Medina Valley ISD is a fast-growth district focused on meeting the needs of every student, every minute of every day. With a district enrollment of 5,100 students and growing at 7 â€“ 9% per year, Medina Valley ISD has undertaken the construction of two new schools, which will open for the 2018-19 school year. Luckey Ranch Elementary will be the district’s first campus in Bexar County, and is located in the Luckey Ranch subdivision, south of US Hwy 90 and between Loop 1604 and Hwy 211. Loma Alta Middle School is located on County Road 381, just to the south of Potranco Road, directly behind Potranco Elementary. The district is currently in the middle of a technology infrastructure replacement and expansion initiative, increasing the bandwidth available on each campus and providing more devices and more wireless access points. The district was recently awarded the state accountability distinction for post-secondary readiness; being one of only 58 districts in the state to receive this honor. Additionally, Medina Valley High School, LaCoste Elementary, and Castroville Elementary were honored for receiving all of the available distinction designations. The district is blessed with a hard-working, student-focused board of trustees, who are laser-focused on improving and expanding opportunities for all students.