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At A Glance
- 24,900+ Student Enrollment
- 97% Graduation Rate
- 30 Schools
- 1,000 Average yearly Growth
- 20 Texas UIL Athletic Sports
- $33.97 Million in scholarships
As the district prepares to open its fourth high school, Davenport High, this coming fall, it is offering a one-time grandfather option to current Canyon High ninth and 10th grade students residing inside the DHS attendance boundaries.
All teachers have big ideas that they wish they could implement in their classrooms from creating a garden and building benches to setting up a grocery store, but they often need a little extra financial help to turn those dreams into reality. That's where the Comal Education Foundation steps in and makes those dreams come true.
If getting healthier is one of your new year's resolutions, then Comal ISD's Comal Fit has just the event to get you started, a 5K run/walk in beautiful Landa Park.
A Canyon High School junior is among 18 honorees chosen for the 2019 Southern Texas PGA Section Awards, as the Junior Golfer of the Year.
From canned food and toy drives to coat and blanket collections, 'tis the season for giving to those in need in our communities, and students throughout the district have been doing just that - giving.
Comal ISD was well-represented at the Texas BEST and UIL State Robotics Championship recently with three teams from three campuses competing for top prizes.
Tag along for a day with an elementary campus principal as she shares what it's like to be a part of a community, work with teachers and serve children.
A Monday morning meeting in the cafeteria turned out to be more than just a meeting for one third grade teacher at Hoffmann Elementary School who was named this year's Trinity Prize for Excellence in Teaching honoree for Comal ISD.
Comal ISD is being well represented in this year's RBFCU Youth Ambassador Program with five high school students chosen to participate.
Fifth-grade student teams from across the district competed in what has become an annual tournament where math skills take center stage. The district-wide 5th Grade Math Pentabowl pits campus against campus where only one team is crowned the champion.