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At A Glance
- 560 Student Enrollment
- 15 Athletic Programs
- 100% of Students Take Pre-SAT
- Academic UIL Programs
- Critical writing across content
- Chess Program
Hoffmann Lane Elementary teacher Rishanne Frech and Spring Branch Middle teacher and coach Tyler Clements were named District Teachers of the Year for the Comal Independent School District.
Sixth graders across the district are getting the opportunity to view cultural, social and geographical artifacts from 25 countries in Africa, the Middle East and South-Central Asia through a traveling exhibit parked at their campuses.
The Rangers swim team left its mark this weekend at the UIL 6A State Swimming and Diving competition smashing records and coming home with medals.
Dinner out on a school night is always a treat for kids and parents, but when dinner is being served by your teachers, well that's just plain fun.
Named the "Qualifier Champions" at the First Lego League Alamo Region competition, the Canyon Middle School team made up of eighth graders advances with an innovative concept.
Two budding artists will have their art displayed at the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum and in the lower rotunda of the Texas State Capitol Building in March.
Spring Branch Middle School eighth-grade students had the opportunity to visit the Holocaust Museum thanks to the Comal Education Foundation.
The Mountain Valley Milky Ways are hard at work preparing for the First Lego League Championship tournament coming up in March.
They are the go-to for just about everyone on a school campus, from the students and teachers to parents. Their doors are always open, and their work is never done, but they always greet you with a smile, a shoulder and a sympathetic ear - they are school counselors.
Entering high school can seem a little overwhelming, but Comal ISD has streamlined one of the biggest hurdles facing incoming freshmen with #Plan4MyFuture Nights.