Hopewell Middle School

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Hopewell Middle School
1535 Gulf Way
Round Rock, Texas 78665

Phone: 512-464-5200
Fax: 512-464-5349
Principal, Lynda Garinger

Hours: 8:20 a.m. – 3:35 p.m.
Colors: Green, Black & White
Mascot: Hornets
Grades: 6-8

Feeder Pattern

Each student’s feeder pattern is determined by his or her home address. To find out which schools your student will attend, use our Interactive School Boundaries Map.

What happens at our school?

Hopewell Middle School works collaboratively so that students and staff will exceed school expectations in academics, citizenship and community involvement. We provide a positive, safe and supportive learning environment while preparing our students for the 21st Century by ensuring that our curriculum contains rigor and relevance with a focus on building positive relationships.

Mission

The Mission of Hopewell Middle School is to work collaboratively so that students and staff will exceed school expectations in academics, citizenship and community involvement. We will provide a positive, safe and supportive learning environment while preparing our students for the 21st Century by ensuring that our curriculum contains rigor and relevance with a focus on building positive relationships.

Vision

Hopewell Middle School, through the use of Professional Learning Communities, 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. We will strive to prepare our students for the 21st Century by ensuring that our curriculum contains rigor and relevance with a focus on building positive relationships.

History

In October 1922, Hopewell School opened for African-American students. The construction of the school was provided for by the Julius Rosenwald Fund of Chicago.

Enrollment

Accountability Rating

Met Standard

Distinction Designations

Academic Achievement in English Language Arts/Reading
Academic Achievement in Mathematics
Top 25 Percent: Student Progress
Top 25 Percent: Closing Performance Gaps
Postsecondary Readiness

2016-17 STAAR Passing Rates

  • 6th Grade Reading – 84% 84%
  • 6th Grade Math – 89% 89%
  • 7th Grade Reading – 84% 84%
  • 7th Grade Math – 84% 84%
  • 7th Grade Writing – 78% 78%
  • 8th Grade Reading – 93% 93%
  • 8th Grade Math – 96% 96%
  • 8th Grade Science – 79% 79%
  • 8th Grade Social Studies – 76% 76%
Performance Indicators
  • 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 – 14.4% 14.4%
  • Hispanic – 38.9% 38.9%
  • White – 37.1% 37.1%
  • Native American – 0.5% 0.5%
  • Asian – 5.0% 5.0%
  • Pacific Islander – 0% 0.0%
  • Two or more races – 4.2% 4.2%
  • Economically Disadvantaged – 31.7% 31.7%
  • English Language Learners – 8.5% 8.5%

Student Enrollment by program

  • Bilingual/ESL – 8.4% 8.4%
  • Career and Technical – 26.7% 26.7%
  • Gifted and Talented – 8.3% 8.3%
  • Special Education – 11.2% 11.2%

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.