Grapevine-colleyville Independent School District Rankings, Awards & Distinctions
Grapevine-colleyville ISD Statistics:
Number of students: 13,924
Elementary Schools: 11
Middle Schools: 5
High Schools: 4
Cities Served: Grapevine, Colleyville, and designated sections of Euless, Bedford, Hurst and Southlake.
2023 Texas Education Agency (TEA) student achievement index: 92
Note: The student achievement index is the percentage of total student assessments for all subjects tested that meet or exceed the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) achievement standards.
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Awards and Accolades:
Nine GCISD campuses met standards on the 2012 Adequate Yearly Progress Report (AYP) released by the Texas Education Agency.
Colleyville Heritage High School was awarded the 2011 College Readiness Award from the Texas ACT Council for an increase in the amount of students taking the ACT over the last five years.
GCISD practices environmental responsibility through programs and procedures geared toward conservation, recycling and efficient operations. These include regulating temperatures in buildings throughout the district and increasing temperatures on nights and weekends when the buildings are not in use, sustaining a districtwide recycling effort, Green Teams at every campus and facility, no idling signs at each campus, and monitoring water usage through irrigation controls and native landscaping.
Four GCISD schools have been named to the 2011 National Center for Education Achievement's Higher Performing Schools List. Those schools are Colleyville Heritage High School, Colleyville Middle School, O.C. Taylor Elementary and Timberline Elementary. According to the NCEA, schools on the list consistently have more success in preparing students for college and careers than their peers that serve similar student populations. In Texas only 10% of schools are identified as Higher Performing Schools by the organization.
Ten students have been named 2012 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists by the National Merit Scholarship Program, four students have been recognized as National Achievement Scholars by the National Achievement Scholarship Program, and nine students are award recipients from the National Hispanic Recognition Program. In addition, 40 were named National Merit Commended Students.
The average AP exam score for GCISD students was 3.15, well above the state average of 2.56 and the national average of 2.89. Sixty-nine percent of GCISD test-takers scored a three or higher on one or more exams, and 39% scored a four or higher on one or more exams.
GCISD has 11 National Blue Ribbon Schools, including Heritage Elementary School which earned the honor under the “No Child Left Behind” initiative. Blue Ribbon Schools include: