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Midland Independent School District

Midland ISD serves local students with an excellence and optimism that sets Midland apart.

Academic and extracurricular programs provide many opportunities for students to continue in development as scholars and citizens. Parent and volunteer involvement is encouraged.

Following the passage of a bond issue, three new elementary schools are being filled with young learners. Technology-driven education opportunities are increasing, and students are being prepared for their futures. Additionally, teachers and district staff members are backed by the community. As a result, MISD’s approximately 23,000 students can grow in the best learning atmospheres.

It’s a great time in Midland ISD!


Early Childhood
The 3- and 4-year-old students who participate in the MISD Early Childhood Program gain an educational boost, and are prepared to start kindergarten with a base of knowledge and classroom experience.

Elementary Schools
MISD elementary schools incorporate up-to-date instructional methodologies and tools to lay foundations of understanding for each subject. Teachers engage students in educational material while letting their imaginations soar. From learning the alphabet to learning algebra concepts, students are made ready to move into secondary education.

Magnet Schools
Three MISD elementary schools are magnet campuses, which provide specialized curricula and after-school programs. They are Bowie Fine Arts Academy, Pease Communication & Technology Academy, and Washington Math & Science Institute.

Carver Center
Carver Center serves identified Gifted & Talented students in grades 2 through 6 by providing enriched instruction. Kindergarten and first graders are served on their home or magnet elementary campuses.


Secondary Schools
Instruction at the secondary level helps students develop as scholars and citizens. Coursework prepares students for higher education and the workforce.

Extracurricular Opportunities
Students have many avenues to develop in athletics, academics, the arts and in civic roles.

Gifted/Talented, Advanced Placement, & Concurrent Courses
Advanced Placement and Pre-AP classes challenge students to deeper study of subject areas; gifted/talented sections differentiate the AP and Pre-AP content for identified secondary students. Concurrent course opportunities allow them to earn both high school and college/university credit.

Career & Technology Education
Students have the opportunity to lay a foundation of understanding and to explore career opportunities in areas such as the oil and gas industry, engineering, computer technology, automotive technology, welding, health care, and culinary arts.

MISD collaborates with Midland College to offer Early College High School at Midland College. Students attend school on the college campus and earn college credit in the rigorous program. Upon graduation, students receive a high school diploma and an associate’s degree.


Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID)
The AVID Program is available to students in the 8th through 12th grades. The program offers support, giving students the tools and inspiration needed to succeed in college and beyond.

Communities In Schools (CIS)
MISD is proud to partner with Communities In Schools, a program which offers mentoring, and promotes success among the students identified to most benefit from the assistance.

If students fall behind in coursework, their plans for graduation and college do not have to suffer. Students may gain credits through A-Plus, a self-paced credit completion program available at all secondary campuses.


College Connection
Thanks to a partnership with Midland College, all MISD graduates receive a college acceptance letter upon graduation from high school. With MISD and Midland College as a launching point, students are prepared to go anywhere.

Collegiate Coaches
MISD Collegiate Coaches help address the needs of students as they ready themselves for college. The coaches provide practical help and guidance through the college admissions process.

Legacy Scholarship
Students who graduate from Midland schools with a qualifying GPA, and who perform community service each year, have the opportunity to receive a scholarship to attend Midland College.


Midland ISD Education Foundation
The Midland ISD Education Foundation provides grants that assist teachers in implementing creative curricula and programs in school. Additionally, it provides grants to educators to further their academic pursuits. The Foundation raises support throughout the year through in-kind donations and community events. Many donors give designated funds for specific projects to be managed by the Education Foundation. From foreign language labs to petroleum academies and fine arts, donors fund their passions through the foundation.

Parent Teacher Association (PTA)
The association connects volunteers with schools, which fortifies the offerings of each campus.

Partners In Education (PIE)
Businesses and organizations partner with the district to give time and resources to students and their campuses. MISD values supporters and friends in the community.

Volunteers In Public Schools (VIPS)
Volunteers give thousands of hours each year to give students mentorship and an academic boost. They provide resources which make good schools even better.

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