Midlothian ISD celebrates over 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.
New Student Registration
Parents of students new to MISD must register child at assigned campus (Click here for school attendance zones). Required paperwork needed: two proofs of residency (I.e. mortgage statement or lease agreement and either a current water, gas, or electric bill), birth certificate, student social security card, current immunization records (see Immunizations Requirements), transcript/withdrawal papers from previous school, parent driver's license, and custody papers (if applicable).
New-To-District Enrollment Packets
(PDF files include form, home language survey and in-district survey)
Learn about the MISD Head Start program at LaRue Miller Elementary.
Middle School: 8:35a-3:40p
High School: 8:55a-3:55p
Student Achievement Highlights
Texas Education Agency Ratings based on the 2011 TAKS performance & indicators:
- Midlothian Independent School District - Recognized
- J.A. Vitovsky Elementary - Exemplary
- J.R. Irvin Elementary - Exemplary
- LaRue Miller Elementary - Recognized
- Longbranch Elementary - Exemplary
- Mt. Peak Elementary - Exemplary
- T.E. Baxter Elementary - Recognized
- Frank Seale Middle School - Recognized
- Walnut Grove Middle School - Recognized
- Midlothian High School - Recognized
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District & Campus
- MISD Energy Management initiative has saved the district over $185,000 since June 2011
- Superior Achievement on Financial Rating
- 5-Star Rating on TX Comptroller of Public Accounts
- Servant Leaders Tami Lowman, Vitovsky Elementary Marlen Pinto, WGMS
- Safe Bus Driver Award: Danny Hemphill
- Googled Certified Teacher: Ann Witherspoon, FSMS
- National Merit Commended Scholars: Andrew Hernandez, Rachel Hurst and Noah Rodgers
- National Hispanic Scholar: Andrew Hernandez
- Pantherettes: 1st Runner-Up Duet at Regional Competition
- U.I.L. Academics: Regional and State Qualifiers
- High School Community Problem Solvers 1st place in Education Category
- Middle School Community Problem Solvers International Competition Qualifiers
- Ellis Co. Photo Contest Winners: Roger Ward, Emma Germany and Taylor Tewalt
- Duke University Talent Identification Program: Six 7th graders awarded State Recognition
- FFA: Farm Business Management Team: 2nd at State Competition
- Panther Regiment: Superior Ratings at U.I.L. Regional
- Distinguished Campus Performance Award: J.A. Vitovsky Elementary
- FSMS Choirs received all "1's" at Sandy Lake Competition
- WGMS Tenor/Bass Boys Choir: Honored at Texas Music Educators Association
- MHS Select Women's Choir: Superior Ratings at South Padre Island Competition
- MHS A Cappella Choir: Superior Ratings & Best Overall Choir
- MHS Panther Pride Newspaper: National Award from Scholastic Press Association
- Panther Cheerleaders: Top Honors at Dallas Cowboy Cheerleader National Competition
- Baseball: 5 Academic All-State, 8 Academic All-District, and 7 All-District
- Cross Country Teams: Regional Qualifiers
- Football: 18 Academic All-District, 8 All-District
- Powerlifting: Girls 8 State Qualifiers
- Golf: Boys 3 Academic All-District, 2 Tournament Championships; Girls 3 Tourney Championships, 5
Academic All-District, 1 Academic All-State
- Soccer: Boys 3 Academic All-State, 2 All-Region, 12 All-District; Girls 5A District Champions
- Softball: Bi-District Qualifiers, 8 All-District, and 7 Academic All-District
- Track & Field: 3 State Qualifiers
- Volleyball Bi-District Qualifier, 12 Academic All-District, 8 All-District
- Tennis: Boys District Champion, 4 Academic All-State; Girls District Champions
- Wrestling: Boys - 4 Regional Qualifiers, Girls - 1 Regional Qualifier
Here's what you need to know...
Since 2003, the student population has increased by 30%. The school district has approximately 112 square miles serving approximately 7,350 students who reside within the boundaries of Cedar Hill, Mansfield, Maypearl, Ovilla, Venus, and Waxahachie.
The teaching staff strives to provide quality instruction and receives ongoing professional development through the district staff development program where teachers focus on content and instructional strategies, the alignment of curriculum, the integration of technology and the important task of building strong readers.
Midlothian ISD includes six elementary schools grades Pre K-5, two middle schools grades 6-8, and one high school grades 9-12. The schools retain a long history of recognition for student achievement and excellent student discipline. There is pride in the care and maintenance of facilities and the provisions for good learning environments.
The City of Midlothian is conveniently located 30 miles south of Dallas and 30 miles southeast of Ft. Worth. Known as the “Cement Capitol of Texas”, the growing community blends a rural quality of life with urban amenities, enriched by exceptional schools, churches and neighborhoods where innovative partnerships of citizens, businesses and governments respond to community needs. Visit the Chamber of Commerce for more information.
If you have any questions about the district, please contact the MISD Communications Department at (972) 775-8296, ext. 1037 or email Jana Pongratz.