Bryan Collegiate High School is one of only 8 percent of public schools in Texas to receive the title of 2016 Honor Roll School from the Educational Results Partnership, ERP, and the Institute for Productivity in Education, IPE.
The Honor Roll is part of a national effort to identify higher-performing schools and highlight successful practices improving outcomes for students.
Jim Lanich, Educational Results Partnership President & CEO, said Bryan Collegiate was a “clear leader in getting students to grade level and beyond.” Lanich said this determination was made after “extensive analysis of student data for every public school in Texas.”
For high schools, Lanich said the partnership’s honor roll recognition includes measures of college readiness in students.
Through national research, the partnership identified a common set of success factors in high-performing honor roll schools and districts. These factors include developing clear learn objectives and evidence-based instructional practices, establishing a system-wide mission of college and career readiness for all students, investing in human capital, maintaining performance data and assessment systems and deploying resources and guidance to support schools.
Bryan Collegiate Principal Christina Richardson said she is excited that the hard work her staff, teachers and students put in every day continues to be recognized by state and national organizations.
Congratulations to Bryan Collegiate for your continued success!
Children First. Always.
About Bryan Collegiate
Bryan Collegiate is recognized in national and Texas rankings by the U.S. News & World Report and ranked on Newsweek’s “Beating the Odds” list. In September, Bryan Collegiate was honored as one of two schools in the Brazos Valley to Earn a TEA “perfect score.”
Bryan Collegiate is a dual credit high school that partners with Blinn College to allow students the opportunity to simultaneously earn high school and college credit. Students select a university major they are interested in pursuing and follow a specific degree plan as they select Blinn courses. Students can earn an associate’s degree at the same time they earn their high school diploma. There are no fees associated with Bryan Collegiate, as Bryan ISD and Blinn College cover the full cost of Blinn tuition and books.