Welcome to Marshall County Schools

Our vision is to provide a learning environment which will prepare every student for post-secondary education and/or career success. Marshall County School System will be a district of excellence provided through rigor, relevance, relationships, responsibility, and results. Marshall County School System will be responsible to all stakeholders ensuring all graduates of Marshall County School System possess 21st century skills in a global society.



Jacob Sorrells

Marshall County School System News

  • Jul 15, 2024
    NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION

    NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION

    New Student Registration will be held at each of the schools on Tuesday, July 23rd from 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM.


  • Jul 9, 2024
    State Seal

    State Seal

    Rep. Todd Warner presented Director of Schools Jacob Sorrells with a State Seal at last night's Board of Education meeting.


  • Jul 8, 2024
    Adopt-A-Teacher Giveback Giveaway

    Adopt-A-Teacher Giveback Giveaway

    The 2nd Annual Adopt-A-Teacher Giveback Giveaway is seeking donations to help support Marshall County teachers this school year. Click here for details - your support is greatly appreciated!


  • Jun 13, 2024
    Washington Youth Tour

    Washington Youth Tour

    Duck River Electric has announced the 10 high school juniors participating in the 2024 Washington Youth Tour, a week-long tour of our nation’s capital in June. Students are awarded the tour based on their winning stories submitted through DREMC’s annual writing contest. Students participating in the writing contest not only tour Washington, D.C. but are also eligible to compete on a state level for scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $10,000.


  • Jun 13, 2024
    scrimmage

    Four Team Scrimmage

    Forrest, Marshall County, Lincoln County, and Tullahoma scrimmaged today in Lewisburg. Best of luck to all of the teams!


  • Jun 11, 2024
    Summer Learning Camp

    Summer Learning Camp

    Marshall County Schools’ Summer Learning Camp is in full swing at CHES and MES! Rising K-9th graders have been receiving math and reading instruction; an hour of physical education; and spend time doing hands-on STREAM (Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Art and Music) activities throughout the day. The engaging and interactive projects help develop a wide range of skills, including problem-solving, critical thinking, and creativity, while also reinforcing important social skills, such as teamwork, communication, and collaboration.


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