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What is your school's FAFSA completion rate?
Find out how Texas schools compare
Ever wondered how your high school measures up when it comes to the percentage of your graduates who complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)? Use this tool to find your high school's FAFSA submission and completion rates*, and compare those rates to other schools in Texas. You can compare schools by district, county, regional education service center (ESC), and more. You'll also get a top ten list of college destinations, showing your students' top school picks. **
How to use
- Type your high school's name in the box below. As you type, the box will locate your high school and show it in a selection area. Some high schools share the same name, so be sure to select the correct one by city.
- Click Go.
Tip: If you can't find your high school, type a variation of its name. For example, if you type "Bow," the pop-up box will display four schools named "Bowie High School" located in four different cities. If you were looking for James Bowie High School in Simms, you would need to start with "James" in order to find that school.
* What do we mean by FAFSA submission and completion rates? FAFSA submissions include all applications submitted by students at the high school. FAFSA completions are submitted applications that were not rejected by the Department of Education's Central Processing System. A minimum of five FAFSA applications are needed for a school to be listed. For additional information on FAFSA completions in the U.S., please visit StudentAid.gov/FAFSA-HS-Data.
**FAFSA data is updated every two weeks between January and June, and monthly for the remainder of the calendar year.