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Rockwall Independent School District

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Rockwall Independent School District

Rockwall Independent School District is a public school district based in Rockwall, Texas (USA).

In addition to Rockwall, the district serves the cities of Heath, McLendon-Chisholm, Mobile City, most of Fate, and small portions of Rowlett, Wylie, and Dallas in Rockwall County. The district also extends into a very small portion of northern Kaufman County.

In 2009, the school district was rated "academically acceptable" by the Texas Education Agency.[1]


  • Schools 1
    • High Schools 1.1
    • Middle Schools 1.2
    • Elementary Schools 1.3
    • New Schools Under Construction 1.4
  • References 2
  • External links 3


High Schools

Middle Schools

  • Grades 7-8
    • Maurine Cain Middle
    • J.W. Williams Middle
    • Herman E. Utley Middle

Elementary Schools

  • Grades PK-6
    • Amanda Rochell Elementary
    • Amy Parks-Heath Elementary
    • Billie Stevenson Elementary (2013)
    • Celia Hays Elementary (2007)
    • Cullins-Lake Pointe Elementary
    • Dorothy Smith Pullen Elementary
    • Dorris A. Jones Elementary
    • Grace Hartman Elementary
    • Howard Dobbs Elementary
    • Nebbie Williams Elementary
    • Ouida Springer Elementary
    • Sharon Shannon Elementary (2007)
    • Virginia Reinhardt Elementary

New Schools Under Construction

Because Rockwall is one of the fastest growing communities in the US, Rockwall is planning for constructions of more schools.

  • In February 2006, Rockwall Independent School District decided to build two more elementary schools at a cost of $31,366,862.
  • In addition, land acquisition in the amount of $4,830,996 for 5 new elementary sites and 1 new middle school site has begun.

Rockwall ISD District Construction


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External links

  • Rockwall ISD

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