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Welcome to Spring Branch Middle School

 
Dear Wrangler Community,
 
On behalf of the faculty and staff of Spring Branch Middle School, I would like to welcome you to the 2018-19 school year. 
 
Our mission at SBMS is to prepare all students for the ninth grade.  We work every day to accomplish our mission by building positive relationships with our students and providing quality instruction in every classroom.  Our vision for SBMS is to ensure that every student has a positive experience during their years as a Wrangler.   We will continuously make efforts to communicate effectively and teach our students the value of respect and collaboration.
 
The Spring Branch Middle School website is a source of information that is designed to help keep you informed about upcoming events and provide information that will be useful as our parents and students navigate their way through middle school.
If you have any questions related to Spring Branch Middle School, please do not hesitate to contact me at (830) 885-8803 or email me at chris.smith@comalisd.org.
 
Thanks and have a great Wrangler Day!
 
Chris J. Smith
Principal
Spring Branch Middle School 

At A Glance

  • 560 Student Enrollment
  • sports15 Athletic Programs
  • docs100% of Students Take Pre-SAT
  • oillamp Academic UIL Programs
  • Critical writing across content
  • Created by potrace 1.10, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2011 Chess Program
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10th Annual Blended Learning Showcase Begins

The first of three Blended Learning Showcases kicks off Wednesday, April 24, at Smithson Valley High School. This marks the 10th year for the event which showcases innovative student projects.
Overtime Sports SV Incubator

Business INCubator Class, Developing Young Entrepreneurs

A pilot program at Smithson Valley High for students with a dream to own their own business one day will be offered at Canyon and Canyon Lake high schools next year. Juniors with an entrepreneurial spirit should enroll in the Business Incubator class.
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FES Kindergarteners Heading in the Right Direction

Thanks to the help of friends at the Texas State University Geography Department, kinder students at Freiheit Elementary were able to “travel” around Texas and learn directions using a giant 12' x 12' Texas map.