Welcome to the 2022-2023 school year! This is going to be a wonderful year! We promote academic excellence, family/community involvement, and are dedicated to making each student feel valued. Our highest goal is that each student reaches their maximum potential.
We will be starting this year with over 700 students. As we continue to grow, we will hold true to our traditions and the community feel we all love and cherish. At the same time, we place your child’s safety as our top priority. We know you have entrusted us with your children, and we take this gift very seriously. It is a priority that our school provides effective communication and a safe environment for our HLES families.
A Smithson Valley High School student's audio-essay is the among the top 10 in the state of Texas. He used his skills in public speaking to enter the annual VFW Voice of Democracy contest and won a $4,000 scholarship.
The February round of national high school signing events wrapped up for Comal ISD with 13 Smithson Valley High School student athletes taking the next step in their athletic careers. This brought the total number of signees for the district to 42 over a four-day period.
While Davenport High School celebrated eight student athletes with a National Signing Day celebration, two additional athletes from Canyon High and Canyon Lake High School also signed letters of intent to play the sport of their choice at the collegiate level recently.
The New Braunfels Art League named a Comal ISD teacher as its 2022 Artist of the Year. Nell Anderson is an art teacher at Canyon Lake High School and hopes to use the honor to motivate her students to never stop pursuing their passions.
Tait Stanush proudly represented Smithson Valley High School and Comal ISD in the 2023 San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo Junior Pitmaster Challenge and walked away with Grand Champion title and a $10,000 scholarship.
A little weather delay didn't stop the celebrations for 19 student athletes from Canyon High School and Canyon Lake High School who signed National Letters of Intent to play the sport of their choice at the collegiate level.
Jordyn Polk was the youngest of 10 students from the United States and Europe selected for this year's fall leadership program for military-connected students, and she received the outstanding participant award at the end of the week-long experience.