Encompassing 112 square miles, two high schools, two middle schools, seven elementary schools, and more than 8,400 students and 950 employees, Midlothian ISD is one of the driving forces behind the community’s rapid growth. Planning for additional facilities is underway to keep pace with the steady arrival of new families and the expanding student population.
As one of the fastest-growing school districts in Texas, Midlothian ISD is committed to educational excellence that reaches far beyond today.
In 2017, for example, the district unveiled its 1:1 M*Powered Initiative through which students in kindergarten through fifth grade will be equipped with individual iPads and students in middle and high school will be issued MacBook Air devices, beginning with the 2017-2018 school year.
The district is also one of the first in North Texas to implement a new “SMART Tag” system, or Secured Mobility Authorized Ridership Technology, on MISD school buses. This technology utilizes high-tech ID badges to monitor students’ boarding and disembarking of buses and is designed to enhance bus safety and improve communication between the district, parents and students.
Average SAT and ACT Scores
Advanced education opportunities for students of all ages are available through the Midlothian Higher Education Center (MHEC). Approved by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board in April 2012, MHEC is the ninth Multi-Institution Teaching Center (MITC) in Texas and provides resources for students to pursue bachelor’s and master’s degrees.
Through partnerships between Navarro College, Texas A&M University-Commerce, and Tarleton State University, MHEC presents traditional and non-traditional students with a broad array of courses and programs.
Three partners, one campus.
- Navarro College
- Tarleton State University
- Texas A&M University-Commerce
Additionally, Midlothian ISD has partnered with MHEC to offer the newly created Midlothian Collegiate Scholars Academy (MCSA), which affords selected incoming 9th graders the opportunity to earn roughly 60 dual credit hours during their four years of high school and graduate with an associate’s degree.
A commitment to academic excellence at a variety of levels ensures that Midlothian’s educational infrastructure is not only helping younger students succeed but also enhancing the quality of the area workforce.