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Welcome to Mountain Valley Middle School

It is my pleasure to introduce myself as your new principal of Mountain Valley Middle School.  I am extremely humbled and honored to be joining a campus where all stakeholders are committed to supporting and providing a rich educational environment. 
 
This is my 22nd year in education. I became part of Comal Independent School District in 2016, where I spent two years at Mountain Valley Middle School as a Campus Instructional Coach and an Assistant Principal before moving to Canyon Lake High School.  While at Canyon Lake High School, I served as the Assistant Principal and Academic Dean for the past two years. It is with great pride and excitement that I will be returning to Mountain Valley Middle School and continuing to serve this incredible community.  
 
It is my commitment to each of you to foster a school culture and climate where every child feels safe, connected, successful and heard.   I look forward to meeting each one of you.  Please know that my door is always open to you.  I sincerely welcome your conversation and input.  We will be learning together to achieve the highest accomplishments. 
 
Angela Looney
MVMS Principal

At A Glance

  • 750 Student Enrollment
  • sports15 Athletic Programs
  • docs100% of Students Take Pre-SAT
  • oillamp Academic UIL Programs
  • Critical writing across content
  • Created by potrace 1.10, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2011 Chess Program
CHS Fine Arts signing Night seniors

Canyon High Hosts Fine Arts Signing Night

Canyon High School hosted the District's first Fine Arts Signing Night for six seniors who will continue to pursue their passions in music, theater and art at the collegiate level.
SACC Summer

Enrollment Now Open for SACC Summer Program

Comal ISD again will offer its School Age Child Care (SACC) Summer Program to students, kindergarten through fifth grade. Activities will include swimming and field trips.
SVHS Coach Amanda Wolf-Schramm THSCA Board member

Smithson Valley Head Softball Coach, First Female to Serve on THSCA Board

Smithson Valley's head softball coach is making history as the first female coach to serve on the Texas High School Coaches Association (THSCA) Board of Directors. For 15 years, she has been encouraging her students to make a positive impact in the world, and she strives to lead by example.