Find Homes for Sale in Comal ISD

The Comal Independent School District is a fast-growing and innovative district with more than 25,000 students in pre-kindergarten through 12th grade. Areas of particular pride for the school district include its excellent gifted/talented program, career and technology offerings, dual high school/college enrollment, a wide range of special education services, strong emphasis on teacher training, and outstanding fine arts, agricultural and athletic programs. The quality of the schools is one of the reasons there’s so much demand for homes for sale in Comal ISD.

There are excellent schools near Meyer Ranch for students of all ages.

Bill Brown Elementary School

The mission of Bill Brown, Elementary, a Distinguished School, is “to provide a nurturing and safe environment which inspires and empowers children to become life-long learners who embrace diversity, leadership, and responsibility.”

Grades PK-5
Students 700 Approx.
Type Public
Student/Teacher Ratio 16:1
Programs:
Chess
Art
Strings

Smithson Valley Middle School

Smithson Valley Middle School was named after Benjamin Smithson, one of the first Texas Rangers, and an early settler of the area. It serves students in grades 6 through 8. The campus on FM 311 was written up in Texas Highways magazine as one of the most beautiful campus sites in the state, with beautiful views of the hills and valleys.

Grades 6-8
Students 1120 Approx.
Type Public
Student/Teacher Ratio 16:1
Programs:
Football
Basketball
Baseball
Track & Field
Golf
Volleyball
Tennis
Band
Cheer
Student Council

Students can also participate in band, choir, cheer, dance, orchestra, student council, and yearbook.

Smithson Valley High School

A 6-A campus located in Spring Branch, Smithson Valley High is a highly rated public school and offers three graduation plans: including Dual Credit courses, Pre-AP and AP classes. Smithson Valley High School students have access to Comal ISD’s Career and Technical Education programs, which include opportunities in Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources, Architecture & Construction, Arts, Audio/Video Technology and Communication, Business, Marketing and Finance, Education and Training, Health Science, Hospitality and Tourism, Human Services, Information Technology, Law and Public Service, Manufacturing, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, Transportation, Distribution & Logistics. Students also have the opportunity to take elective medicine courses such as Medical Terminology and Pharmacology and labs including Phlebotomy and Clinical Rotations.

Grades 9-12
Students 2250 Approx.
Type Public
Student/Teacher Ratio 18:1
Programs:
Football
Basketball
Baseball
Track & Field
Cross Country
Soccer
Golf
Softball
Volleyball
Tennis

Students can also participate in wrestling and aquatics.

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