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How to access your child’s Spring 2019 STAAR results

2019 STAAR Results Portal


May 2019
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According to the Texas Education Agency (TEA), STAAR performance results for the Spring 2019 assessments are scheduled to become available online beginning June 12, 2019.

Results for the Spring 2019 STAAR EOCs (including Algebra I, English I, English II, Biology, and U.S. History) will be available online beginning May 30, 2019.

Parents and guardians will be able to access their child’s results and other resources at via the STAAR Student Portal. Instructions for accessing the STAAR Student Portal are detailed below.

Please note that these dates reflect only the online availability of performance results. Melissa Schools will mail hard copies of the reports to families this summer.

STAAR Student Portal Log In Instructions


  • If you DO know your child’s Unique Student Access Code:
    • Enter your child’s Unique Student Access Code and Date of Birth.
    • Click on “Log in to Student Portal”.
    • You should then see your child’s performance results.
  • If you DO NOT know your child’s Unique Student Access Code:
    • Click on “Find My Unique Student Access Code”.
    • You will then enter three items:
      • Student First Name.
      • Student Social Security Number.
      • Student Date of Birth.
    • Click the “Go” button.
    • After you see “Access Code Lookup Successful”, click the “Go” button again.
    • You should then see your child’s performance results.

How to Read Your Child’s STAAR Results

Please see the definitions below to understand what indicates passing levels for STAAR assessments.

STAAR Results - Scoring Language

  • Did Not Meet Grade Level (Not Passing): Shows a lack of basic understanding of course content — student needs significant support in the coming year.
  • Approaches Grade Level (Passing): Shows some knowledge of course content but may be missing critical elements — student may need additional support in the coming year.
  • Meets Grade Level (Passing): Shows strong knowledge of course content — student is prepared to progress to the next grade.
  • Masters Grade Level (Passing): Shows mastery of the course content — student is on track for college and career readiness.

For more resources, samples, and instructional videos, please visit the TEA’s “Understanding Your Child’s Score” page.

Screenshot image courtesy of the TEA.

Media Contact:
Maddie Coe, Community Relations

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