Welcome to the 2022-2023 school year! This is going to be a wonderful year! We promote academic excellence, family/community involvement, and are dedicated to making each student feel valued. Our highest goal is that each student reaches their maximum potential.
We will be starting this year with over 900 students. As we continue to grow, we will hold true to our traditions and the community feel we all love and cherish. At the same time, we place your child’s safety as our top priority. We know you have entrusted us with your children, and we take this gift very seriously. It is a priority that our school provides effective communication and a safe environment for our FES families.
A natural-born conversationalist, 10-year-old Lylah Yerrington was named the 2023 Comal Shake champion after the final round of the annual competition which encourages elementary students to hone their interpersonal skills.
Senior Baten Evans made school history for Canyon Lake High as the first student to win the Champion title at the annual Western Art Contest with his "Rodeo Metal Rooster" sculpture. He also won a $10,000 scholarship.
Fourth-grade student Khloe Reininger never imagined that her holiday design featuring Rudolph and snow-covered mountains would be featured on this year's Education Service Center, Region 20 holiday card, but it is.
Comal ISD is well represented once more at the Texas BEST/UIL State Championship with four robotics teams competing. The teams include Canyon Lake High School, Hill Country College Preparatory High School, Spring Branch Middle School and Smithson Valley Middle School.