Academics Questions

  • How is my child’s school performing academically?

    State and Federal TEA report cards are here.

     

    How do I check my child’s grades?

    Click here to access student grades on Home Access Center (HAC). Parents will need the login and password provided by the District to sign-in, while students will use their district login. To set-up a parent account or for assistance, contact your child’s school.  

     

    When are student report cards distributed?

    Report cards are distributed each six weeks. Student progress reports are issued at the end of the third week of each 6-week marking period.  Click here to access the report card and progress report dates.

     

    What are state testing dates and subjects by grade levels?  

    The Texas Education Agency (TEA) sets the state’s testing dates for school districts across the state. You can review the current testing calendar here.

    The STAAR test is administered to students in reading (grades 3-8), math (grades 3-8), writing (grades 4, 7), science (grades 5, 8), and social studies (grade 6).  High school students take STAAR End-of-Course exams in Algebra I, English I & II, Biology and U.S. History.

     

    Does Irving ISD offer online courses for students?

    Currently enrolled high school students can take free online classes for credit. Classes are administered by certified teachers and available throughout the year. Click here to register.

     

    What are the graduation requirements?

    Irving ISD graduates must meet all state and district requirements as set forth in law.  Click here to learn about credit requirements as are updated with changes from the state.  

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