Along Farm Market Road 78, situated between two major highways lies Cibolo, Texas. Located within the extreme western corner of Guadalupe County, Cibolo is home to nearly 28,000 residents. Surrounded by Cibolo Creek and plentiful grasslands, Cibolo offers its residents unending nature and recreational activities. With easy access to both Sequin and San Antonio, Cibolo is rife with opportunity and life experience.
Schooling within Cibolo falls under the Schertz-Cibolo-U City Independent School District. SCUCISD enrolls 60% of Cibolo’s population. The schools with the highest ratings are Barbara Jordan Intermediate School, Dobie J High School, and Laura Ingalls Wilder Intermediate School; all receiving an 8 out of 10 rating. SCUCISD sets its students up for success, resulting in an 87% graduation rate. The majority of higher education options fall within a 30 mile radius, with San Antonio being the predominant schooling area. A few of the 4-year Universities include University of Phoenix, St. Mary's University, and Texas Lutheran University.
Having risen 3% over the past year, Cibolo’s median home value currently stands at $199,900, with the average rent price set at $1,550. Cibolo’s real estate offers ranch-style homes, acres for custom built homes, townhomes and apartments. With several living options available, Cibolo real estate invites people with varying styles and preference to make the Lone Star State their home. With Cibolo falling between IH 10 and IH 35, commuting to work can be done in a timely and convenient manner.
With a slew of parks in the surrounding area, including Schlather Park, Pickrell park, and Al Rich Park, Cibolo’s outdoorsy environment makes for great recreational activities. Cibolo also has a rich historical background, offering museums for both children and adults to share their settlement stories. With just a 13 mile distance from San Antonio, Cibolo residents have easy access to San Antonio's River Walk, aquatic parks, the San Antonio Zoo, and Japanese Tea Garden.