Families may access a student’s online STAAR Student Report Card by visiting the Texas Assessment website to login to the system using a student’s unique Portal Access Code and date of birth.
What if I do not know my student’s unique access code?
Option 1: If your student has taken a STAAR test previously and you have a STAAR Confidential Student Report/Report Card, the access code is located at the bottom of that report.
Option 2: You may look up the unique access code online. To retrieve this code, click here and complete the student information. When your child’s unique access code is provided on the page, click the blue “Go” button to view test results.
EOC (High School) Summer Retesting Results will be available at the Texas Assessment website on the following dates:
Understanding the STAAR Student Report Card:
Information to help understand the STAAR Student Report Card can be found at this link. This information is available in both English and Spanish.
Paper copies of the STAAR Student Report Card will be available later this summer. Please contact your child’s campus if you have any questions.
The Texas Education Agency publishes STAAR Student Report Cards (SRCs) for all students every year To improve communication and transparency with educators and families, TEA has conducted an overhaul of the STAAR report card.
The goal of the redesign is to create a family-friendly report on student progress, specifically highlighting growth and improvement as much as proficiency, while giving parents concrete tools to help with student learning.
See links below to download the new report card video, the talking points, and/or an overview.
Become an Expert on the New STAAR Student Report in Less Than 10 Minutes
The New STAAR Report Card Talking Points
The New STAAR Report Card at a Glance