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Cole Cantu, an 11th-grade student at Smithson Valley High School, is the 2022 Southern Texas PGA Junior Golfer of the Year. He will be recognized during an awards banquet in February.
Comal ISD is well represented once more at the Texas BEST/UIL State Championship with four robotics teams competing. The teams include Canyon Lake High School, Hill Country College Preparatory High School, Spring Branch Middle School and Smithson Valley Middle School.
Three Comal ISD cross country teams and three individual athletes qualified for the UIL State Meet this fall. In the 5A conference, the Smithson Valley High School girls team finished sixth in the state, and the Canyon High School girls team finished seventh.
On this Veterans Day 2022, students proudly waved the red, white and blue in heartwarming ceremonies hosted by each Comal ISD campus to honor those who serve and have served in the United States Armed Forces.
Proud parents, coaches and friends celebrated a milestone in the careers of 23 student athletes from Canyon High, Canyon Lake High and Smithson Valley High during National Signing Day ceremonies. They each signed National Letters of Intent to play the sport of their choice at the next level.
A U.S. Navy veteran and Comal ISD father surprised his 7-year-old daughter when he walked into her second-grade classroom at Clear Spring Elementary. They had not seen each other for more than 75 days. The homecoming was the perfect way to kick off Veterans Day celebrations.
Smithson Valley athlete Colton Thomasson is being honored as a 2023 All-American on Thursday, Nov. 3.
Congratulations to the Davenport Wolf Band and Color Guard for advancing to the 4A UIL State Marching Band Contest!
The Comal ISD chess program kicked off its 10th anniversary with the first of four district-wide chess tournaments at Pieper High School. The host team took the top spot as the high school champions along with Danville Middle, Rebecca Creek Elementary and Oak Creek Elementary.
Special education athletes look forward to competing in the district-wide STAR bowling tournaments ever year. This year was no exception with approximately 180 participants in high school and middle school competing on separate days.