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As your children go through high school, choosing the right school is equally important as deciding on a perfect home. High school is when students are given the tools to figure out the paths they want to pursue as adults. There are more subjects and extra-curricular activities that students can choose from. Taking on their interests and passions help to shape the critical decisions they need to make as they plan their future.

When we compared Mcneil High School, which is a part of Round Rock ISD, with Stony Point High School, which is a part of Round Rock ISD, we noted a slight difference in ratings.

Mcneil High School’s regular student population is two with a student-teacher ratio of 15.6 students/teacher ratio. The student population at Stony Point High School is two students and a student-teacher ratio of 15.4 students/teacher ratio.
Performance Indicators
Mcneil High School performed excellent to earn a State accountability rating of A (90-100) based on three domains: student achievement, school progress and closing the gaps. Scores are scaled from 0 to 100 to align with letter grades. The school scored 94 in student achievement, 86 in school progress, and 80 in closing performance gaps. It scored 90 overall in post-secondary readiness, a broad term that refers to student preparedness to undertake multiple pathways after graduation, or specifically, their preparedness for college education.

On the other hand, Stony Point High School garnered a State accountability rating of B. The school posted 88 in student achievement, 84 in school progress, 77 in closing performance gaps and 85 overall in post-secondary readiness.
A
Excellent
  5/5
94
Student Achievement
86
Student Progress
80
Student Achievement
90
Overall
B
Good
  4/5
88
Student Achievement
84
Student Progress
77
Student Achievement
85
Overall
Distinction Designations
A distinction designation acknowledges districts and campuses for outstanding achievement based on the outcomes of several performance indicators. Distinction designations are awarded for achievement in several areas and are based on performance relative to a group of campuses of similar type, size, grade span, and student demographics.

It is in this area where the two schools differ. Mcneil High School’s four out of seven distinctions are in Reading/English Language Arts (ELA), Mathematics, Science and post-secondary.Stony Point High School’s only distinction designation is in Post-Secondary.
4/7
Based on 2019
94STAAR Data
Read/ELA
Mathematics
Science
Social Studies
Post-Secondary
Comparative Academic Growth
Comparative Closing the Gaps
1/7
Based on 2019
88STAAR Data
Read/ELA
Mathematics
Science
Social Studies
Post-Secondary
Comparative Academic Growth
Comparative Closing the Gaps
Student Demographics
Based on Racial/Ethnic Groups, Whites or Caucasians comprise the biggest group at Mcneil High School. They make up for 37.30% of student population, followed by Hispanics (26.15%), Asians (19.90%), African Americans (12.79%), Two or More Races (3.25%) and Native Americans (0.49%).

At Stony Point High School, Hispanics are the biggest group, comprising 44.46% of student population, followed by Whites or Caucasians (31.87%), African Americans (14.01%), Asians (5.35%), Two or More Races (3.66%) and Native Americans (0.50%).

Based on household incomes, the Mcneil High School’s economically disadvantaged students are lower at 24.35% compared to 37.99% at Stony Point High School.

In terms of Limited English Proficiency (LEP), a term used in the United States that refers to a person who is not fluent in the English Language, mainly because it is not their native language, Mcneil High School and Stony Point High School have no English Language Leaners or ELLS.

Mcneil High School’s bilingual students comprise 4.94%, gifted and talented students, 9.95%, while 9.61% are in the special education program. Stony Point High School bilingual students comprise 8.20%, gifted and talented students, 6.47%, and 12.28% are in the special education program.
Racial/Ethnic Groups
Total Students 2,673
African American 12.79% (342 students)
Hispanic 26.15% (699 students)
White 37.30% (997 students)
Asian 19.90% (532 students)
Native American 0.49% (13 students)
Two or More Races 3.25% (87 students)
Economically Disadvantaged 24.35% (651 students)
Limited English Proficiency 5.24% (140 students)
Total Students 2,598
African American 14.01% (364 students)
Hispanic 44.46% (1155 students)
White 31.87% (828 students)
Asian 5.35% (139 students)
Native American 0.50% (13 students)
Two or More Races 3.66% (95 students)
Economically Disadvantaged 37.99% (987 students)
Limited English Proficiency 8.97% (233 students)
Program
Bilingual 4.94% (132 students)
Gifted & Talented 9.95% (266 students)
Special Education 9.61% (257 students)
Teacher Student Ratio 0.58% (16 students)
Bilingual 8.20% (213 students)
Gifted & Talented 6.47% (168 students)
Special Education 12.28% (319 students)
Teacher Student Ratio 0.59% (15 students)
Staff Profile
Mcneil High School’s 171 teachers have been working at the campus for an average of 7.8 years with individual teaching experience averaging nearly 12.7 years. Stony Point High School’s 168 teachers have been working at the campus for an average of 6.6 years with individual teaching experience averaging close to 12.2 years.

