A non-profit organization called Children at Risk just released their annual Texas school rankings.
The group says the rankings serve as a guide for parent’s educators and the community to spark conversation about the quality of public education.
The annual report gives campuses throughout the state an A through F grade based on state testing results, performance, growth and college readiness.
Out of all the schools ranked locally, College Station ISD had 11 A campuses and No Fs.
Bryan ISD had one A campus and four Fs.
Neither district had heard of the organization when we asked for a response. They chose not to comment on the rankings.
You can find the organization's local rankings under the Related Documents section on this story. For the full state's rankings, click the Related Links section.