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One of the biggest strengths of SCUC-ISD is the wide background and world experiences our students have. Being a miliary community means our students and their families have lived all over the world and they bring those experiences and world cultures with them into our classrooms and into learning discussions. SCUC ISD has 37.28% military-connected students in our district.
The district is proud to be amongst very few in the area to hold a charter for an International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma program. The IB program is a two-year advanced studies program that is housed at Clemens High School.
The Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City Independent School District is a fast-growth district with a small-town atmosphere. SCUCISD is located on the northeast side of San Antonio within a 73-square mile area that includes Bexar and Guadalupe counties.
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Our San Antonio-area Independent School Districts serve 340,238 students. Our school zones are broken up into ISDs (school districts).
The districts cover Bexar, the Hill Country, Comal, and Wilson counties.
Principals, teachers, counselors, nurses, and maintenance are a few of the roles working together to create an environment that is safe and supportive. Academics and extracurricular clubs provide opportunities to all students with varying interests and skill levels.
Dr. Clark Ealy became the Superintendent of Schools for the Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City Independent School District on February 3, 2020. Dr. Ealy previously served as Superintendent of Schools for the College Station Independent School District (CSISD) since June of 2014. Ealy came to CSISD in 2000, having previously worked as a campus administrator and teacher/coach in districts in the Houston and Dallas areas. Ealy’s district level leadership roles include the Director of Program Assessment, Evaluation and Accountability; Executive Director for Accountability and Planning; and the Deputy Superintendent for Administrative Services.
Dr. Ealy is an advocate for public education, actively participating with the Texas Association of School Administrators, Future Ready Superintendent Leadership Network and the Texas Fast Growth Schools Coalition. Educationally, Dr. Ealy earned a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology (1990) from Texas A&M University, a Master of Education (1996) from Texas A&M – Commerce, and a Ph.D. in Educational Administration (2003) from Texas A&M University.
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