Office of Student Services
615 West Missouri Street, Suite 403
Midland, Texas 79701
Midland ISD spans 765 square miles of West Texas, including the boundaries of Midland County. Named among “The 150 Best U.S. Cities” for many years, Midland’s warm climate, friendly people, and healthy economy are primary reasons for the city’s popularity. Midland is located midway between Dallas/Fort Worth and El Paso on Interstate 20. Midland’s population is more than 100,000, with about a quarter of a million people residing in the Midland/Odessa metropolitan area. Midland serves as an administrative center for the petroleum-producing region known as the Permian Basin, where about 20 percent of America’s oil and gas reserves are located.
From Early Childhood Education to Early College High School at Midland College, students in MISD are nurtured and challenged. The district combines time-tested methods of instruction with current technology to prepare students for academic, career, and personal success. Every student has an important place and is cherished in MISD. The elementary schools help students lay a foundation of understanding in a range of subjects. From learning the alphabet to learning algebra, elementary students gain skills to advance in secondary education. Students in secondary level schools further develop as scholars and citizens. Students not only learn important curricula, but are able to find their niche in numerous clubs, teams and sports. Coursework is designed to train students for both higher education and the workforce. Thank you for your participation in education, and for your support of Midland ISD!
Students may register at their neighborhood campus or by visiting Student Services on the fourth floor of Central Offices.
1) Birth Certificate
2) Shot/lmmunization Record
3) Proof of Address
4) Social Security Card (if applicable)
MISD Fast Facts
Number of students: Approximately 24,000
Number of employees: About 3,000
Number of campuses: 36
• 2 High Schools
• 1 Early College High School
• 1 Alternative High School
• 1 Advanced Technology Center
• 2 Freshmen Campuses
• 4 Junior High Schools
• 27 Elementary Campuses
• 1 Disciplinary School
The Midland Independent School District also offers three magnet programs at Bowie (Fine Arts), Pease (Communication/Technology), and Washington (Math/Science) as well as Gifted and Talented services in grades 1 – 6 at Carver Center. For additional information about the MISD magnet programs or the Gifted and Talented services, please visit the MISD website or call 432-240-1010.
Boundary “Need to Knows”
Students in the Parker Rural area have a choice between:
Parker or Travis
Students in the Santa Rita district who live between Todd Rd. and Lamesa Rd.
have a choice between:
Milam or Santa Rita
Students in the Fairmont Park District have a choice between:
Parker or Long
Please note that some schools close enrollment in certain grade levels throughout the year due to overcrowding.
MISD Specialized Schools
Advanced Technology Center provides career and technical training. Please visit www.midlandisdcte.com to learn more.
Coleman High School is an alternative High School. If you are interested in a unique, different, self-paced, environment where you are a name not a number, Coleman High School may be the place for you. For more information please visit: www.midlandisd.net/Page/13751
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. Visit www.midlandisd.net/domain/2486 to learn more.
2015 MISD Additional Information
THREE NEW SCHOOLS OPENED FALL 2015:
BUNCH ELEMENTARY (no head start available in district)
(NEW CAMPUSES WILL NOT REQUIRE UNIFORMS THE FIRST YEAR. STANDARD ATTIRE)
MAGNET SCHOOLS: a public school offering special instruction unavailable elsewhere, designed to attract a diverse population.
Washington/Math and Science
(NO LONGER A THREE SCHOOL CHOICE SYSTEM)
Please visit www.midlandisd.net
for requirements and information regarding student transfers.
“GRANDFATHERED”- IF A STUDENTS COMPLETES THE 9TH GRADE IN ONE DISTRICT AND THEN MOVES INTO ANOTHER SCHOOL DISTRICT, THE STUDENT MAY APPLY TO STAY AT THE ORIGINAL DISTRICT. TRANSFERS WILL BECONSIDERED BUT STUDENT ATTENDENCE MUST AT THE PREVIOUS CAMPUS. (NOT A GUARANTEED TRANSFER).
WHAT DISTRICT IS MY LISTING IN?
Go to: Midlandisd.net
See: Quick links (left hand side of page)
2015-2016 attendance zones
Input address in the top left hand corner
If the listing is in a new area not yet mapped, call student services @ 432-2401520 or email Teresa.firstname.lastname@example.org
. Maps are available on the MISD website under Bond Info.
ADDITIONAL DISTRICT INFORMATION FOR 2015-2016 SCHOOL YEAR:
About 300 students expected to leave the district
40% of MISD students expected to be reassigned
Petroleum academy to start this fall (contact counselor at prospective school.)
S.T.A.A.R -State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (timed test)