Early College High School Earns Texas Honor Roll Recognition

Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD's Early College High School (ECHS) was recently named to the Educational Results Partnership's (ERP) 2023 Honor Roll, a distinction awarded to top-performing schools in Texas.

The ERP Honor Roll recognizes public schools, school districts and charter schools demonstrating exceptional achievement in closing the achievement gap.

"We are proud to recognize CFBISD’s Early College High School as a high-performing school," said Jim Lanich, CEO of the Educational Results Partnership. "This recognition is a testament to the school's dedication to ensuring all students acquire the fundamental skills necessary for success in both college and the workforce."

Selection for the Honor Roll is based on student performance data on the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) test. In 2023, only 12% of Texas schools qualified for the recognition.

The ERP Honor Roll serves as a national effort to engage business leaders in acknowledging successful schools and educational systems. The program aims to identify and showcase  schools while fostering collaboration among educators to share best practices that elevate student achievement.

"The Texas Honor Roll is the only school recognition program based solely on objective student achievement data," Lanich said. "Our goal is to find and celebrate successful schools and encourage educators to learn from each other's best practices to improve student outcomes statewide."

CFBISD is proud of our campuses, like ECHS, who go above and beyond to educate and prepare students for their futures. For more information about this recognition, please visit the ERP Honor Roll website.