YOU'RE FAMILY IN NEW BRAUNFELS.

Education

Comal County and the City of New Braunfels have two school districts: New Braunfels ISD is primarily within the city limits and Comal Independent School District which spans 589 miles of central Texas, including parts of five central Texas counties: Comal, Bexar, Hays, Kendall, and Guadalupe.

CISD has 12 elementary schools, five middle schools, and three high schools in the district and is rated as a Recognized school district by the Texas Education Agency. NBISD has 11 total schools within the district and rated as an academically accepted school district.

To keep pace with the explosive population growth in the area, both CISD and NBISD have passed bond issues to build and expand schools, upgrade technology and purchase land for future schools. On May 9, 2015, voters in the Comal Independent School District approved a nearly $150 million bond package. The $147.7 million bond is based on the district’s plan to address growing enrollment in middle schools, along with capital projects at existing facilities and student safety and security. An estimated $94 million of the bond package will go toward the construction of two new middle schools. Since 1999, NBISD voters have approved $117 million worth of bonds and is considering a bond election in November 2015 that could total as much as 130-million dollars.

For more information about CISD, visit here

For more information about NB,visit here

Sept ’14
Enrollment

Student / Teacher
Ratio (’13)

May 2015
Graduates

Attendance Rate
(TX Avg 95.5%)
New Braunfels ISD

8,265

17:3

650

95.8%

Comal ISD

18,614

15.1

 1,380

95.6%

Average ACT/SAT Scores

NBISD NEW BRAUNFELS HIGH SCHOOL
AVERAGE SAT SCORE
Class of 2014 1026
Class of 2013 1028
AVERAGE ACT SCORE
Class of 2014 22.3
Class of 2013 21.9
Comal ISD Canyon/Smithson Valley/Canyon Lake High School
AVERAGE SAT SCORE
Class of 2013 1492
Class of 2012 1470
AVERAGE ACT SCORE
Class of 2013 22.3
Class of 2012 22.0

The source for the information above is the New Braunfels ISD and the Comal ISD. For more information visit New Braunfels ISD or Comal ISD

Start-up training programs for industry are available through local school districts working in cooperation with the Texas Department of commerce, Texas Education Agency and Texas Employment Commission. Also, both school districts offer comprehensive adult education programs.

To view information on our schools and their performance, please visit the Texas Education Agency

PRIVATE, PAROCHIAL AND SPECIAL SCHOOLS IN NEW BRAUNFELS *

 

Technical Schools

Central Texas Technology Center (CTTC) – The Central Texas Techology Center (CTTC), located in New Braunfels, serves as the regional workforce development campus for New Braunfels, Seguin and the regional area as well as provides higher education for the local communities. The CTTC offers a wide range of academic, technical and continuing education programs to include associate degrees through the colleges of the Alamo Community College District. Students can complete licensing and certification requirements in many trade programs through specialized curriculum. Workforce training programs can be created or tailored to fit the needs of the local industries as an added benefit.

Colleges and Universities in San Antonio – within a 30-minute radius

 

Educational Attainment (Age 25 and older) Total  
Less than 9th Grade 3,048
Grades 9-12 3,127
High School Diploma 11,256
Associates Degree 2,554
Bachelor’s degree 7,691
Master’s Degree 1,123
Professional School Degree 186
Doctorate Degree 244
   
2013 ACS – 3-yr estimates
Calendar
VIEW FULL CALENDAR
Latest News
VIEW ALL NEWS

1 day ago

View on Facebook

Going Vertical! Watch this new aerial video of our Creekside development. Metal framing is going up on the Village Venue at Creekside.

3 days ago

The numbers are in, and Comal County is now the sixth-fastest-growing county in the United States, with a Census-estimated population of about 135,000. The only two counties that grew faster between 2015 and 2016? Our neighbors Kendall and Hays counties. You can check out the data for yourself at www.census.gov/newsroom/press-kits/2017/20170323_popestimates.html

6 days ago

View on Facebook

6 days ago

View on Facebook

6 days ago

View on Facebook

6 days ago

View on Facebook

6 days ago

View on Facebook

1 week ago