STAAR Test Reporting

When to Access Your Student’s Results

Grade 3, All Subjects Monday, June 28
Grade 4, All Subjects Monday, June 28
Grade 5, Math and Reading Monday, June 21
Grade 5, Science Monday, June 28 
Grade 6, All Subjects Monday, June 28
Grade 7, All Subjects Monday, June 28 
Grade 8, Math and Reading Monday, June 21 
Grade 8, Science and Social Studies Monday, June 28 
End-of-Course Exams, All Subjects Tuesday, June 15 

How to Access Your Student’s Results

For students in grades 4 and above during the 2020-21 school year:

  1. Log on to Home Access Center at

    • Parents should use their Gateway ID Number (ex. G999999)

    • Students should use their lunch ID

  2. Once logged in, select the “Grades” tab at the top of the screen

  3. Under the “Texas Test Scores” tab, select the appropriate link. You will automatically be logged into the Texas Student Portal and be able to access your student’s STAAR results.

2021 Accessing Student STAAR Results

You may also choose to access your results directly from the website, but you will need to enter your student’s first name, social security number and date of birth to retrieve his or her unique access code before attempting to log in. See directions here.

For students in third grade during the 2021-school year:

  1. Log on to the Texas Student Portal at with your student’s unique access code and date of birth. The access code will be emailed to third grade parents by June 25. 

    • If you do not have the access code, you may look it up by entering your student’s first name, social security number and date of birth. See directions here

Email Support
If you are having difficulty accessing your student’s STAAR results, email Provide your student’s first and last name, student ID and a detailed message about the problem you are having and someone will contact you. Please allow three business days for a response.

Frequently Asked Questions

Please visit for information about your child's STAAR report card.  If you still have questions regarding your child’s STAAR scores, you may call or e-mail your child’s campus administration with questions.

Yes. TEC §28.0211(a-1) requires school districts to provide accelerated instruction in the applicable subject area each time a student fails to perform satisfactorily on an assessment administered in grades 3–8 (i.e., does not achieve Approaches Grade Level).

For students in elementary school, your child’s teacher may provide this accelerated instruction throughout the year during the school day.

For students in middle school, your child ‚Äčmay receive accelerated instruction through an additional math and/or reading course. Your child’s campus counselor or administration will contact you regarding any specific changes to your child’s class schedule.

For STAAR and STAAR Spanish, the labels for the performance categories are:

  • Masters Grade Level

  • Meets Grade Level

  • Approaches Grade Level

  • Did Not Meet Grade Level

Please visit TEA's website for more information.

The passing standard for STAAR assessments is Approaches Grade Level. A student who scores Masters Grade Level or Meets Grade Level has also passed the STAAR test, but a student who scores within Did Not Meet Grade Level has not passed. More specific information about the passing standards is available on the STAAR Performance Standards webpage at

For more information about the STAAR program, visit the STAAR Resources webpage at

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