About Round Rock ISD

Round Rock ISD is located in southern Williamson County and northwest Travis County and includes the City of Round Rock and portions of the City of Austin and the City of Cedar Park. The area covers 110 square miles encompassing high tech manufacturing and urban retail centers, suburban neighborhoods, and farm and ranch land.

Schools

Students

7

High
Schools

11

Middle
Schools

34

Elementary
Schools

3

Alternative
Learning Centers

14

Special
Facilities

• Raymond E. Hartfield Performing Arts Center
• Auditorium at Cedar Ridge High School
• Auditorium at Stony Point High School
• Two Central Kitchens

• Brushy Creek Complex
• Technology Center
• Two Transportation Centers (East and West)
• Two Athletic Stadiums (Kelly Reeves Athletic Complex and Dragon Stadium)

• Agriculture Science Classrooms at McNeil and Stony Point high schools
• Lillie Delgado Administration Building

District Snapshot

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Partnerships

Round Rock ISD welcomes partnerships between businesses, organizations and individuals who want to share their time, talent and resources to enrich the lives of students.

Partners in Education Foundation

The Round Rock ISD Partners in Education Foundation develops and allocates resources to the Round Rock Independent School District to enrich, enhance, and maximize the quality of education for all students.

Leadership Round Rock ISD

Leadership Round Rock ISD is a monthly presentation series that gives community members a behind-the-scenes look within Round Rock ISD schools and District administration.

Schools of Innovation

Round Rock ISD knows that each student is a unique individual with different interests, talents and learning styles. Round Rock ISD’s Public Schools of Innovation provide students with access to innovated programming that engages and taps into their specific interests, aspirations and preferred learning styles.

STEAM

STEAM education is an approach to teaching and learning that removes the traditional barriers separating the disciplines of science, technology, engineering, and math. Each of these disciplines is creatively enhanced through art integration and real-world learning experiences.

Joe Lee Johnson STEAM Academy

Leadership

Every child is a leader. Sharing a common language, our learning communities unite through the practice of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People®. The spotlight on leadership provides every student the opportunity to to lead and develop successful habits to help navigate their live at school and within the community.

Leader in Me® campuses include:

Blackland Prairie Elementary
Double File Trail Elementary
Teravista Elementary

Dual Language

The Dual Language program begins in kindergarten and continues through fifth grade at 12 designated campuses. Our District offers the 90:10 Spanish Immersion model. In this model, prekindergarten and kinder students are instructed in Spanish for 90 percent and in English for 10 percent of their instructional day. All students in the program learn to read and write in Spanish first.

Learn more about our Dual Language program

International Baccalaureate (IB)

Our community of educators supports and guides students as they discover the approaches to learning necessary for academic and personal success. We aim to make a positive change in the world by growing hearts and minds through dynamic cylces of inquiry, action and reflection.

Learn more about our IB program

Arts Integration

Arts integration is an approach to teaching and learning in which students construct and demonstrate understanding through art. Coupled with our campus Dual Language program, students engage in the creative process in a way that meets their own unique cultural, social, emotional and intellectual needs.

Berkman Arts Integration Academy
Voigt Arts Integration Academy
Wells Branch Arts Integration Academy

Innovative Programs

Round Rock ISD is home to a wealth of innovative programs throughout our 55 campuses. This means that the campus has chosen to focus  learning through a particular lens. Examples of innovative programs include enrichment and the environment, coding, world language and communications.

Early College High School

The campus-learning model guides students through an advanced curriculum at the high school and college level while providing additional resources needed to develop as well-rounded individuals. Through a partnerships with Austin Community College, students are given the tools to succeed while immersed in a higher education experience, beginning their freshman year of high school and ending with an associate’s degree or up to 60 hours of college credit by high school graduation.

Learn more about Early College High School

Career and Technical Education Academies

Round Rock ISD academies are specialized programs within a high school that have a specific academic or theme-based focus and serve students based on their interests and talents.

Points of Pride

Our students, teachers and leadership are recognized throughout the state and nation for excellence.

Academic Achievement

Round Rock ISD’s state ratings and scores are a reflection of the outstanding education students receive. Round Rock ISD has consecutively earned the highest possible rating of Met Standard in the Texas Education Agency (TEA) accountability system and students consistently outscore state averages in all categories of assessment.

District Leadership

Board of Trustees

There are seven members of the Round Rock ISD Board of Trustees, each elected at-large to serve staggered four-year terms. Officers are elected by the members of the Board of Trustees. Trustees provide public service to the Round Rock ISD community without financial compensation.

Superintendent of Schools

Dr. Steve Flores

Dr. Flores has served as Superintendent of Schools since October 2013.
He was named the 2020 Texas PTA Superintendent of the Year and the 2019 Central Texas Superintendent of the year.

Executive Leadership Team

The Superintendent’s Executive Leadership team consists of eight members who provide strategic and operational leadership to the Superintendent of Schools.

Area Superintendents

Our five Area Superintendents establish relationships and an open line of communication and support between campus communities and administration.

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