Medina Valley ISD GoPublic

ENCOURAGING ALL CHILDREN TO ACHIEVE THEIR HIGHEST POTENTIAL

Mission

Medina Valley Independent School District provides students with a superior and diverse education that inspires excellence, promotes accountability and values, and encourages all students to achieve their highest potential.

WE'RE PROUD OF OUR RESULTS!

3,660

Dual District Hours

416

Industry Certifications

269

Graduates

$3,078,286

Scholarships

Highlights

Medina Valley ISD encompasses 300 square miles and is located west of San Antonio.

The proud students of the Panther Nation come from Castroville, La Coste, Rio Medina, Dunlay, Mico, parts of San Antonio, and surrounding areas.

The District has approximately 5,500 students with 7 campuses: 4 elementary, 2 middle, and 1 high school.

Over the past several years, Medina Valley has seen consistent increasing growth in student enrollment with an increase of 7% – 10% new students every year.

The District consistently outscores all State averages in accountability ratings and testing, producing well-rounded career-minded students.

The school community is constantly evolving from year to year with new state of the art facilities and building additions.

The District excels in all academic and athletic extracurricular activities and has a large fan base for all activities.

DR. KENNETH ROHRBACH

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 – 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.

Shannon Beasley

Trustee

Beth Zinsmeyer Vice President Medina Valley ISD GoPublic

Beth Zinsmeyer

Trustee

Jennilea Campbell Secretary Medina Valley ISD GoPublic

Jennilea Campbell

Secretary

medina valley board

Veronica Cavazos

Trustee

Mario De Leon Medina Valley ISD GoPublic

Mario De Leon

President

Terry Groff

Vice President

Paula Davidson Trustee Medina Valley ISD GoPublic

Paula Davidson

Trustee