I would like to take this opportunity to express to you the honor and enthusiasm I feel for being the principal at Canyon High School. I feel privileged and blessed to work where I am surrounded by outstanding students, staff, and community members.
Our staff is dedicated to providing an environment that fosters student growth and encourages students to take academic risks. It is my sincere belief that the cornerstone of any school is high standards and expectations for students, co-curricular participation and responsible citizenship.
Canyon High School has a long and rich tradition of developing students who meet these standards. We know how important our families and community are in the growth and development of our students and I am confident that, together, we can make Canyon High School an even better place for our students to grow towards their futures.
I’m looking forward to an exciting school year and getting to know you all as the year begins!
October is breast cancer awareness month, and for one Comal ISD campus, the disease has hit home. A beloved teacher was diagnosed this summer with the disease, and her outlook has become an inspiration to everyone she meets.
Annually, high school students from across the United States participate in a leadership program designed to teach them about citizenship and government. Students from Comal ISD learned the importance of getting involved at Boys State and Girls State.
At its regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday, the Comal ISD Board of Trustees approved a 7-cent decrease in the district’s tax rate, lowering it from 1.39 to $1.32. The new rate goes into effect immediately.