Midland Independent School District

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Midland Independent School District is a public school district in Midland, Texas. Midland ISD contains 35 campuses, two 6Ahigh schools, 24 elementary schools, and two early education centers.

Led by Superintendent of Schools Orlando Riddick, over 25,000 students are spread out amongst the various campuses.

In 2014-2015, the school district was rated "academically acceptable" by the Texas Education Agency.[1]


Entrance to Midland High School

Secondary schools[edit]

High schools[edit]

  • Robert E. Lee High School (10-12) and Lee Freshman High School (9)
  • Midland High School (10-12) and Midland Freshman High School (9)
  • Early College High School at Midland College (9-12) (magnet school)
  • Viola M. Coleman High School (9-12) (Alternative school)

Freshman High Schools[edit]

  • Robert E. Lee Freshman High School
  • Midland Freshman

Junior High Schools[edit]

  • George & Gladys Abell Junior High School
  • Alamo Junior High School
  • Charles Walter Goddard Junior High School
  • San Jacinto Junior High School

Elementary Schools[edit]

  • James Bonham Elementary School
  • David Burnet Elementary School
  • George H.W. Bush Elementary School
  • George Washington Carver Elementary School (for students tested as Gifted & Talented)
  • David Crockett Elementary School
  • Lorenzo DeZavala Elementary School
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson Elementary School
  • James Walker Fannin Elementary School
  • Barney R. Greathouse Elementary School
  • James Henderson Elementary School
  • Sam Houston Elementary School
  • Anson Jones Elementary School
  • Mirabeau Lamar Elementary School
  • Jane Long Elementary School
  • Benjamin Milam Elementary School
  • Quanah Parker Elementary School
  • Thomas Rusk Elementary School
  • Santa Rita Elementary School
  • Ruth Cowden Scharbauer Elementary School
  • South Elementary School
  • William Travis Elementary School
  • Booker T. Washington Elementary School

Elementary Magnet Schools[edit]

  • James Bowie Fine Arts Academy
  • Elisha Pease Communications/Technology Elementary Magnet School
  • George Washington Math & Science Institute

Early Childhood Schools[edit]

  • Ralph Bunche Early Childhood

Defunct Schools[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "2015 Accountability Rating System" (PDF). Texas Education Agency.

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