Homes For Sale In Smithson Valley High School Zone of North San Antonio / Spring Branch Area:
Smithson Valley High School is a public high school located near Spring Branch, TX just north of San Antonio up the HWY 281 corridor. It is part of the Comal Independent School District and is one of three high schools in the district. Smithson Valley High School is zoned for students who live primarily in the southwestern Comal County area, including the community of Bulverde.
Smithson Valley HS was established in 1976 and was named after Benjamin Smithson, who was a member of the Texas Rangers.
The High School serves over 2,000 students with the school mascot being the Rangers and school colors of Navy Blue and White.
Message from the principal: Welcome to Smithson Valley High School the home of the Rangers! Smithson Valley High School is a learning community dedicated to excellence in education and believes that all students possess inherent worth and the ability to learn. The teachers and staff at Smithson Valley High School are committed to providing optimal learning environments so students may reach their maximum potential. I am extremely honored to be the principal of Smithson Valley High School and have the opportunity to work with our outstanding students and staff.
As the Principal of Smithson Valley High School, it is my sincere pleasure and honor to be entrusted with the pride and traditions of this great school. I feel that my responsibility as the principal is to ensure that your child receives a quality education within a safe, respectful environment. I know the faculty and staff at Smithson Valley High School share that same focus. I am a firm believer in the home and school connection.
Smithson Valley High School enjoys a rich history of excellence that is the result of the school’s staff and parents working in partnership to provide diverse experiences for their students. By working together, I am confident we can make our school an even better place for our students to learn and grow as we enter the school year.
Go Rangers Go!