66 out of 10GreatSchools

Canyon High School

New Braunfels, TX
  • Public
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  • Grades 9-12
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  • Enrollment: 2637


Canyon High School
1404 North Interstate 35 Frontage Road
New Braunfels, TX 78130
(830) 221-2400
Canyon High School is located in New Braunfels, TX and serves grades 9-12.It received a GreatSchool rating of 6 out of 10
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Native American
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Reviews8 Reviews

We moved to the area from another state. The state and city we came from the high schools are below average and basically don't do much to help your children catch up if behind or even care if they finish. Canyon High Schools teachers and counselors did everything possible to help my child they even helped her finish early. I am still amazed at the help they have given and the things they do to help the students stay on track and finish. They give alot of different tutoring opportunities before, during and after school. They had a program called Cougar-Time that my children really enjoyed that was focused on ending bullying and bringing the students together as a team. Thank you Canyon Cougar faculty and teachers, you have given me faith in education again.
Our daughter has had a good freshman year at Canyon High School. Since she has taken all pre-ap classes, it has been a challenging but rewarding year. Swim team has been a great experience as well.
im a sophomore now in an extremely small school and I'm moving down south to this area and just curious of whats to offer here.. I'm excelled in all my classes and want to start post secondary and I'm just wondering if this school would be right for me? i love the small down feeling but i know thats going to be hard in a big state like texas.
Granted, in a rapidly growing district, there are many challenges, but the school and district administration tend to focus on that much more than on than on the current students. There is a great deal of HIDDEN bullying and violence at CHS, and preferential treatment (obscene, at times) is given to athletic standouts. The pressure amongst the top academic students is incredibly intense yet also ineffectual; my child graduated in the top 20, yet was ill prepared for the top-notch university he now attends. All that being said, there are individual staff and faculty members there who are among the most caring, diligent, attentive, responsive academicians I have ever met. Unfortunately, they do not seem to remain at the school. The district has a new superintendent this year; perhaps change will be in a positive direction.
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