MISD – Secondary Schools

Please be sure to refer to our MISD – General Post about basic information including enrollment.

Secondary schools are based on your neighborhood.  You can view the current attendance boundaries via this map  and enter your address in the search window (in the blue bar) in the top, left corner of the page.

In MISD, Jr. High school is for grades 7-8th.  Depending on your neighborhood, your child may attend Abell Junior High , Goddard Junior High or San Jacinto Junior High.

Ninth graders have their own campuses at Lee Freshman and Midland Freshman.

For grades 10-12 students attend Lee Senior High , Midland Senior High, Coleman High, or Early College High School at Midland College.

A few unique programs to be aware of in MISD

Early College High School at Midland College
Located on the campus of Midland College, Early College High School @ Midland College is a joint effort between the Midland Independent School District and Midland College to provide students with the opportunity and support necessary to achieve their goal of post secondary education.

Upon the completion of four years, it is expected that students will receive a high school diploma from MISD as well as an associate’s degree from Midland College through the confluence of high school courses and dual credit opportunities. Early college high school courses, including college-level courses taken on the campuses of partner colleges, are free to students

Midland Alternative Program
More about MAP can be found in the student-parent handbook – http://www.midlandisd.net/cms/lib01/TX01000898/Centricity/Domain/2240/MAP%20Student%20Handbook%202016-2017%20Rev%2008-11-16.pdf

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