Area Schools

Some people are surprised when they first realize just how many young families call Cordillera Ranch home.  There are over 225 Boerne ISD children living in Cordillera Ranch and another 30+ children that go to Geneva School of Boerne living in Cordillera Ranch.  That’s 250+ children in this neighborhood of approximately 570 homes.  So many more young families are moving into Cordillera Ranch to get into the great Boerne schools.

Boerne ISD is well known as one of the top school districts in the state of Texas. In addition, there are some great private school opportunities nearby including Geneva School of Boerne and the Montessori School, located just outside the gates of Cordillera Ranch. There are endless education opportunities in Cordillera Ranch.

Boerne ISD

Boerne Independent School District received the highest possible state accountability rating – “Met Standard” – for 2015.  This is the highest mark in the accountability rating system being phased in by the Texas Education Agency over the next several years. Boerne ISD received the “Met Standard” designation in 2013 and 2014; the TEA did not issue ratings in 2012 as part of a transition from the previous accountability system.
Click here to learn more about the accountability rating.

Grades K-6 – Cibolo Creek Elementary  (Met Standard 2015)
Grades 7-8 – Boerne Middle School North  (Met Standard 2015)
Grades 7-8 – Boerne Middle School South  (Met Standard 2015)
Grades 9-12 – Boerne High School  (Met Standard 2015)
Grades 9-12 – Boerne- Samuel V. Champion High School  (Met Standard 2015)

Transportation to all schools provided by Boerne ISD transportation EXCEPT to Boerne-Samuel V. Champion High School.

Area Private Schools

Grades Pre K-12 – Bracken Christian School – (830) 438-3211
Grades K-12 – Geneva School of Boerne – (830) 755-6101
Grades 6-12 – Texas Military Institute – (210) 698-7171
Ages 2-12 – Hill Country Montessori School – (830) 229-5377

Boerne Education in the News

BISD Schools Excel in New Report Rankings – BISD
Both BISD High Schools Named to Newsweek List – BISD