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!
Three Comal ISD athletes were named the "best of the best" by the San Antonio Express-News in the Alamo City High School Sports Awards. They are the best in their sports which includes baseball, soccer and wrestling.
Comal ISD is proud to partner with community partners who offer scholarships to district students. This year the district with the help of these community partners awarded a total of 477 local scholarships to seniors across the district. These scholarships range in amounts from $250 to $25,000.
Comal ISD students excel both in and out of the classroom, and their achievements are recognized in many ways. When it comes to academic honors, students who graduate in the top 5, 10 and 15 percent of their class are honored and given honor chords to wear with their cap and gown.
The last day of the school year for teachers and staff brought a big surprise to two Comal ISD teachers. Johnson Ranch Elementary kindergarten teacher Danielle Tapp was named the Elementary District Teacher of the Year, and Hill Country College Preparatory High School English teacher Jennifer Fey was named the Secondary Teacher of the Year.
As the 2021-2022 school year comes to an end, Comal ISD would like to announce its Campus Teachers of the Year. These 33 teachers exemplify the district's commitment to high expectations, teamwork, service and making sure that every student's success comes first.
The summer is prime time to join the team at Comal ISD, and the district is hosting five summer job fairs to fill all positions with a high demand for teachers, bus drivers, instructional paraprofessionals, licensed specialists in school psychology (LSSP) and licensed speech pathologists (LSP).