Marble Falls ISD

The community of Marble Falls, Texas is located along U.S. Hwy 281, north and west of the capital city of Austin. Marble Falls Independent School District (ISD) serves this community and several other areas across a 268 square mile region of Texas Hill Country, including Spicewood, Meadowlakes, Fairland, and Smithwick.

This growing 4-A school district currently has four elementary schools, one middle school, one traditional high school, and one alternative high school campus. Total enrollment in Marble Falls ISD is currently more than 4,000, but as the district continues to grow, plans for building improvements and expansions are already being carried out. The school district’s website contains links to detailed monthly progress reports on this construction work, illustrating how administrators are interested in accountability and keeping the community informed about what takes place in Marble Falls ISD.

Overall, Marble Falls ISD has been rated as “academically acceptable” by the Texas Education Agency’s Academic Excellence Indicator System. In keeping with the pattern of being open and accessible, the district website also has posted a detailed District Improvement Plan that outlines steps that administrators hope to take to promote continued academic achievement. These efforts are all part of the “pursuit of excellence” that characterizes the district’s approach to education.

In addition to providing excellence in academic education, Marble Falls ISD schools also provide opportunities for students in a variety of other fields, including band, choir, FFA, art, and athletics. The University Interscholastic League is an academic competition in which Marble Falls ISD students have been recognized on the state and local levels many times. All of these extra-curricular activities serve to broaden the students’ education and to provide students with as many opportunities as possible for success.

Teaching in Marble Falls ISD

Marble Falls ISD is proud to say that 100% of teachers on staff at the district’s schools meet the requirements established by No Child Left Behind. If you would like to be a part of this growing tradition of excellence, the district’s website has information about the application and hiring process. Certified positions are currently available, and the website will continue to be updated as positions come available. New teachers with a bachelor’s degree have a starting salary of $40,000, well above the state minimum salary.

To access a job application and to find out more information about the district as a whole, please check out Marble Falls ISD’s website.

The Web-Centric Alternative Certification Program

Web-Centric ACP is a 100% online program that can be completed at your own pace. Because our program is conducted entirely online, it offers a flexibility that many traditional certification programs do not have. There are no unnecessary time away from friends or family while you are pursuing certification.

To qualify for admission into the WCACP, you must have a Bachelor’s degree and a 2.5 GPA.