Facts & Figures

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Round Rock ISD
Lillie Delgado Administration Building
1311 Round Rock Ave.
Round Rock, Texas 78681

Phone: 512-464-5000
Fax: 512-464-5090

Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (Mon-Thurs.)
Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (Friday)
Cho tiền trò chơi đậu phụColors: Teal & White


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.

Roughly 50,000 students attend the district’s seven high schools, eleven middle schools, 34 elementary schools, and three alternative learning centers.

*Note: Information provided is from the yearly and updated by the State of Texas every November. It includes the previous school year’s information.

Our Buildings

Total Number of Campuses: 55

High Schools: 7 total (5 comprehensive, Early College HS and Success HS)

Cho tiền trò chơi đậu phụMiddle Schools: 11

Elementary Schools: 34

Alternative Education Centers: 3 total (DAEP, GOALS, Round Rock Opportunity Center)

Special Facilities

  • Raymond E. Hartfield Performing Arts Center
  • Performing Arts Center at Cedar Ridge High School
  • Performing Arts Center at Stony Point High School
  • Technology Center
  • Central Kitchen
  • Brushy Creek Complex (encompasses Purchasing, Distribution, Maintenance and Operations, Print Shop)
  • Technology Center
  • Two Transportation Centers (East and West)
  • Two Athletic Stadiums (Kelly Reeves Athletic Complex and Dragon Stadium)

International Baccalaureate Programme

IB Primary Years Programme

  • Anderson Mill Elementary School
  • Caldwell Heights Elementary School
  • Chandler Oaks Elementary School
  • Spicewood Elementary School

IB Secondary Years Programme

  • Grisham Middle School
  • Hernandez Middle School

IB Diploma Programme

  • Stony Point High School
  • Westwood High School


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.

  • The Academy of Business and Industry
  • The Academy of Health Science
  • The Academy of Public Services
  • The Academy of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
  • The Academy of Visual and Performing Arts
Each student of Round Rock ISD contributes to society, continues to learn, and confidently embraces the challenges of a competitive and ever changing world.
Round Rock ISD has been serving students since 1913. Visit our History website for more information.


Accountability Rating

Met Standard

Special Education Determination Status

Meets Requirements

Our Staff (2018-2019)

Total Number of Employees: approximately 6,310.6

  • Teachers: 4,293.0
  • Professional Support: 698.4
  • Campus Administration (School Leadership): 173.4
  • Central Administration: 41.5
  • Educational Aides: 680.2
  • Auxiliary Staff: 1,337.4
  • Teachers with advanced degrees: 29.4% (master’s and doctoral degrees)
  • Average years of experience of teachers: 11.3 years

Beginning Teacher Salary (2019-2020)

  • $49,300 – Bachelors Degree
  • $50,300 – Masters Degree
  • $51,300 – Doctorate Degree

2018-19 Student Demographics

  • African American – 9% 9% 9%
  • Hispanic – 30.7% 30.7% 30.7%
  • White – 38.2% 38.2% 38.2%
  • Native American – 0.4% 0.4% 0.4%
  • Asian – 17.7% 17.7% 17.7%
  • Pacific Islander – 0.2% 0.2% 0.2%
  • Two or more races – 3.7% 3.7% 3.7%

NOTE: 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.

ACT/SAT Scores

Average ACT/SAT Scores all Subjects

Cho tiền trò chơi đậu phụClass of 2018

  • ACT: 26 (State: 20.6)
  • SAT: 1126 (State: 1036)
Performance Indicators
  • Accountability Summary
  • Accountability Ratings Summary
  • Index Calculations and Data Table
  • College Entrance Exam Results
  • Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR)
  • TX Academic Performance Report
  • Report of Disciplinary Actions
  • Federal Report Card
  • District Improvement Plan
  • System Safeguard Report
  • Distinction Designation Summary
  • Direct to College Data
  • HB 5 Community and Student Engagement

District Performance Indicators website

Budgeted Revenue: $438,976,000

Local: $377,390,000
State: $57,386,000
Federal: $4,200,000

Budgeted Expenditures: $446,335,000

Salaries and Benefits $396,267,000
Campus/Department Allocations $50,068,000