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MISD LogoWelcome to Marshall ISD

The Marshall Independent School District proudly serves approximately 5,000 students in Marshall, Texas. Our district consists of seven campuses, including Marshall High School (grades 9-12) and Marshall Junior High School (grades 6-8). MISD has four elementary campuses serving students in grades K-5: David Crockett Elementary, Price T. Young Elementary, Sam Houston Elementary and William B. Travis Elementary. Sam Houston Elementary serves as the district's designated STEM (Science,Technology, Engineering,Math) campus.Marshall Early Childhood Center serves as the district's PreK/Head Start campus, with Marshall Early Graduation School launching in the 2019-2020 school year as an early graduation charter school. The district also includes a Disciplinary Alternative Education Program (DAEP) campus, as well as Little Mav Academy, which is a full-day daycare/day school for children of MISD employees and students only with children ages six weeks to five years.

The Home of The Mavericks!

Marshall ISD is located in Marshall, Texas, in upper east Texas, 40 minutes from Shreveport, La., to the east and just over two hours from the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex to the west. Marshall is located at the intersection of three major highways -- Interstate 20 and State Highways 59 and 43. Historic Caddo Lake is located less than 20 minutes to the northeast of downtown Marshall, and the city is also just a short drive from Lake o' the Pines to the northwest. Marshall has a population of just over 23,000, and serves as the county seat of Harrison County. The average home value in the district as of July 2014 was $74,486. Marshall ISD encompasses an area of approximately 346 square miles in and around Marshall.
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