The University of Texas at Austin High School District (UTHSD) students have consistently demonstrated a long history of successful academic performance. UTHSD participates in the state of Texas Public Education information Management System (PEIMS), which includes data for student demographics and academic performance, personnel, financial, and organizational information. The Texas Education Agency assigns an overall state accountability rating and academic distinctions for each school and district annually based on a variety of measures. Please see the links below to view the state and federal report cards for the The University of Texas at Austin High School and to view the detailed information about the State Accountability Rating System.
2022 State Accountability Overall Rating: B
2022 State Accountability Academic Distinctions:
English Language Arts/Reading
Comparative Academic Growth
Federal School Report Card
Texas School Report Card
Texas Academic Performance Report
In 1999, the UT High School District (UTHSD) opened a full-time online high school for students to earn high school diplomas. Beginning in the fall of 2021, the UT High School District expanded to two full-time online high schools:
- UT High School - for Texas residents
- UT International High School - for Non-Texas residents
Also, beginning in fall 2021, UT High School District acquired state funding for Texas residents to attend the full-time online UTHS for free tuition. For the previous two decades, all students were required to pay tuition and the school received no state or federal funding for high school student programs. Students who live out-of-state or international locations continue to pay private tuition to attend the full-time online UT International High School and the UTHSD does not receive any state or federal funding for these students' programs.
Recently, the Texas Education Agency began requesting UT High School to report data as part of the Public Education Information Management System (PEIMS). Due to the recency of state reporting, UTHSD state data reports are not available from the TEA for past years. In addition, data tracking over time for certain categories may be blank in current reports and will be populated in future years as data over time becomes available.
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For more information about the state and federal report cards and accountability system see the Texas Education Agency's website at the links provided below. For the 2020-2021 academic year, the state of Texas did not rate school districts due to a declared state of disaster.