Jaime D. Padrón Elementary opened in 2014 with 57 classrooms on a bright, inviting, state-of-the-art campus in North Austin. Padron?s mission is to ensure all students reach their highest potential and are prepared for college and the career of their choice. Parents and community members are encouraged to be actively involved in school activities. Padrón is part of the Navarro Early College High School family of schools which allows students to earn college credits starting in 9th grade and graduate from high school with a diploma and an associate degree.

La Primaria Jaime D. Padrón abrió en 2014 con 57 aulas en un plantel escolar bien iluminado, acogedor y de vanguardia en el norte de Austin. La misión de Padrón es garantizar que todos los estudiantes alcancen su mayor potencial y estén preparados para la universidad y la profesión de su elección. Se alienta a los padres y miembros de la comunidad a que participen activamente en las actividades de la escuela. Padrón forma parte de la familia de escuelas de la Escuela Preparatoria de Universidad Temprana Navarro, que permite a los estudiantes obtener créditos universitarios a partir de 9.° grado y graduarse de la preparatoria con un diploma y un título técnico superior.

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This feeder pattern represents the path students take as they advance to high school. Each child's exact path is determined by his or her home address. To find out where your child will attend, click on the school finder below the feeder pattern.

Signature Programs

Student & Family Supports

Free Breakfast and Lunch for All Students
School Mental Health Centers

Performance | Demographics

2022 STAAR Percent at Approaches Grade Level or above

2022 Accountability

As required by Senate Bill 1365 (87th Texas Legislature), academic accountability ratings for 2022 were limited to A, B, C, and Not Rated.

Accountability Rating: B

Student Achievement: Not Rated: SB 1365

School Progress: B

Closing the Gaps: C

Source: Texas Education Agency

2023-24 Student Demographics