Education in Marshall, Texas

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Education in Marshall, Texas in secondary and primary education is almost entirely conducted by the Marshall Independent School District, with over 6,000 students at twelve campuses. In addition to Marshall, the district serves the cities of Nesbitt and Scottsville as well as the community of Woodlawn.

A private institution, Trinity Episcopal School also exists and some parents choose to homeschool. Institutions of higher learning include, East Texas Baptist University and Wiley College, and campuses of Texas State Technical College and Panola College; all of which offer programs for high-schoolers as well as under graduates. ETBU is the largest school.

The school district was rated Academically Acceptable in the 2009 TEA accountability rating.[1]

MISD Campuses[edit]

Secondary[edit]

Primary[edit]

  • Price T. Young Middle
  • Sam Houston Middle
  • David Crockett Elementary School
  • Robert E. Lee Elementary
  • J.H. Moore Elementary
  • South Marshall Elementary
  • William B. Travis Elementary
  • George Washington Carver Early Childhood Center
  • Trinity Episcopal School of Marshall

Other campuses[edit]

  • MAC Center

Former campuses[edit]

  • Pemberton High School or Central High School (structure now part of Wiley)
  • Dogan (abandoned, name not re-used)
  • Stephen F. Austin (burned, name not re-used)
  • Isaac Van Zandt (structure now part of ETBU)
  • Sam Houston Elementary (abandoned, name re-used)

Notable graduates of a Marshall high school[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2009 Accountability Rating System". Texas Education Agency. 

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