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Red Rock
Bastrop County, Texas


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Statistics & Facts

The Texas state capital is Austin.
The population of Red Rock is approximately 2,500 (1998).
Red Rock is positioned 29.99 degrees north of the equator and 97.41 degrees west of the prime meridian.


east of Austin, the state capital of Texas. Bastrop is nearby.
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History & History Related Items

Some say the name came from the red rock used when James Brewer, the first settler, built his chimney sometime in the 1850s. The area was first known as Hannah Land. When a post office was opened in 1870, it was named Red Rock. In only a few years, the little community was thriving, including a gristmill and cotton gin. When the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railroad came by around 1890, the town was moved a short distance to be near the tracks. By the early 1900's, the population stood at 500 and was doing well. Later, around 1925, drilling for oil began here.

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Red Rock City Government

U.S. Post Office
P.O. Box 9998
Red Rock, Texas 78662
Phone: (512) 321-3096

Red Rock Community News

2003, November 25
At recent community meetings, many of the residents of Red Rock complained of the lack of activities for the youth of the Red Rock area.There had been several deaths of teen-agers recently, including one suicide.
In response to that need, Grace Baptist Church has begun "Saturday Night Live" every Saturday evening from 7 PM until midnight. Grace Baptist Church provided a large screen TV and obtained a source of cleaned up DVD movies as well as inspirational movies and invited area Christian youth bands and entertainers to encourage and entertain the young people in the area. Indoor and outdoor games, snacks and drinks are provided and adults and youth leaders are available to encourage and counsel as needed.
In addition Grace Baptist Church has made its facilities available to the Bastrop County Sheriff's office to use as a sub-station and for it's officers to have a place to place calls, use a computer and the internet, use a fax, have coffee and snacks and create a presence in the community.

Red Rock Schools

Grace Christian School
115 Sorrell
Red Rock, Texas 78662
Phone: 512-303-3891
Grace Christian School offers pre-school (4 years old) Kindergarten through the twelfth grade. Four year olds through the second grade classes use Accelerated Christian Education curriculum. Third grade through the twelfth grade use Alpha-Omega "Switched on Schoolhouse" computer curriculum. Each student has his/her own computer and does much of their daily academic work on the computer.
David & Suzanne Miller are the primary operators of Grace Christian School and have twenty-four years experience in operating Christian schools. They began the first Christian school in Bastrop Texas in 1980. David Miller is the principal and lead teacher for 6th through 12th grades. Suzanne Miller is the school administrator and lead teacher for first through fifth grades. Jennifer Swain is the lead teacher for pre-K and Kindergarten. Grace Christian School applies mastery based academic standards. Students must achieve 85% overall grade in each of the ten units of each subject before being allowed to proceed to the next unit. Students are permitted to advance at their own rate, based on their I Q and other personality factors. Tuition is $ 265 per month (nine months). Other expenses per student are approximately $ 150 per year. Diagnostic testing is required and national achievement tests are given annually. Red Rock


The population of Red Rock was:
1884 - 150
1890 - 200
1909 - 500
1914 - 350
1940 - 100
1990 - 2500 - this figure may be for more than Red Rock.

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