Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City Independent School District is a three-county school district located just on the outskirts of northeastern San Antonio, in the south central part of Texas. The district is centered in Schertz but has expanded to include Guadalupe and Bexar counties as population throughout the region has increased. It now spans nearly 60 square miles, making it one of the largest school districts in the state geographically.

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The vision of the SCUC Independent School District is to help EVERY student to be a productive member of society. With core values of Leadership, Character, Commitment, Service and Learning, the district strives to teach its more than 14,500 enrolled students what it takes to become leaders in whatever career path they should choose to follow.

Schertz Cibolo Universal City ISD

There are sixteen schools in Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City school district, including eight elementary schools, five intermediate and junior high schools, 3 high schools and an alternative school for those who require more discipline to succeed.

SCUC ISD Facts at a Glance

Location: Schertz, Texas

District Population: 58,437 (as of 2010)

Median household income: $76,416 (2012)

Median House Value: $168,900 (2012)

Enrollment: 14,550

Link to School Calendar 2015-2016:


SCUC ISD has maintained the status of high-achieving schools in the state of Texas for many years. Its high schools are consistently ranked in the top 30%. Leadership training is a priority of the district, with more than two hundred teachers and administrators being trained as campus leaders through Professional Learning Communities (PLC) and another program, Thinking Through Quality Questioning (TTQQ). 96% of the district’s students complete high school, and the majority of those go on to pursue a four year degree. In 2014 students in the Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City Independent School District received over $22.1 million in scholarships to attend college.

Access to International Education

Schools in Schertz offer area kids an opportunity that few districts in the country do. The Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD holds a charter for a program that brings a globally recognized academic program to the tri-county school district. The International Baccalaureate, or IB, program is a two-year advanced level program for area students that allows them to earn college credit while in high school.

The International Baccalaureate program is based at Clemens High School in Schertz, Texas. Students enrolled in the IB Diploma program take exams in six separate subject areas. In their junior and senior years they write an extended essay that helps them communicate more complex ideas. They also take a class that helps them to learn how to think and to apply what they learn in the classroom, the Theory of Knowledge (TOK) course. For more information on the International Baccalaureate program visit Samuel Clemens high school:


A competitive spirt is a given in Texas. The UIL Lone Star Cup is a state competition of high schools from across the state that compares academic, artistic and athletic excellence, creating a state-wide ranking system. In the 2013-2014 school year both Steele and Clemens High School completed the year in the top 10% of all schools for their size and composition (4A and 5A High Schools).

Comprehensive Listing of Schools in the District

Green Valley Elementary School:

Maxine & Lutrell Watts Elementary School:

Norma J. Paschal Elementary School:

O.G. Wiederstein Elementary School:

Schertz Elementary School: Garden Elementary School

John A. Sippel Elementary School:

Cibolo Valley Elementary School:

Barbara C. Jordan Intermediate School:

Laura Ingalls Wilder Intermediate School:

Elaine S. Schlather Intermediate School:

J. Frank Dobie Junior High School:

Ray D. Corbett Junior High School:

Allison L. Steele Enhanced learning Center:

Byron P. Steele II High School:

Samuel Clemens High School:

Schertz Cibolo Universal City ISD

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