE JACK MINSHEW E[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
122 [SIZE=2]J B WILMETH EL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
123 [SIZE=2]JESSE MCGOWEN EL SCHOOL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Exemplary
124 [SIZE=2]NAOMI PRESS EL SCHOOL[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Recognized
197 [SIZE=2]J J A E P[/SIZE][SIZE=2] Not Rated: Other

There are 22 elementary schools listed not counting JJAEP which was not rated. Out of those 22, only 7 are not rated exemplary. 7 out of 22. So 15 are rated exemplary. 2x the amount that are not rated exemplary, and of those not rated exemplary, 3 are recognized. So that leaves just 4, that are rated acceptable. 4 out of 22. 18%. Would you care to revise that statement?
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Old 08-11-2009, 06:35 AM
 
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having a magnet high school--Collegiate--rated exemplary is not exceptional--that is what it SHOULD be rated--if top scoring students can't ace the TAKS--then who could?
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Old 08-13-2009, 12:06 PM
 
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Im not trying to put down McKinney ISD, which obviously has many great schools.

Cedar Hill collegiate should be, and is, rated exemplary. The 9th grade center (which is not a magnet), is rated recognized. The point is that there are many great choices and good schools in Cedar Hill. Many posters here have erroneously (mostly due to ignorance) painted Cedar Hill schools as being sub-par. This is obviously not true.
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