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At A Glance
- 326 Student Enrollment
- Students Receive AA Degree
- Fencing Program
- 97% of Student take SAT
- Algebra Bowl
- Robotics Club
- AP/Dual Credit/ UT OnRamps
For the second year in a row, a Comal ISD art student received the title of Champion in the sculpture category for the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo Western Art Contest and received a $10,000 scholarship. This year's winner is Madeleine 'Madz" Patten from Hill Country College Preparatory High School.
This year marked the first year for Comal ISD to host a Christmas Card Contest. Winners in three categories, elementary, middle and high school, were announced with surprise campus visits to Goodwin Fraizer Elementary, Church Hill Middle and Davenport High School.
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.
Architecture students from Smithson Valley High School recently spent their class time outside operating a mini excavator, skid steer and concrete pump truck during the campus' first Equipment Fair.
For the second year in a row, Davenport High School musician Matthew Stanford has been named to the All-State Jazz Band on drum set.
In a come-from-behind victory against the defending state champion, the Davenport High School volleyball team won the UIL Class 4A state championship and made school history November 18.
A three-member student-marketing team from Canyon Lake High School advanced to the semifinals of the National FFA Marketing Plan contest earlier this month.
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.
Once more, four teams will represent Comal ISD at the BEST of Texas Robotics state competition with two middle schools and two high schools advancing.