Elkhorn Ridge children attend one of the state’s top school districts

Located within the preeminent Boerne Independent School District, Elkhorn Ridge students attend Kendall Elementary, Boerne Middle School South and Champion High School. You can be sure that your children will receive a superior education that stands out among any other area in Texas.

Excellent programs. Exceptional faculty.

Boerne ISD schools are all rated as “Recognized” or “Exemplary” by the state of Texas. With an award-winning fine arts department, a strong gifted and talented program, dual language program, an outdoor academy and state championship athletic teams, the district offers unmatched opportunity for every student!

In recent years, Boerne ISD faculty members have received the Trinity Prize for Excellence as the most outstanding teachers in the San Antonio area. In addition, the district’s partnership with the University of Texas at San Antonio allows students to earn college credits during high school. Elkhorn Ridge’s affiliated schools  are conveniently located nearby.

Active community perfect for families on the go

Convenient access to championship 18-hole golf courses, the country club, parks and trails, swimming pools and tennis courts help make it easy for your family to live life to the fullest in Elkhorn Ridge. Unique restaurants and shops in Boerne are just minutes away, or visit the new and growing retail developments at The Rim and the Shops at La Cantera. When you live in Elkhorn Ridge, your children will be part of an excellent school system. You’ll also be close to the renowned South Texas Medical Center, the University of Texas at San Antonio, USAA, Valero and other major San Antonio-area employers.

Von Raub Elementary School

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Boerne Middle School South

Recognized as the top local middle school in the Niche Top 100 Texas Schools List, BMSS surrounds student learning with ingenuity, empowerment, support and accountability.

Samuel V. Champion High School

A 2014 Newsweek study placed Champion High School among the top 500 public high schools in the country. “Quality instruction, engaged students and involved parents” contribute to the school’s success.



The Episcopal School of Texas

TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas was established in 1893 and is a private, co-educational school for 460 students in grades 6-12. TMI is the oldest Episcopal Church-sponsored, college-preparatory school in the Southwest.


Geneva School of Boerne

The Geneva School of Boerne has more than 650 students enrolled in grades K-12. This private, co-educational school was founded in 1999 and provides “a classic education from a biblical worldview, to equip students for a lifetime of learning, service and leadership to the glory of God.”