Roby High School Is 1 of Only 76
Congratulations Roby High School on receiving all seven star distinctions on this year's State accountability. This is back-to-back years that we have received the highest award. We are now one of only 76 campuses across the state (which has more than 8,600 campuses) for elementary, junior high, and high school which received all seven distinctions for two years in a row! Great time ahead in Lion Country!
RCISD Officially Becomes a District of Innovation
On Monday, August 22, 2016 the Roby CISD Board of Trustees voted 8-0 to approve the Local Innovation Plan which allows the district to operate with specific exemptions from state law. Roby CISD is very excited to one of the first in Region 14 to complete this process. To view the final plan click the following link.
Roby High School Named to 2015 Texas Honor Roll
Roby High School was named to the 2015 Texas Honor Roll by the Educational Results Partnership (ERP) and the Institute for Productivity in Education. This honor roll recognizes public K-8 and high schools for demonstrating consistently higher levels of student academic achievement, improvement over time, reduction in achievement gaps among ethnic minority and socioeconomically disadvantaged students, and college readiness in students. To identify Honor Roll schools, ERP uses the largest longitudinally-linked system of data in the country.
Roby High School Receives Top Honor
The Texas Education Agency has released the 2015 state accountability ratings for more than 8,600 campuses. 4,388 campuses achieved the Met Standard rating and earned some type of distinction designation. However, only 153 high schools, middle schools and junior high schools earned all seven distinction designations. Roby High School was among the 153 campuses receiving this amazing recognition. Roby High School is among only three in Region 14 including Eula and Cisco High Schools.
"Earning any type of distinction under the state accountability system is commendable and should be a source of pride in a community," said Commissioner of Education Michael Williams. "Achieving all seven distinctions reflects extraordinary work taking place on a campus while affirming a strong commitment to students."