How Good are the Schools? SAT Scores in the Austin Area
published on July 22, 2016
How good are the schools? This is one of the most important questions homebuyers can face when choosing a neighborhood to call home. As it turns out, there are a variety of central Texas schools and districts that show solid SAT scores, a good indicator of the school’s overall academic level.
The Austin Business Journal reported average SAT scores at public high schools based on the Texas Education Agency’s Texas Academic Performance Reports and found that Austin Independent School District, Round Rock Independent School District, Eanes Independent School District, Leander Independent School District, and Lake Travis Independent School District all have schools in the top ten.
Here are the top 15 schools for SAT scores in the Austin area:
- Austin ISD: LASA, Score of 1982
- Round Rock ISD: Westwood, Score of 1821
- Eanes ISD: Westlake, Score of 1799
- Leander ISD: Vandergrift, Score of 1693
- Austin ISD: Anderson, Score of 1685
- Lake Travis ISD: Lake Travis, Score of 1670
- Austin ISD: Garza Independence, Score of 1653
- Leander ISD: Cedar Park, Score of 1645
- Round Rock ISD: McNeil, Score of 1639
- Austin ISD: McCallum, Score of 1622
- Dripping Springs ISD: Dripping Springs, Score of 1619
- Wimberley ISD: Wimberley, Score of 1619
- Austin ISD: Ann Richards School for Young Women Leaders, Score of 1612
- Round Rock ISD: Round Rock, Score of 1605
- Austin ISD: Bowie, Score of 1598
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