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Tradition - Performance - Opportunity

The Comal Academy's vision of the school is to assist those students who may otherwise leave high school with out their diploma.  Having a Comal Academy on each high school campus will hopefully make more students aware of possibilities and paths to their diploma.
 
Students interested in the Comal Academy can choose to fill out an application and take it to their campus representative or seek out the representative first to get more information and an application.
On the campus site you will find the handbook and application; part 1 and 2.  
 
For further information you may contact Lori Lehmberg, Principal (830.221.2950) or the campus representative for each campus.

At A Glance

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DHS Bronze Medalists 2024

Swim State Bronze Medalists, Qualifiers Recognized

All five Comal ISD high schools were represented this year at the state level in swim with a total of 33 athletes advancing to either the 4A or 5A meet, and athletes from Davenport High School brought home bronze medals in the 200-freestyle relay and the 500 freestyle.
DHS Art Club with Bots for Big Art Day 2024

Big Art Day Projects Engage Students, Staff, Community

Students and staff members at Danville Middle School and Davenport High School shared their creativity recently through Big Art Day activities. From obliterating an all-white room with colorful dots to designing their own Bot, everyone was engaged in art.
Superintendent Students of the 3rd Nine Weeks

Superintendent Students of the 3rd Nine Weeks Announced

A student from each campus has been selected as the Superintendent Student of the 3rd Nine Weeks. These students serve as a role models and demonstrate character traits such as integrity, respect, responsibility and perseverance.
Rey Feo 75 and honorees at Kinder Ranch ES

Rey Feo 75 Visits Kinder Ranch Elementary

King Rey Feo 75 and his court stopped by Kinder Ranch Elementary to share a diamond-inspired message on the 75th anniversary of the Rey Feo Scholarship Foundation. They have plans to visit 106 schools before Fiesta San Antonio begins in April.