Understanding Your Child's Score
Learn About Your Child's Test Score in the STAAR Alternate 2 Report Card
Every student who takes the STAAR Alternate 2 test receives a STAAR Alternate 2 Report Card that helps parents see where their child is doing well and where he or she may need extra help.
A Walkthrough of the STAAR Alternate 2 Report Card
No matter what grade your child is in, this grade 8 sample report card will help guide you through the report and understand your child's STAAR Alternate 2 results.
Explore the areas on this sample STAAR Alternate 2 Report Card to learn what they mean.
How To Understand Performance
Your child’s scores include performance scores for each subject area. Here are the performance levels and what they mean:
Level III: Accomplished
Students exhibit the ability to use higher-level thinking and more complex skills, which includes making inferences, comparisons, and solving multi-step problems.
Level II: Satisfactory
Students exhibit the ability to determine relationships, integrate multiple pieces of information, extend details, identify concepts, and match concepts that are similar.
Level I: Developing
Students are able to acknowledge concepts, but they demonstrate a minimal or inconsistent understanding of the knowledge and skills that are linked to content measured in this grade or course.
Check out the links below to quickly get where you need to go:
STAAR Out-of-School/Out-of-District Testing
- STAAR Out-of-School and Out-of-District Test Site Registration Form
- STAAR Out-of-School and Out-of-District Test Site Directory (Coming Soon)
- STAAR Out-of-School and Out-of-District Examinee Registration Form (Coming Soon)
- Frequently Asked Questions