Career and Technology

Comanche ISD offers career and technology education programs in agriculture, automotive technology, home economics, business and marketing. Admission to these programs is based on interest, age appropriateness and class space available.

ESL/ Bilingual Education Programs

Comanche ISD offers both Bilingual and English as a Second Language Educational Programs.  The goal of both programs is to enable English learners/ emergent bilingual students to become competent in the reading, listening, speaking, and writing of the English language through the development of literacy and academic skills in grade level content areas.



Dyslexia is a specific learning disability that is neurobiological in origin. Comanche ISD offers a wealth of information and resources for parents and children who find themselves facing dyslexia.  Please read about what we have to offer and contact our coordinator if you have any questions or concerns.


Comanche ISD offers a multi-tiered system of support infrastructure to help meet the academic, social-emotional, and behavioral needs of each and every students.  MTSS is similar to a system previously referred to as RtI (Response to Intervention).

Gifted and Talented

The goal of Comanche ISD is for students to create work that reflects the professional quality that the Texas State Plan for the Education of Gifted/Talented Students requires. “Students who participate in services designed for gifted students will demonstrate skills in self-directed learning, thinking, research, and communication as evidenced by the development of innovative products and performances that reflect individuality and creativity and are advanced in relation to students of similar age, experience, or environment. High school graduates who have participated in services for gifted students will have produced products and performances of professional quality as part of their program services.” All kindergarten students are screened for admission to the program using a nonverbal intelligence test. Nominations into the program may be made at any grade level by a parent, student, teacher, or other community member.

Admission to the program is based on test results, surveys, and planned activities. In grades 1-5, the students are serviced in a pullout program in which students participate in tasks based on the Texas Performance Standards Project.

In junior high we are offering Advanced Placement Classes and in high school we are offering both Advance Placement and Honors Classes to our GT students.


Advanced Academics

What Every Parent Should Know about Advanced Academics...

What the research says..

  • College graduates earn, on average, $1M more than high school graduates in an average earning lifetime.
  • The number of jobs requiring a college degree or technical training is increasing
  • Technology and automation have replaced many jobs that were once available to high school graduates
  • Academic study must prepare graduates for jobs that have not yet been invented. The academic intensity and quality of a student’s high school curriculum counts most in preparation for a bachelor's degree.    

                                                        Not class rank
                                                        Not test scores

                                                        Not grade point average

For more information about the benefits and research related to college preparation,  visit theCollege Board website.

What are the benefits in enrolling in college-level courses?

  • Earning college credits concurrently while meeting high school graduation requirements
  • Graduating on the Distinguished Achievement Program, DAP (4 advanced measures are required)
  • Real cost savings as a student can live at home while earning college credit hours
  • A nurturing, supportive environment, tutoring, and other course enhancements