Accessing Your Student’s STAAR Results

Detailed test results for the Spring 2022 STAAR End-of-Course (EOC) Assessments were released online in the Texas Assessment Family Portal on June 16, 2022; this applies to students who participated in EOC exams for English I, English II, Algebra, Biology, and/or U.S. History.

For students who participated in the Spring 2022 STAAR for grades 3-8, detailed test results are expected to become available online in the Texas Assessment Family Portal after June 24, 2022. (Note: In an update from the Texas Education Agency (TEA) on June 23, TEA shared that these results will not be posted until the week of June 27 at the earliest.)

You can access your student’s test results online at TexasAssessment.gov either by:

  • using your student’s “Unique Student Access Code” and Date of Birth, or

  • looking up your student’s “Unique Student Access Code” using their First Name, Social Security Number (SSN) or S-Number, and Date of Birth.

How to Log in to the Texas Assessment Family Portal

a screenshot of the Texas Assessment Family Portal login screen

If you DO know your child’s “Unique Student Access Code”:

  1. Visit TexasAssessment.gov.

  2. In the login fields, provide your child’s “Unique Student Access Code” and Date of Birth.

  3. Select the “Sign On” button.

  4. You should be able to review your student’s STAAR performance results.

a screenshot of the screen where parents can look up their child's Unique Access Code to access STAAR results

If you DO NOT know your child’s “Unique Student Access Code”:

  1. Visit TexasAssessment.gov.

  2. Below the login fields, select “Lookup unique access code?” or open this link: Look Up Unique Access Code.

  3. You will then provide the following:

    • Student’s First Name

    • Student’s Social Security Number (SSN) or S-Number

    • Student’s Date of Birth

  4. Select the “Go” button.

  5. After you see “Access Code Lookup Successful”, click the “Go” button again.

  6. You should be able to review your student’s STAAR performance results.

The screenshot images featured in Melissa ISD's online communication regarding STAAR are courtesy of the Texas Education Agency (TEA).