Marshall ISD

Marshall ISD, of Marshall, Texas, is located in Harrison County in northeast Texas. The population of Marshall, Texas is around 24,751 residents as of 2012. Among this population, 5,541 are students of Marshall ISD. This district currently has eleven campuses including: 1 Pre-K/Head start, 6 elementary schools, 12 middle schools, 1 junior high school, and 1 high school. It is the district’s vision that all of their students benefit from the education that is provided.

The Afterschool Centers for Education Program is an initiative brought to students through the partnership of Marshall ISD and the Boys and Girls Club of Big Pines. Its goal is to improve the academic performance, self-worth, and college and workforce preparation of students who attend high poverty, low-performing schools. They intend to do this through research based activities that introduces students to learning methods that will help improve their chances of academic academic success.

The Marshall Education Program, although not a part of Marshall ISD, aids the district in providing the tools and resources students need to ensure their education success. They achieve this through earning money which help supports MISD teachers for supplemental programs and materials.

The Career and Technical Education program in Marshall ISD prepares its students for high skilled jobs or collegiate aspirations, whichever path they choose. They continue to add more program careers and subjects so students have more career and interest options. They have recently added a Cosmetology course in 2010 and added Medical Microbiology, Pathophysiology, and Health Science Courses in 2014. The district was also able to add an additional teaching position in Health Science in 2014.

In 2015, the district partnered with Trinity Industries for students to have the opportunity for employment preparation and MHS welding students to have the opportunity for potential internships. They have also achieved community partnerships with Panol, Good Shepherd Medical Center and Texas State Technical College (TSTC). With the CTE program, students also have the opportunity to earn a Texas Eastman Scholarship for TSTC or Kilgore College, which could also lead to an internship and hire upon completion of courses.

Marshall ISD's attendance rate was at 95.5% for the 2012-2013 school year. The dropout rate for 2012-2013 school year was at a 1.6%. Around 59% of students were deemed college ready graduates for the English language art subject, and 63% of the students were deemed college ready for mathematics. The average SAT score for the 2012-2013 school year was 1371 and the average ACT score was 19.7.

Marshall ISD has around 738 members of their faculty and staff, with 355 of them being teachers. The average years of experience among the teachers are around 11.3, and an average of 6.7 years within the district. The average salary of a MISD teacher is around $42,390.

If you want to teach at Marshall ISD but haven’t gained your Texas teacher’s certification yet, then you may want to consider our Web Centric Alternative Certification Program. The program is primarily online based and can be completed around your schedule. You can gain your certification at your pace and in a timely manner, where you can be teaching in no time.

Marshall ISD works hard to ensure that every student has the opportunity to succeed and has the resources to do so. If you want to learn more about the district you can visit them at to learn more about the schools, programs, curriculum and more.