mhsMarshall High School
"Home of the Mavericks"
1900 Maverick Drive
Marshall, TX 75670
903-927-7052 (fax)

Tina Brown

Andy Chilcoat

Nakena Bayless
Tiffany Best-Jolly
Marcus Clark
Francine Sparks

Melissa McIntosh

Suzan Harrison
Melissa Newton
Erica Zeller
Zach Davis



Any students enrolled in Career & Technology Business or Computer classes are eligible to join Future Business Leaders of America Club (FBLA). Be sure to see Mrs. Bailey or Mrs. Bono this week to sign up.
Business Information Management (BIM-I and BIM-II) is being offered this year for dual credit with Texas State Technical College (TSTC). Any 10th, 11th and 12th graders will be eligible to sign up to earn both high school and college credit at the same time. See Mrs. Bono or your counselor as soon as possible to get information on how to register.
A Student Council information meeting will be held in Ms. Abbit's Room 237 on Monday, Aug. 29, at 3:30. Officers will meet Thursday morning, Aug. 25, at 7:30 a.m., also in Ms. Abbit's room. Also, be on the lookout for Homecoming information for Homecoming Court voting and Dance tickets. The theme is "In The Mix Of The Spotlight."
Parking permits are required on ALL vehicles. The forms can be picked up during lunch periods this week and returned with the required documents for a sticker. Students may also come out to the Police Department Office between 7:30-8:00 or 3:30-4:00 to obtain a parking sticker.


 On Sept. 12, 1898, Marshall High School began operating in a building leased from Marshall University. The first Marshall High School only had two teachers, 30 students, and five subjects: Latin, English, History, Math and Science. The first graduating class had one student -- Miss Verbena Barnes. In 1924, the high school building was torn down and replaced with a new building facing West Houston Street. MHS students were housed in this building with periodic additions and renovations until 1980, when as a result of a $10 million bond issue a new high school was constructed on the current MHS site at the intersection of State Highways 43 and 59. The old building on West Houston has served as Marshall Junior High School since 1980, but will close in 2017 with the construction of a brand new Marshall Junior High School as a result of the Legacy 2017 building program.


lunch menuPARENTS: You may now manage your student's lunch payment account online! Click here for more details.

   AUG. 22 -
 Breakfast: Breakfast Pizza; Cereal. Lunch: Salisbury Steak; Sweet & Sour Chicken with Rice; Glazed Carrots; Pinto Beans; Applesauce.
 AUG. 23 - Breakfast: Chicken Biscuit; Cereal. Lunch: Roasted Chicken; Country Fried Steak; Mashed Potatoes with Gravy and Roll; Blackeye Peas; Pineapple Tidbits.
 AUG. 24- Breakfast: French Toast Sticks; Eggs; Cereal. Lunch:  Meatball Sub; Turkey and Cheese Sandwich; Green Beans; Garden Salad; Peaches.
   AUG. 25 - Breakfast: Sausage Biscuit; Cereal. Lunch: Spicy Chicken Strips; Hamburgers; Mashed Potatoes with Gravy and Roll; Corn; Mandarin Oranges.
  AUG. 26 - Breakfast: Kolache; Cereal. Lunch: Pepperoni Pizza; Popcorn Chicken; Potato Wedges; Garden Salad; Mixed Fruit.

mhs news

Marshall FFA Students Receive Lone Star Degrees
(July 18, 2016) -- Five Marshall FFA students were awarded their Lone Star Degrees at last week's annual FFA State Convention in DallasRead More

Former Mavette Heather Hill Named New Drill Team Director
(July 13, 2016) -- Heather Hill has deep family ties to Marshall. Those family ties include a former Marshall ISD school board member, both parents who served in the district as educators and administrators, and her husband who is also a graduate of Marshall High School. Read More

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