Welcome to the 2023-2024 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 1000 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 JRES families.
This year's Comal Speaks champion spoke on 'confidence' - what it means and how to maintain it with self-affirmation, self-love and time away from the internet. Fourteen middle school students vied for the title in this seventh year of competition.
Five Comal ISD students are among the less than one percent of U.S high school seniors to be named National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists, and 14 are among the two-thirds named as Commended Students. They were recognized at the November Board of Trustees meeting.
Chess continues to attract students from kindergarten through 12th grade to district tournaments for a chance to test their skills and hone their critical thinking. Two of four scheduled tournaments are complete with individual and team champions ready for the next challenge.
The Davenport High School girls cross country team ran away with the fifth spot in the State UIL 4A championship, and a three-time state qualifier from Canyon Lake High School ended her career as the sixth best in the state.
Students, teachers and staff members paused to celebrate, honor and recognize its very own military veterans Thursday with heartfelt programs that included military anthems, handwritten cards, choreographed dances and more.