How to Access Your Student’s STAAR, LEAP 2025, or FSA Test Results

The 2021-2022 school year at IDEA has been a great one, Team & Family! We celebrated college acceptances for 100% of the Class of 2022, returned to our signature College Signing Day events in Austin, San Antonio, and the Rio Grande Valley after a two-year hiatus, and ranked among the best schools in the nation on the Jay Mathews Challenge Index and US News and World Report’s lists of best schools in the nation. Our students and teachers have worked hard all year to be successful on end-of-year assessments, and you can now begin to see the results for certain grade levels and subjects that will help determine academic progress and map any support needs for the upcoming school year.  

Texas Team & Family  

The 2022 State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness (STAAR) End of Course (EOC) results will be available to view online on Thursday, June 16.  The STAAR grades 3 through 8 will be available to view online on Friday, June 24thThese results will show where a child is meeting grade-level expectations and where they may need additional support for the upcoming school year.  

 

Follow these easy steps to access your child’s results or download our one-pager.  

1) Login to the Texas Assessment Management System’s portal at TexasAssessment.gov.  

2) Enter the student’s six-character Unique Student Access Code that appears on their most recent STAAR Report Card. The code must be entered exactly as it appears. Then, enter the student’s date of birth.   

IF YOU DO NOT KNOW THE UNIQUE ACCESS CODE:    

  • Click on “Look Up Unique Access Code” (located at the bottom of the blue square on the screen)   
  • In the new screen that appears, enter the requested information in the appropriate fields:   
  • Student’s first name (NOTE: it will only take the first 10 characters of the student’s first name)  
  • TSDS ID# (social security number or state-assigned number)  
  • Date of Birth  
  • Click the blue “GO” button  
  • The Unique Student Access Code will then be generated on the screen (NOTE: The Unique Access Code remains the same for the student from year to year)  
  • Click the blue “GO” button AGAIN to get the results.  

3) Click the “Log in to Student Portal” button to begin.  

4) In the “Testing History for Student’s name” page, click on the desired test name (Example: Grade 8 Reading).  

  • Here, you will see the test results.   

  

More Information from the Texas Education Agency (TEA):  

If you have any additional questions about your student’s STAAR test scores, please contact your campus directly or visit the Texas Education Agency’s Students and Families web page. 

 

Louisiana Team & Family  

All results of the 2022 Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP 2025) test will be available by July 31. These state tests measure their knowledge and skills in each subject area or course and their readiness for the next level of study. These results will show where a child is meeting grade-level expectations and where they may need additional support for the upcoming school year.  

Follow these easy steps to access your child’s results:  

Note: There is no student or parent portal online. All results are on paper and sent directly to the school who will then mail the report(s) to each family once results are available.  

Interpreting Your Child’s Results  

Parent Guide to LEAP 2025 Student Results – English 

Parent Guide to LEAP 2025 Student Results – Spanish 

If you have any additional questions about your student’s LEAP 2025 scores, please contact your campus directly or visit the Louisiana Department of Education Family Support Toolbox Library. 


Florida Team & Family  

All results of the 2022 Florida Standards Assessment (FSA) test will be available by mid-June. These state tests measure their knowledge and skills in each subject area or course and their readiness for the next level of study. These results will show where a child is meeting grade-level expectations and where they may need additional support for the upcoming school year.  

  1. Enter your child’s Unique Access Code, Date of Birth, and First Name, then click the “Sign In” button. 

IF YOU DO NOT KNOW THE UNIQUE ACCESS CODE, please contact your child’s school and request it.  

 

Interpreting Your Child’s Results 

Please visit the “Understanding Florida Statewide Assessment Reports” website, click on the report’s link and go to page 7 of the report, “Individual Score Reports”, for more information.    

We’re so proud of the hard work of our students! Celebrating your child’s academic success and planning how to capitalize on that success will be a great way to kick off the summer! 

 

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