Overview

Pickle Elementary School and the St. John Community Center offer education and community services to Northeast Austin neighborhoods. The unique joint venture between Austin ISD and the city of Austin creates a shared space that houses the school, as well as a community clinic and public library.

Pickle—named for U.S. Rep. James Jarrell Pickle—fosters a culture of cooperation, which promotes children’s intellectual, social, emotional and physical development.

Experienced educators create a challenging and nurturing environment for all students to develop their talents and skills as they prepare for college, career and life.

In addition to offering core subjects such as math, English language arts and social studies, Pickle is proud to provide Pre-K, dual language and after-school programs. The tightly knit school community offers a world of educational opportunities—from arts and athletics to reading and robotics—to ensure all children reach their fullest potential.

Pickle is part of the Northeast Austin Communities for Educational Readiness (learn more at www.nacer.org). As an early college high school, Northeast ECHS offers students the opportunity to earn college credit and graduate with a diploma in one hand and an associate degree from Austin Community College in the other—for free.

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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.

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Performance | Demographics

2019 STAAR Passing Rates

Note: STAAR was cancelled in Spring 2020 due to COVID-19. In both 2020 and 2021, TEA labeled all campuses Not Rated: Declared State of Disaster. As a result, this website will continue to display 2019 STAAR Passing Rates until 2022 STAAR Passing Rates are available from the TEA.

2021 Accountability

In recognition of the disruption caused by the COVID-19 emergency, TEA labeled all campuses Not Rated: Declared State of Disaster for the 2020-21 school year.

Source: Texas Education Agency

2021-22 Student Demographics