Rough Hollow is served by the award-winning Lake Travis Independent School District, which includes Serene Hills Elementary School, Lake Travis Middle School, and Lake Travis High School.
Serene Hills Elementary
Serene Hills Elementary strives to create a positive learning environment geared to meet the needs of students, teachers, and the community. Students are expected to gain self-esteem, problem solving skills and leadership qualities, and to develop a team player attitude as they acquire a life-long desire to learn.
Lake Travis Middle School
The curriculum at the newly-reconstructed campus is designed around the core academic classes of mathematics, science, language arts, and social studies. The elective curriculum offers a broad array of courses including athletics, health, physical education, Spanish (8th), dance, art, choir, theatre arts, band, orchestra, yearbook, and digital graphics.
Students at all grade levels have the opportunity to participate in UIL academic competition, NJHS, Gov Club (student council), math contests, art, choir, band, theatre arts and orchestra programs. UIL athletics is offered in Grades 7 and 8. Students may compete in football, cross country, volleyball, basketball, track and field, tennis, and golf. Eighth graders may also participate in cheerleading.
Lake Travis High School
Lake Travis High School is a nationally-recognized, comprehensive high school serving approximately 2,200 students. The school offers more than 210 courses utilizing a multi-level curriculum designed to meet the needs of each student. Fourteen Pre-AP and 26 Advanced Placement courses are offered in English, math, science, social studies, computer science, other languages, music and art. A variety of career and technical courses are also offered. A special education life skills program is available to meet the needs of identified students. The school operates on an alternating block format with four, 90-minute classes meeting every other day. Four 9-week terms comprise the school year. Terms 1 and 2 make up the fall semester from August to December, while Terms 3 and 4 make up the spring semester from January to May.
In addition, a strong athletic program offers participation in 17 competitive sports. Students also have the opportunity to participate in band, drill team, cheerleading, choir, orchestra, debate, theater and UIL academic activities. There are also more than 50 student clubs and organizations across the campus.