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Midlothian ISD celebrates 100 years of excellence in education. Reaching higher, gaining momentum, and moving aggressively describe what is presently happening in the district. This progress is the establishment of academic standards, improving student achievement, and continually finding new ways to ensure that every child succeeds in learning.

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MISD unveils its new promotional video, Power of Partnership. Join us as we highlight the outstanding students, teachers, staff, curriculum and programs at MISD; the tight-knit and supportive community of parents, business and individuals in Midlothian; and new facilities that are accommodating our growing community.

 

Mission Statement

To develop in each student the character, confidence, knowledge and skills to be successful in life.

 

Core Principles

 

Vision Statement

Striving to be the leading learning organization in the nation.

 

2014-2015 Points of Pride

 

Assessment Testing

View all District and Campus Report Cards

All MISD Schools Receive TEA Accountability Rating of "Met Standard"

 

Average ACT and SAT Scores

Test Class MISD State National
ACT 2014 22.3 20.9 21.0
SAT 2014 1,492 1,432 1,497
Updated: August 2014

 

Financial Information

Budgeted Expenditures $59,739,359
Expenditures per Pupil $7,842
Local Tax Rate Per $100 Valuation $1.54
Maintenance & Operations (M&O) $1.04
Debt Service (I&S) $0.50
Current Bond Indebtedness $230,017,167

Find more details on the Finance webpage

 

Student Enrollment (Weekly)

Campus # of Students
J.A. Vitovsky Elementary 647
J.R. Irvin Elementary 352
LaRue Miller Elementary 569
Longbranch Elementary 733
Mt. Peak Elementary 723
T.E. Baxter Elementary 622
Frank Seale Middle School 915
Walnut Grove Middle School 1015
Midlothian Heritage High School 636
Midlothian High School 1700
Total 7912
Updated: June 6, 2015

Detailed Report

Functional Capacity:
- High School of 2,500 students
- Middle School of 1,200 students
- Elementary School of 750 students

 

Five-Year Enrollment History

2013-2014 7,720 2.12%
2012-2013 7,560 0.09%
2011-2012 7,553 0.25%
2010-2011 7,572 3.32%
2009-2010 7,329 2.88%

Detailed 1st Quarterly Report (Updated: June 2015)

 

Staff & Student Profiles

Staff Profile Number Percent
Teachers 488.7 53.1%
Professional Support 89.0 9.7%
Campus Administration 25.9 2.8%
Central Administration 12 1.3%
Educational Aides 92.7 10.1%
Auxiliary Staff 212.5 23.1%
Updated: October 2014

 

Student Profile

Ethnicity    
White 5477 69.34%
Hispanic 1678 21.24%
African Americans 385 4.87%
Asian Americans 110 1.39%
Native Americans 34 0.43%
Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 9 0.11%
Two or More Races 206 2.61%

 

Programs    
At Risk 2,996 37.93%
Bilingual/English Second Language 309 3.91%
Career & Technology Education 1,559 19.74%
Economic Disadvantaged 1,742 22.05%
Gifted/Talented 507 6.42%
Limited English Proficient 311 3.94%
Special Education 740 9.37%
Title 1 1,097 13.89%
Dropouts 14 0.18%

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