The Texas Education Agency’s Department of Assessment and Accountability released its final 2015 accountability ratings Monday, which show that all Erath County schools have met the standard.

“I’m extremely pleased to be showing academic growth in year two,” Matt Underwood, SISD superintendent, said.

Stephenville ISD met standards in all four categories, which include; student achievement, student progress, closing performance gaps and postsecondary readiness. Here is a breakdown of each school.

Stephenville High School scored an 81 in student achievement, out of a target score of 60; a score of 36 for student progress, out of a target score of 20; a score of 41 in closing performance gaps, out of a target score of 28; and a score of 78 in postsecondary readiness, out of a target score of 57. SHS received distinctions for its academic achievements in reading/ELA, mathematics, science, social studies and postsecondary readiness.

Henderson Junior High scored an 82 in student achievement, out of a target score of 60; 46 in student progress, out of a target score of 28; 43 in closing performance gaps, out of a target score of 27; and 34 in postsecondary readiness, out of a target score of 13. The school also received a distinction in being in the top 25 percent of student progress.

Gilbert Intermediate scored an 82 in student achievement, out of a target score of 60; a 36 in student progress, out of a target score of 28; a 41 in closing performance gaps, out of a target score of 27; and a 40 in postsecondary, out of a target score of 13.

Hook, Chamberlin and Central elementary schools were grouped together and scored a 73 in student achievement, out of a target score of 60; a 31 in student progress, out of a target score of 30; a 34 in closing performance gaps, out of a target score of 28; and a 35 in postsecondary readiness, out of a target score of 12.

“I think our focus will be on index 4, postsecondary readiness. I think we can do better than we’re already doing,” Underwood said. “I think we can show some serious gains in the next two or three years.”

All other Erath County school districts met the standards in all four categories. Here is a breakdown of those district scores.

Dublin ISD:

Student achievement - 73 (target score = 60)

Student progress - 37 (target score = 20)

Closing performance gaps - 35 (target score = 28)

Postsecondary readiness - 79 (target score = 57)

Hico ISD:

Student achievement - 88 (target score 60)

Student progress - 36 (target score 20)

Closing performance gaps - 49 (target score 28)

Postsecondary readiness - 75 (target score 57)

Huckabay ISD:

Student achievement - 81 (target score 60)

Student progress - 32 (target score 15)

Closing performance gaps - 41 (target score 31)

Postsecondary readiness - 47 (target score 21)

Lingleville ISD:

Student achievement - 74 (target score 60)

Student progress - 40 (target score 15)

Closing performance gaps - 33 (target score 31)

Postsecondary readiness - 80 (target score 57)

Morgan Mill ISD:

Student achievement - 86 (target score 60)

Student progress - 36 (target score 30)

Closing performance gaps - 46 (target score 28)

Postsecondary readiness - 41 (target score 12)

“Nearly 94 percent of districts and around 88 percent of public schools in Texas have met minimum education standards in the final year before shifting to an A-F letter grade accountability system,” the AP released in an article Monday. “Critics complain that Texas has watered down its accountability rating to near meaningless. Starting next academic year, though, the state will begin rating schools and districts with a system that includes controversial ‘Fs.’"