As your children go through high school, choosing the right school is equally important as deciding on a perfect home. High school is when students are given the tools to figure out the paths they want to pursue as adults. There are more subjects and extra-curricular activities that students can choose from. Taking on their interests and passions help to shape the critical decisions they need to make as they plan their future.
Spring High School’s regular student population is 2,777 with a student-teacher ratio of 17.3 students/teacher ratio. The student population at Spring Early College Academy is 429 students and a student-teacher ratio of 17.1 students/teacher ratio.
Spring High School earned a State accountability rating of C (70-79) based on three domains: student achievement, school progress and closing the gaps. Scores are scaled from 0 to 100 to align with letter grades. The school scored 76 in student achievement, 78 in school progress and 71 in closing performance gaps. It scored 76 overall in post-secondary readiness, a broad term that refers to student preparedness to undertake multiple pathways after graduation, or specifically, their preparedness for college education.
On the other hand, Spring Early College Academy performed excellent to earn a State accountability rating of A. The school posted 97 in student achievement, 96 in school progress, 100 in closing performance gaps and 98 overall in post-secondary readiness.
A distinction designation acknowledges districts and campuses for outstanding achievement based on the outcomes of several performance indicators. Distinction designations are awarded for achievement in several areas and are based on performance relative to a group of campuses of similar type, size, grade span, and student demographics.
Based on Racial/Ethnic Groups, Hispanics comprise the biggest group at Spring High School. They make up for 42.89% of student population, followed by African Americans (39.50%), Whites or Caucasians (12.82%), Two or More Races (2.59%), Asians (1.40%) and Native Americans (0.50%).
The student population at Spring Early College Academy is also predominantly by Hispanics at 47.09%, followed by African Americans (30.30%), Whites or Caucasians (12.35%), Asians (7.46%), Two or More Races (2.33%) and Native Americans (0.23%).
In terms of Limited English Proficiency (LEP), a term used in the United States that refers to a person who is not fluent in the English Language, mainly because it is not their native language, Spring High School has a significantly higher number of English Language Learners comprising 10.55% of its student population compared to 7.46% at Spring Early College Academy.
In addition, Spring High School has 10.05% bilingual students, 6.27% are in the gifted and talented program, while 11.88% are in the special education program. This stacks up against Spring Early College Academy with 7.23% bilingual students, 24.94% gifted and talented students and 1.40% students in the special education program.
Spring High School's 160 teachers have been working at the campus for an average of 4.6 years with individual teaching experience averaging nearly 8.7 years. Spring Early College Academy's 25 teachers have been working at the campus for an average of 6.5 years with individual teaching experience averaging close to 12.5 years.
Of its teaching staff, Spring High School no teacher serving the school for over 30 years, has 14 teachers serving the school for 20-30 years, 43 teachers have worked for 11-20 years, 34 teachers have worked for 6-10 years, while 54 teachers have been serving the school for over 1-5 years, including 16 beginning teachers. Spring Early College Academy has one teacher only serving the school for over 30 years, has seven teachers serving the school for 20-30 years, seven teachers have worked for 11-20 years, two teachers have worked for 6-10 years, while six teachers have been serving the school for over 1-5 years, including two beginning teachers.
Spring High School has 26 special education teachers assisted by 31 teacher aides or paraprofessionals. Spring Early College Academy has one special education teachers and 2 teacher aides or paraprofessionals.
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