Top Tier Education in Boerne

A respected, established community like Boerne generally takes pride in the local education system. Boerne ISD is no exception, going above and beyond Texas standards in almost every area. This school district, containing Boerne, a small section of Kendall County, Fair Oaks Ranch, and parts of northern Bexar County, educates over 6,000 students over nine campuses, including three high schools, two middle schools, and five elementary schools. These schools have been recognized without fail at the regional, state, and national level.

High Schools:

High schools in the area include Boerne Academy, Boerne High School, and Boerne-Samuel V Champion High School. These schools have an exceptional amount of participation in AP/IB classes, performing extremely well in college preparation courses. Students perform statistically well above average, with a very high level of college readiness.

Middle Schools

Middle schools include Boerne Middle School North and Boerne Middle School South. The latter was recently recognized as a National Blue Ribbon school for excellence in academics.

Elementary Schools:

Elementary Schools in Boerne are Cibolo Creek Elementary, Currington Elementary, Fabra Elementary, Fair Oaks Ranch Elementary, and Kendall Elementary. All of these elementary schools are known for their exceptional preparation of students for later grades. Fair Oaks Ranch was recently recognized as a National Blue Ribbon School and one of the top 50 elementary schools in Texas.

Private Schools:

Myriad private schools in the area cater to multiple educational philosophies and religious backgrounds. These include Geneva School of Boerne, Ambleside School of Boerne, Vanguard Christian Institute, Hill Country Montessori School, and Boerne Preparatory Academy.

No matter what age your child enters into the Boerne school system, you can be sure he or she will receive a top-notch education from experienced, passionate teachers and schools. The Boerne district is nationally acclaimed, and it’s no surprise that its students excel.