Everman Independent School District

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Everman Independent School District
Everman, Texas
United States of America
District information
Type Public
Superintendent Curtis Amos[1]
Governing agency Texas Education Agency
Budget $54.4 million[2]
District ID 4818810[3]
Students and staff
Students 5,609[4]
Teachers 350.0[4]
Staff 728.2[4]
Other information
Website http://www.eisd.org

Everman Independent School District is a public school district based in Everman, Texas (USA). In addition to Everman, the district serves portions of Fort Worth, Forest Hill, and Rendon

In 2011, the school district was rated "academically acceptable" by the Texas Education Agency.[5] The Texas Education Agency's college readiness performance data shows that only 3.9% (8 out of 206 students) of the graduates of the class of 2010 of the Everman school district met TEA's average performance criterion on SAT or ACT college admission tests. [6]


High Schools (Grades 9-12)[edit]

Junior High Schools (Grades 6-8)[edit]

Intermediate School (Grade 5)[edit]

Elementary Schools (Grades PK-4)[edit]



STAAR - Percent at Level II Satisfactory Standard or Above (Sum of All Grades Tested)[4]
Subject Everman ISD Region 11 State of Texas
Reading 70% 76% 73%
Mathematics 75% 78% 76%
Writing 65% 72% 69%
Science 75% 81% 79%
Soc. Studies 72% 80% 77%
All Tests 72% 77% 75%

Local region and statewide averages on standardized tests typically exceed the average scores of students in Everman. In 2015-2016 State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) results, 72% of students in Everman ISD met Level II Satisfactory standards, compared with 77% in Region 11 and 75% in the state of Texas.[4] The average SAT score of the class of 2015 was 1217, and the average ACT score was 17.8.[4]


In the 2015-2016 school year, the school district had a total of 5,609 students, ranging from early childhood education and pre-kindergarten through grade 12. The class of 2015 included 313 graduates; the annual drop-out rate across grades 9-12 was 1.2%.[4]

As of the 2015-2016 school year, the ethnic distribution of the school district was 55.9% Hispanic, 37.5% African American, 4.2% White, 0.5% Asian, 0.2% American Indian, 0.1% Pacific Islander, and 1.6% from two or more races. Economically disadvantaged students made up 89.3% of the student body.[4]


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