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Mapping Excellence

In 2008, DISD saw its number of schools rated “Exemplary” and “Recognized” more than double, to 103. This followed Dallas students improving their TAKS scores in nearly every grade and subject.
By D Magazine |

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map courtesy of Peter and Maria Hoey


 1. Anne Frank Elementary
 2. William L. Cabell Elementary
 3. Nathan Adams Elementary
 4. Harry C. Withers Elementary
 5. Tom W. Field Elementary
 6. F.P. Caillet Elementary
 7. John J. Pershing Elementary
 8. Stephen C. Foster Elementary
 9. Arthur Kramer Elementary
 10. Preston Hollow Elementary
 11. Jill Stone Elementary at Vickery Meadow
 12. Highland Meadows Elementary
 13. Henry W. Longfellow Career Exploration Academy (middle)
 14. Maple Lawn Elementary
 15. Arlington Park Community Learning Center (elementary)
 16. Esperanza “Hope” Medrano Elementary
 17. Sam Houston Elementary
 18. Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts
 19. Middle College High
 20. Lakewood Elementary
 21. Robert E. Lee Elementary
 22. John F. Kennedy Learning Center (elementary)
 23. James W. Fannin Elementary
 24. J.W. Ray Learning Center (elementary)
 25. Ignacio Zaragoza Elementary
 26. Mount Auburn Elementary
 27. Martha Turner Reilly Elementary
 28. Casa View Elementary
 29. Reinhardt Elementary
 30. Edwin J. Kiest Elementary
 31. Eladio R. Martinez Learning Center (elementary)
 32. Gabe P. Allen Charter School (elementary)
 33. Arcadia Park Elementary
 34. James S. Hogg Elementary
 35. James Bowie Elementary
 36. Felix G. Botello Elementary
 37. Louise Wolff Kahn Elementary
 38. W.E. Greiner Exploratory Arts Academy (middle)
 39. John F. Peeler Elementary
 40. Lida Hooe Elementary
 41. Celestino Mauricio Soto Jr. Elementary
 42. Mary McLeod Bethune Elementary
 43. Early College at Mountain View (high school)
 44. Arturo Salazar Elementary
 45. Leila P. Cowart Elementary
 46. Winnetka Elementary
 47. Jimmie Tyler Brashear Elementary
 48. Thomas Tolbert Elementary
 49. N.W. Harllee Elementary
 50. Albert Sidney Johnston Elementary
 51. William Brown Miller Elementary
 52. John Neely Bryan Elementary
 53. Erasmo Seguin Community Learning Center (elementary)
 54. Clinton P. Russell Elementary
 55. Elisha M. Pease Elementary
 56. Lisbon Elementary
 57. B.F. Darrell Math, Science and Technology Vanguard (elementary)
 58. Whitney M. Young Jr. Elementary
 59. Ronald Erwin McNair Elementary
 60. Oran M. Roberts Elementary
 61. Paul L. Dunbar Learning Center (elementary)
 62. Edna Rowe Elementary
 63. Phillis Wheatley Elementary
 64. Ascher Silberstein Elementary
 65. Martin Luther King Jr. Learning Center (elementary)
 66. Charles Rice Learning Center (elementary)
 67. H.S. Thompson Learning Center (elementary)
 68. John Ireland Elementary
 69. John Q. Adams Elementary
 70. Henry B. Gonzalez Elementary
 71. Julius Dorsey Elementary
 72. Richard Lagow Elementary
 73. Kleberg Elementary
 74. City Park Elementary
 75. Rosemont Elementary
 76. Rosemont Primary School (elementary)
 77. Harry Stone Montessori (middle)


 1. Everette L. DeGolyer Elementary
 2. Walnut Hill Elementary
 3-4. George Bannerman Dealey Montessori (elementary and middle)
 5. Stonewall Jackson Elementary
 6. Victor H. Hexter Elementary
 7. Alex Sanger Elementary
 8. Ben Milam Elementary
 9. James B. Bonham Elementary
 10. William Lipscomb Elementary
 11-12. William B. Travis TAG Academy (elementary and middle)
 13. Dallas Environmental Science Academy (middle)
 14. Sidney Lanier Expressive Arts Vanguard (elementary)
 15. George Peabody Elementary
 16-21. Yvonne A. Ewell Townview Center (schools for: Public Services, Business and Management, Education and Social Studies, Health Professions, Science and Engineering, TAG)
 22. J.P. Starks Elementary
 23. Harry Stone Montessori Academy (elementary)
 24. Irma Lerma Rangel Young Women’s Leadership School (middle)
 25. Julia C. Frazier Elementary
 26. B.H. Macon Elementary


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