Welcome to Church Hill Middle School, where relationship-building and high expectations of our students and staff are keys to the school’s success.
Church Hill Middle School is known for having high expectations of our students both academically and behaviorally. We have an eclectic mix of veteran and beginning staff who are both instructionally sound and extremely excited about getting to know you and your student. CHMS has various extracurricular programs such as band, athletics, choir, cheer, dance and theater to name a few. Academically, Church Hill students continue to score above the state and district averages on STAAR and EOC standardized testing. Over the past 6 years, CHMS has been awarded 22 TEA Academic Distinctions.
Finally, we feel that our relationship with our PTA is without equal. Our parents are welcome in the building and are always willing to give of their time and resources whenever there is a need.
If you would like to know more about us, feel free to contact us or come by and see us. We will be glad to visit with you.
The American Legion Program gives teachers and staff the opportunity to recognize students who exemplify the six qualities that define character. The honor is not only given to graduating seniors and eighth graders. It is also given to graduating fifth graders.
Two student anglers and members of the Comal ISD Bass Fishing Club are heading to the Hill Country Division: Lake Belton State Tournament July 25. They are currently tied for second place in the state - pretty impressive for the program's first year.
During a virtual meeting on Monday, June 29, the 15-member Texas School Safety Center Board of Directors elected Comal ISD Superintendent Andrew Kim as its chair. Kim has served on the board since 2017.
While their final baseball seasons were cut short due to COVID-19, seven recent Comal ISD graduates were selected to play the game they love in an all-star double-header matching the best of the best in the San Antonio area.
Correction: The American Legion honorees for Memorial Early College High School were reported incorrectly. Victor Hernandez and Josephine Tesauro received the top awards.
For almost a century, the American Legion has been honoring students who exemplify the six qualities that define character with its School Award Medal Program. Several Comal ISD campuses participate in this tradition by nominating students for this award.
For 14 years, William Daugherty has been teaching tumbles, stunts, pyramids and more to cheer athletes at Smithson Valley Middle School, and now, the Texas Girls Coaches Association is honoring his dedication and skill.
While celebrities continue to honor the graduating class of 2020 with special commencement speeches on YouTube and Instagram, the words spoken by seniors themselves are the ones which truly have meaning. The top two graduating seniors from each of Comal ISD's high schools encouraged, commiserated and challenged their fellow graduates to remember the highs and learn from the lows.
Senior Abigail Redin will not only graduate this Friday, June 5, she also will be featured on KENS 5 News as a Champion for Change. Redin received this honor because of the impact she has made on her community through her two Soles4Souls shoe drives.