Of its teaching staff, Mcneil High School has 31 teachers serving the school for over 20 years, 63 teachers have worked for 11-20 years, 34 teachers have worked for 6-10 years, while 34 teachers have worked for 1-5 years, including nine beginning teachers. Stony Point High School has 32 teachers serving the school for over 20 years, 53 teachers have worked for 11-20 years, 34 teachers have worked for 6-10 years, while 39 teachers have worked for 1-5 years, including 10 beginning teachers.


Female teachers outnumber male teachers at Mcneil High School at 109 to 63. In addition, it has seven staff members that aid in the school administration and 24 are employed as school support staff. Male teachers outnumber female teachers at Stony Point High School at 86 to 83. In addition, it has eight staff members that aid in the school administration and 25 are employed as school support staff.

Mcneil High School has 30 special education teachers assisted by 26 teacher aides or paraprofessionals. Stony Point High School School has 28 special education teachers and 23 teacher aides or paraprofessionals.
Experience
Over 20 years 18.27% (31 teachers)
10 - 20 years 36.78% (63 teachers)
6 - 10 years 19.79% (34 teachers)
1- 5 years 19.79% (34 teachers)
Beginning Teacher 5.31% (9 teachers)
Teacher Experience Average 12.7 yrs
Teacher Tenure Average 7.8 yrs
Over 20 years 19.00% (32 teachers)
10 - 20 years 31.35% (53 teachers)
6 - 10 years 20.31% (34 teachers)
1- 5 years 23.34% (39 teachers)
Beginning Teacher 6.00% (10 teachers)
Teacher Experience Average 12.2 yrs
Teacher Tenure Average 6.6 yrs
Teacher Type
Female Teachers 63.40% (109 teachers)
Male Teachers 36.60% (63 teachers)
School Admin 7
School Support 24
Edu Aids 26
Special Education 30
Female Teachers 49.11% (83 teachers)
Male Teachers 50.95% (86 teachers)
School Admin 8
School Support 25
Edu Aids 23
Special Education 28

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Compare Mcneil High School with Nearby Schools

  Name Ratings Distance
Westwood High School
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  Excellent 
  Excellent 
3.7 miles
Round Rock High School
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  Excellent 
  Excellent 
4.91 miles
7th H S - Northeast
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Rating Not Available 
Rating Not Available 
5.11 miles
New 6th H S - Pearson Ranch
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Rating Not Available 
Rating Not Available 
5.11 miles
Stony Point High School
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  Good 
  Good 
5.61 miles
Cedar Ridge High School
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  Good 
  Good 
6.58 miles
Rrisd Early College High School
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  Excellent 
  Excellent 
9.28 miles

Compare Stony Point High School with Nearby Schools

  Name Ratings Distance
7th H S - Northeast
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Rating Not Available 
Rating Not Available 
1.18 miles
New 6th H S - Pearson Ranch
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Rating Not Available 
Rating Not Available 
1.18 miles
Round Rock High School
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  Excellent 
  Excellent 
1.33 miles
Cedar Ridge High School
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  Good 
  Good 
2.47 miles
Rrisd Early College High School
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  Excellent 
  Excellent 
3.83 miles
McNeil High School
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  Excellent 
  Excellent 
5.61 miles
Westwood High School
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  Excellent 
  Excellent 
7.99 miles

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