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At A Glance
- 27,000+ Student Enrollment
- 98% Graduation Rate
- 32 Schools
- 1,000 Average yearly Growth
- 20 Texas UIL Athletic Sports
- $26.3 Million in scholarships
Most of the scheduled extracurricular practices, games, activities and events will take place as scheduled for today. Please note that individual schools may make schedule adjustments based on their local situation, such as the condition of practice fields. As such, be on the lookout for communication from your child’s coach, director, sponsor, or campus principal regarding any adjustments.
On Wednesday, Oct. 20, Comal ISD will host a College, Career and Military (CCM) Fair from 6-7:30 p.m. at Davenport High School. This event will help you and your child obtain valuable information to help you make important decisions for the future.
For 74 years, a select group of rising seniors from across the United States participate annually in a government leadership program which helps develop civic leadership and pride in American citizenship.
More students are finding their passions through Comal ISD's Intramural Sports Program. From basketball, volleyball and soccer to sport stacking, fencing and bass fishing, the Intramural options provide students with opportunities to learn a sport, gain skills and be a part of a team.
Two sisters from Freiheit Elementary along with their siblings spent Saturday, Sept. 11, honoring the lives lost on that same day 20 years ago. Donations from their lemonade stand are going to the Comal County Sheriff's K-9 unit.
One student's legacy continues to inspire students, teachers and community members to fight for a cure for childhood cancer as well as raise awareness of the disease. Her Hero Fund through the St. Baldrick's Foundation recently hit a milestone and is truly making a difference.
Comal ISD has set dates for this year's PSAT/NMSQT and PSAT 8/9 Tests for 2021.
Wearing gold in September has become a tradition throughout Comal ISD as students, teachers and staff members shine a light on Childhood Cancer Awareness often raising funds for childhood cancer research. Part of this tradition is honoring district students who have battled the disease and continue to do so every day.
School spirit was on full display during the August Garden Ridge Market Days' Back-to-School Community Festival and Supply Drive with more than $2,000 in donations and school supplies going to Comal ISD area campuses.
Once more, Comal ISD's visual arts program has earned the District of Distinction Award, placing it among the top 4 percent of districts in the state recognized for their commitment to integrating visual arts into the curriculum and inspiring creativity both in the classroom, the community and beyond.