Stony Point High School
1801 Tiger Trail
Round Rock, TX 78664
Principal, Anthony Watson
What happens at our school?
Students take ownership of their education through a variety of offerings aimed at addressing the individual needs of students. The campus’ IB Diploma Programme is an academically challenging and balanced program that prepares students for success in higher education and beyond. Students that select to participate in the program will experience the essential strands of creativity, action and service interwoven in the fabric of the program.
We put kids first
Our community of expert educators aim to develop internationally minded individuals who recognize their common humanity and shared global guardianship to help create a better and more peaceful world.
Students will have access to:
- Multi-linguistic and intercultural curriculum
- Global engagement
- Cross-integrated lessons
- Integrated technology
- Exposure to college and career choices
- Flexible and collaborative learning spaces
- Outdoor amphitheatre
- Career and technical education facilities
- Cultural dance studio
- Individualized learning
- Service learning
The Mission of Stony Point High School is to work collaboratively so that students and staff will exceed school expectations in academics, citizenship and community involvement in a positive, safe and supportive learning environment that will enable them to be responsible citizens of a global community.
Stony Point High School, through the use of Professional Learning Communities of teachers, will provide the ideal learning environment for students and teachers to reach their fullest academic, emotional and social potential. We will strive to produce life-long learners who will be successful in their future endeavors.
Stony Point High School opened its doors to students in August 1999. The school is named after the Stoney Point School District which was originally located in the same geographic area. The Stoney Point School District consolidated with Round Rock ISD in 1925.
College Readiness Scores
SAT Results (Average): 1327
ACT Results (Average): 21
Academic Achievement in Social Studies
2016-17 STAAR Passing Rates
- English I – 65% 65%
- English II – 71% 71%
- Algebra I – 74% 74%
- Biology – 85% 85%
- U.S. History – 96% 96%
- School Report Card
- Campus Improvement Plan
- Climate Surveys
- TX Academic Performance Report
- Adequate Yearly Progress
- Accountability Summary
- Distinction Designation Summary
- HB 5 Performance Ratings
Performance Indicators website
2016-17 Student Demographics
- African American – 15.2% 15.2%
- Hispanic – 45.2% 45.2%
- White – 30.8% 30.8%
- Native American – 0.2% 0.2%
- Asian – 4.9% 4.9%
- Pacific Islander – 0.2% 0.2%
- Two or more races – 3.4% 3.4%
- Economically Disadvantaged – 38.3% 38.3%
- Annual Dropout Rate – 0% 0.0%
NOTE: STAAR results, student demographic and enrollment data is pulled from the Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR). This page is updated generally around mid-November when the data is released by the state. The TAPR includes information from the previous school year.
Student Enrollment by program
- Bilingual/ESL – 6.1% 6.1%
- Career and Technology – 78.1% 78.1%
- Gifted and Talented – 5.3% 5.3%
- Special Education – 11.3% 11.3%