Education

Education is important and where you choose to raise your children will directly influence the type of education they receive. Midland, Texas has an excellent education system and is known for innovative educational programs in science and technology. Through Educate Midland, we are educating and empowering students from the cradle through their career. This is a 3600 approach to education that believes children and communities do best when the school system, business leaders, and stakeholders work together to give youth the skills they need to succeed and thrive as adults. With a vision to ensure that all students achieve their highest educational potential, Educate Midland is making an impact through empowerment and by transforming the minds of children within our community.

Private schools located within Midland also offer a wide variety of innovative educational programs, designed for the specific needs of their student body. Regardless of whether parents choose to send their children to public or private school, the quality of education in Midland is exceptional.

Midland is also a safe community and somewhere parents can feel confident sending their children to school in the morning. Rated as one of the 50 safest cities in Texas, this is an incredible area to call home.


Enrollment Numbers

Midland ISD by the numbers (2019-2020) -

  • 26,133 students enrolled
  • Projected to increase by 30% from 2018 to 2028
  • 836 students enrolled in Pre-K
  • 43 campuses
  • 25+ career pathways offered
  • $418 million budget

As of March 2018 No. of Schools Total Enrollment
Elementary 27 15,452
Junior High 5 3,846
Freshman 2 1,656
High School 8 4,653
Early College High 1 352

 


Educate Midland

Did you know? Employment in occupations related to STEM—science, technology, engineering, and mathematics—is projected to grow to more than 9 million between 2012 and 2022. Educate Midland has a vision for helping all children to reach their highest potential through a process called COLLECTIVE IMPACT.

Learn about Educate Midland and how the Collective Impact process is changing the state of education in our community: http://educatemidland.org/


Public Schools


Private Schools