Moulton Independent School District
Moulton ISD has two campuses - Moulton High (Grades 7-12) and Moulton Elementary (Grades PK-6).
In 2017, Moulton High School (MHS) received a "Met Standard" rating by the Texas Education Agency. With the rating, MHS also received seven out of seven distinction designations. MHS is one of 467 campuses (or 5.3%) that earned every distinction for which they were eligible. MHS met standards in Student Achievement, Student Progress, Closing Performance Gaps, and Post-secondary Readiness, and on top of that, the school earned the seven distinction designations available: Academic Achievement in ELA/Reading, Academic Achievement in Mathematics, Academic Achievement in Science, Academic Achievement in Social Studies, Top 25 Percent Student Progress, Top 25 Percent Closing Performance Gaps, and Post-secondary Readiness. Only campuses and districts that receive a Met Standard rating are eligible for distinction designations. There are 8, 757 campuses in Texas. 4,553 (52.0%) campuses earned one or more distinctions. 467 (5.3%) campuses earned every distinction for which they were eligible. Of the 1,203 districts evaluated, 58 (4.8%) districts earned the distinction for post-secondary readiness.
The high school competes in the 1A classification under the University Interscholastic League in several extracurricular activities.
- Boys/Girls Basketball (over 25 state tournament appearances)
- Boys/Girls Cross Country
- Boys/Girls Track
- Boys/Girls Golf
- Boys/Girls Tennis
Other clubs/organizations sponsored by the school: FFA, 4H, Beta club, Spanish club, Student Council, and Robotics.
The Superintendent of Schools for the Moulton Independent School District is Todd Grandjean.
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