• HEB ISD Data Scorecard

    College, Career, and Military Ready

    HEB ISD provides high-quality ways to prepare for post-secondary success. To make sure students are taking advantage of the opportunities offered, HEB ISD monitors data the Texas Education Agency refers to as "College, Career, and Military Readiness."

    There are many ways a graduating high school student can prove they are ready for the future:

    • College Ready
      • Meet criteria of 3 on AP or 4 on IB examinations
      • Meet TSI criteria (SAT/ACT/TSIA/College Prep course) in reading and mathematics
      • Complete a course for dual credit (9 hours or more in any subject or 3 hours or more in ELAR/mathematics)
      • Earn an associate’s degree
      • Complete an OnRamps course in any subject and earn college credit
    • Military Ready
      • Enlist in the United States Armed Forces
    • Career Ready
      • Earn an industry-based certification
      • CTE coherent sequence coursework completion and credit aligned with approved industry-based certifications (one-half point credit)
      • Graduate with completed IEP and workforce readiness (graduation type codes 04, 05, 54, or 55)
      • Earn a Level I or Level II certificate
      • Graduate under an advanced degree plan and be identified as a current special education student

    The chart below reflects the total percentage of graduates who have gone beyond the minimum graduation requirements to follow at least one of these paths.

    Note: This data lines up with Success Measure 1.4A in HEB ISD's Strategic Plan.