Outcomes and Results
At Great Hearts, we believe that a humane, liberal education is so much more than test scores and scholarships. We seek to educate the whole person—mind, body, heart, and soul. Nevertheless, Great Hearts Academies consistently surpass the best public and private schools in both academic outcomes and moral formation due to our high standards of instructional quality, academic rigor, and student conduct. As you can see from our impressive results, Great Hearts produces measurable outcomes and effectively prepares our scholars for acceptance into their first-choice university, a fruitful career, and a fulfilling life.
TEA Report Cards
Each year, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) issues a report card for each campus and district throughout the state summarizing enrollment and demographic information, standardized test scores, and more. See below for our most recent report cards.
Great Hearts Graduates
At Great Hearts we seek to prepare all our scholars for acceptance into their first choice university. Our graduates go on to many of the most prestigious universities both in-state and across the nation. We are especially proud of the fact that over 7 out of 10 of them earn merit-based scholarships. Below is a summary of some of the factors we measure.
Great Hearts academies surpass the best public and private schools in academic outcomes, students’ moral formation and co-curricular participation. We prepare our graduates for success in the most selective colleges and universities, which is seen in our impressive results.
We encourage you to explore beyond these numbers – come visit our campus and ask us about how our graduates are thriving at college, how many are completing their studies within 4 years and what they are going on to achieve in their careers.
The class of 2021 by the numbers:
- 689 graduates
- $58,855,545 in merit-based scholarships
- 74% of our grads earned some form of merit aid
- 9 National Merit Finalists
- The average SAT score was 1237, +177 over the national average
- The average ACT score was 27.2, +6.6 points above the national average