[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Cedar Ridge High School Culinary Arts students squared off in a battle of taste buds, as they showcased their skills in a food truck competition.[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space][vc_video...read more
Band members from across Round Rock ISD will gather October 3 for the District’s 17th Annual Festival of Bands, which showcases the talent of fine arts students at 15 schools.
The event, held at the Kelly Reeves Athletic Complex, will begin at 7 p.m. Marching bands and auxiliaries from Cedar Ridge, McNeil, Round Rock, Stony Point, and Westwood high schools will perform marching performances and lead middle school students in group performances.read more
Artistic expression comes in different forms and shapes. Some you can see. Others are only heard. The Cedar Ridge High School Marching Band will soon showcase artistic expression in many different forms, yet funnel it through the work of one artist - Frank Stella. The...read more
RRISD High School Girls Participate in Coding Immersion Seventeen girls representing Round Rock ISD participated in the Girls Who Code (GWC) Summer Immersion Program, which embedded a cohort of students in major media and tech companies for seven weeks. Students...read more
Fifty-three Round Rock ISD students were named National Merit Scholarship semifinalists, following the annual announcement by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation.
Westwood High School, with 35 semifinalists, led the District in total semifinalists, earning more than any other school in Texas and among the top five in the United States.
Each year, the National Merit Scholarship Corporation selects the highest achieving students for its program. Approximately 16,000 students were selected as semifinalists among 1.5 million students nationwide who completed the Preliminary SAT and National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test, according to the organization.read more
A total of 35 Round Rock ISD schools earned 115 special distinctions from the Texas Education Agency, including six campuses that earned all available distinctions.
Canyon Creek, Caraway, Great Oaks, Herrington and Spicewood elementary schools and Westwood High School earned all distinctions in all categories for which the schools were eligible, joining more than 400 campuses statewide that also earned all distinctions.
Campus distinctions are aligned with the TEA Accountability Ratings, released in August. RRISD, as well as all District campuses, earned a “Met Standard” designation.read more