Carver, Eisenhower and Victory Early College High Schools made Niche’s 2016 Rankings. The research site based the rankings on several factors including state test scores and college readiness.
Victory Early College High School received an overall grade of “A.” The campus ranked 30th among the 100 Best Public High Schools in the Houston Metro area. In the state, Victory made the top 100 Best High Schools.
This is the third time Victory ECHS received an “A”.
Carver High School received an academic grade of “B+”. The campus ranked 17th in Best Magnet High Schools in the Houston Metro area. Eisenhower High School received an academic grade of “B-” and ranked 23rd in the same category.
Eisenhower and Carver also made the list of Best Magnet High Schools in Texas. Carver ranked 47th while Ike ranked 55th.
The academics grade issued by Niche is the most important factor in the ranking. It carries a weight of 50 percent. Other factors include educational outcomes, demographics and survey responses.
According to the Niche website, “it’s important to focus on more than just the number. Given the high number of schools included … there may not be a large gap between the 15th and 30th ranked schools in a ranking. In reality, both are exceptional schools when compared to the total population of all schools. Grades can often provide a greater context … of how each school or district performs compared to all other schools or districts included in the ranking.”
Aldine HS: B
Carver HS: B+
Davis HS: B-
Eisenhower HS: B-
Hall Center for Education: C+
MacArthur HS: B+
Nimitz HS: B-
Each K-12 school has a profile on Niche. This includes in-depth data containing reviews, test scores as well as parent and student polls. The district received an overall grade of “B-” based on school results.
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