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  • Micha Hill
    512-779-2872

    Stony Point High School6

    Round Rock, TX | Williamson County

    March 14, 2015


    My child will be attending Stony Point next year. The teachers and staff are making the transition from middle school to high school very easy. The staff has been very willing to promptly answer our questions even though we don't attend the school yet. They have already made my child feel apart of the school and for that I'm grateful. I now have a child who isn't as worried about which school the friends are going to attend and isn't asking for an in-district transfer anymore. Also, I have talked with many other parents who already have kids in Stony Point and they are very happy as well.

    Submitted by a parent

    January 9, 2015


    We transferred in during the holidays, I thought the vibe of the school was due to everyone anticipating the Christmas break. So far my student says there is a lot of time for socializing and video game playing on cell phones. I was concerned when we were told that some classes were not really actively teaching content and that things were a bit loose. I have attempted contact with the school and have not received a reply. In a school with a population of 2400 students I expect some disconnection from staff but not at the level I see. The demographics is mixed and it really is sad that so many of these children will pass without ever really being taught. Parent getting ready to move their child

    Submitted by a parent

    December 7, 2014


    Take it from me, as a Student forced to go to this school due to where I live, I honestly have to say that this has truly been a horrible experience. Most of the teachers here simply don't care, and the school is overrun with cliques and hate. It's what Stony Point honestly thrives upon. Everyone here has at least seen one fight break out, at a minimum. The counselors and teachers here have literally no time to listen to you, or even your parents at that. This is a school where you can very /easily/ slip through the cracks. They really need to investigate and spend time fixing this schools flaws, Then and only then will this school be a 'good' one to attend, and as of right now, it's very far from it.

    Submitted by a student

    October 23, 2014


    This is now my 6th year as a Tiger parent. My oldest daughter graduated 2 years ago and I now have a junior and sophomore here at Stony Point. My kids and I couldn't be happier. These kids take great pride in their school and the parents get really involved as well. The education is great, the teachers are great and we recently got a new principle and you guessed it..... He is great! Mr. Watson was defiantly a wonderful choice for our wonderful Stony Point! The kids all interact with each other so nicely. They really don't care who you are or what differences you might have.

    Submitted by a parent

    March 23, 2014


    The teachers are great !My two daughters also like the band very much,it seems like a big family. They enjoy the school's life.

    Submitted by a parent

    January 2, 2014


    I'm a freshman at Stony Point and i hate how some teachers are treating me by ignoring when i ask for help.I'm also a current band student and they blow you off when you pitch in ideas to make the program better,like i know they have lots of trophies but where's the state ones?I'm the person who wants to go far with the school and Cedar Ridge has been open only for 3 years and made it state along with Round Rock high that is old as our school.Another thing the violence at the school is way out of hand and they just let you off with a warning.Oh and we are called a IB school but heck,no one wants to do,might as well get rid of it.I know I'm only a freshman and people say "oh it will get better"but this is the worst first experience i ever had.

    Submitted by a student

    August 16, 2013


    Awesome school. The teacher rate is more like 15 to 1. Those numbers are old1 My daughter graduated with Honors, scholarships, Tigerss in Service. Just an amazing school!

    Submitted by a parent

    October 4, 2012


    Where to start? The transfer to this school has been a nightmare. The special education process of enrollment is a huge mess and NO ONE communicates. Someone even meet us with an attitude of "we don't do that here". I have been very disappointed with every detail since we enrolled our child. I'm not a hard to please parent or asking for things that he's not legally allowed. His teacher is new and seems kind.

    Submitted by a parent

    May 4, 2012


    I really like it. The teachers were friendly and helpful i was never teased. I enjoyed going there.

    Submitted by a student

    June 6, 2011


    my child transferred to this school mid school year. Her school has made the necessary steps to make sure she is on track for year end and next year preperation.

    Submitted by a parent

    August 27, 2010


    We are very happy with Stony Point High School. It is one of the reasons we chose the community we live in.

    November 26, 2009


    my daughter lovesit at srony point, this is her second year attending stony point an she has came home happy every single day

    Submitted by a parent

    March 10, 2009


    I am currently a junior at SPHS, and I have to say I love it. Teachers really care about your grades, and weather you pass or fail, as long as you have a good attitude. Time is taken to make sure EVERY student is on track for graduation, even if it means transferring to to the SUCCESS program. Our athletic teams are excelling this year along with officially becoming an IB school. I am proud of where I go to school and the success that will come from attending it.

    Submitted by a student

    October 20, 2008


    I had heard many negative stories about Stony Point High School during it's first few years. I was not happy when I learned our private school was closing and my son would have to attend Stony Point 9. But, I've been pleasantly surprised. The new principal has a strong vision for the school and many of the negative stories I heard were exaggerated by the local media. My son is now a junior and he loves it there. He has made lots of good friends and is very involved with several campus activities. I feel he is safe and flourishing. He has never regretted moving from his old school. The only trouble he's had is being overwhelmed by taking all Pre AP and AP classes (at the recommendation of a counselor). Too much homework caused stress and some bad grades but he's bouncing back strong!

    Submitted by a parent

    October 8, 2008


    We recently relocated to the Round Rock area from Houston, TX and in my search I was drawn to Stony Point. I met with the staff and counselors over the summer and this helped solidify my choice in campus for my son. After attending Open House it was clear the direction the leadership and staff have decided this campus is heading. The teacher-student expectation is clearly communicated along with the consequences. The parents who were in attendance were clearly committed to their child's education as well as the school's mission. I look forward to the achievements that will come for my son both academically and extra curricular. With time comes growth and wisdom and I like what I'm seeing from Stony Point High!

    Submitted by a parent

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