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Posted on 12/16/2014
A class of ESL students at Stony Point High School aimed to add language number three – coding languages during Hour of Code.  READ MORE...
Posted on 12/16/2014
Panoramic Picture of Stony Point High School will be taken on Tuesday, January 6th. The Senior Class picture will be at 9:30 am.   READ MORE...
Posted on 12/10/2014
Graduating seniors who will attend a senior college in the fall and who have applied to UT Austin are invited to apply.  READ MORE...
Posted on 10/31/2014
All Stony Point students interested in trying out for one of our 2015 Baseball teams must attend the tryout meeting on Thursday, December 4th in A208 after school at 4:15.   READ MORE...
Posted on 10/16/2014
For many high school students, a college tour focuses attention on selecting a major, getting financial aid, and deciding which college to attend – or whether to go to college at all. A recent report in the Texas Tribune cited significant success in closing the gap in higher education, but two areas are still lagging behind: 1) Hispanic college enrollment and 2) STEM degrees.  READ MORE...
Posted on 09/24/2014
Parents, please sign up for REMIND 101 if you haven't already done so. You will receive messages directly from Mr. Watson to keep you up to date on current school events, student events, grades and more.   READ MORE...
Posted on 09/13/2014
Effective Wednesday, September 17, 2014 only the individuals you have listed on the Attendance Office Release Authorization Card will be directed to your student's principal’s office for student deliveries. This card was provided in the 1st day packets  READ MORE...
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 11th Annual Holiday Gala in the SPHS Library

The 11th Annual Holiday Gala took place on Friday, December 12 in the SPHS Library. Student and teachers gathered during all lunches to kick off the holidays listening to holiday music performed by the award-winning Stony Point Band under the direction of Mr. Sedatole and the Jazz Band under the direction of Mr. Jurgens, with a guest performance by Mr. Washington. Happy Holidays!

jazz band audience guest performance

$5000 donation to Stony Point

Stony Point High School accepted a $5,000 donation Tuesday from the newly opened Corner Store location on A.W. Grimes near the school.

The store, located at 1300 North A.W. Grimes Boulevard, held its grand opening celebration and Round Rock Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday morning. During the event, Stony Point Tiger Dancers and cheerleaders had the opportunity to show their school spirit while meeting with the new business owners and staff.

“We love to give money to the schools that are close to our new stores,” said David Mock, Corner Store regional vice president. “We feel strongly about supporting the neighborhoods that we’re in. What better way to do that than to give back to the kids in the community?”

Stony Point High School Principal Anthony Watson accepted the $5,000 donation from Mock and other Corner Store representatives.

“We are very honored, very deeply appreciative and touched that the Corner Store would consider financially supporting our campus,” Watson said. “It really means the world to us.”

The money will be used to help students make the most of their opportunities. Watson said many times students may not take educational opportunities because of financial hurdles, but with this funding, more students will be able to take advantage of field trips, school supplies and IB testing, amongst other things.

“The money will go toward benefiting the kids at Stony Point High School,” Watson said. “It will help them continue their educational opportunities that they may not be able to afford.” 

 cheer and tiger dancersgamboa and plattorwith check

 gamboa and watsonribbon

          Principal for a Day visits SPHS on Thursday, November 13

Julie Creswell, a speech language pathologist and  Director of Speech Therapy at All Care Therapies of Georgetown, was on campus last Thursday learning all about Stony Point High School. She received a big TIGER welcome!
 principal for a day