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Summer reading assignments were not posted correctly; therefore, they will not be required. If, however, students have already completed them, they will receive extra credit.

We apologize for any confusion or inconvenience. Thank you.

Event questions? Email Andre Clark []
Fundraising App questions? Email Belinda Lively []


Meet the Tiger is a Stony Point community parade, pep rally, and marketplace for all things Stony Point Tigers. Booster clubs have the opportunity to sell items in one area prior to the parade and pep rally. The Parade of Tigers features athletics, clubs, and organizations – a great way to showcase the numerous activities that are available to Stony Point students. This year, we are also excited that Meet the Tigers will feature an introduction to our newest Tigers, the Class of 2020! The Pep Rally features performances by our Tiger Band, Tiger Dancers, and Cheerleaders.

We hope that you will join us for Meet the Tiger 2016!

Event information is available at:

Entry Information for 2016:
Event Schedule
How to reserve a booth
Approved Fundraising Groups
How to participate in the Parade of Tigers

  • Returning students for 2016-2017 school year – August 15-26, 2016
  • New students registration for 2016-2017 school year

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The Care Clawset caters to students who need the utmost basic supplies necessary for everyday living.

These supplies consist of hygiene products, clothing items, and school supplies, both male and femaleThe Care Clawset

students apply.

 Shirts, pants, dresses, shoes, socks, etc.

 Shampoo, toothbrushes, deodorant, feminine products, etc.

 Pencils, paper, notebooks, etc.

These students may receive these items by putting in a request form that is readily available to all students

through the Stony Point High School website. They may also put in a request directly through the club

advisors or by filling out a physical copy of a request form that may be turned in to “mailboxes” that are

available in both the cafeteria and/or library. The Care Clawset believes that every student should have an

equal opportunity to be successful and that goal starts by getting students what they need to be able to

focus on such a goal.

Care Clawset Referral

Diploma pick up is June 8th – June 23rd or after July 11th
Diploma and transcripts pick up will only be available
Mondays-Thursdays from 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm.
Final transcripts ordered before May 20th will be available for pickup on June 15th

All obligations must be cleared before any documents will be provided.
Contact information: Michele Kinsler (512) 428-7020 or

Before you Shop, Check the Dress Code as it will be enforced at Stony
Point High School.

Taking a few minutes to review the Round Rock ISD Dress Code might save you money spent on clothes that can’t be worn to school and keep your student from being called to the principal’s office. As noted in Board Policy, the principal is responsible for interpretations and enforcement of the dress code. To maintain the appropriate learning environments, principals are being asked to be more vigilant in ensuring that the dress code is followed during the 2015-2016 school year.

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Stony Point High School
1801 Tiger Trail
Round Rock, Texas 78664
Anthony Watson, Principal

Phone Numbers

Main: 512-428-7000
Fax: 512-428-7280
Nurse: 512-428-7007
Attendance: 512-428-7004


Regular Bell Schedule: 9:05 a.m.- 4:15 p.m.