What sets Martinsville isd apart?

Low Student-To-Teacher Ratio

Martinsville ISD has a district-wide student-to-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. This enables our students to have more one-on-one instruction with our teachers and helps our students achieve their full potential.

95% Enrollment in Career and Technical Education in Grades 7-12

Martinsville ISD has a diverse set of classroom offerings in career and technical education (CTE) with multiple programs in agriculture mechanics, animal science, floriculture, and family and consumer sciences. Our students have the opportunity to explore career opportunities in over 8,000 square feet of shop space or in our newly renovated culinary kitchen. Our students are able to learn job usable skills and trades with knowledgable faculty leading them to be successful.

1:1 Computers/Hotspots, State-of-the-Art Classroom Technology, and Network Infrastructure

Martinsville ISD has made a concerted effort to be ahead of the curve with regards to putting technology in students' and teachers' hands to facilitate learning in a digital environment. Each child from PK-12 is issued a computer or tablet as well as a content filtered mobile hotspot to access our learning platforms from home. Each of our classrooms is equipped with flat-panel touch displays, which support student collaboration and sharing on the screen. Our classrooms also feature amplified sound to promote clear communication and camera technology to record lessons for remote instruction and remediation. Our network infrastructure exceeds standards for bandwidth per student and performs well to allow our students access to the information they need in the most efficient manner possible.

Commitment to Safety

Martinsville ISD takes the safety of our faculty, staff, students, and community as one of our greatest responsibilities. As such, the Martinsville ISD Police Department takes proactive, multifaceted measures to ensure the safety of the campus property and its occupants both from physical security to cybersecurity.

Extra-Curricular Opportunities

Martinsville ISD has a number of extra-curricular opportunities for our students, which reach a diverse student population. These include student organizations, interscholastic contests, community events and more. We have student organizations that include Student Council, Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA), Future Farmers of America (FFA), National Honor Society (NHS), Christians in Action (CIA), and others. Interscholastic contests include FFA and FCCLA regional, state and national events, interscholatic academic and athletic contests, which include UIL academics, UIL One Act Play, basketball, baseball, softball, track and field, cross country, golf, and tennis. Community events include students competing in livestock shows across the state of Texas, as well as our much beloved Fall Festival, where students of all ages celebrate with the community, play games, win prizes, and eat their fill of carnival food.

High TEA Accountability Rating

In the most recent release of accountability data from the Texas Education Agency (TEA), Martinsville ISD received an overall B rating and scored an 84 overall and 89 in both student achievement and school progress.

programs

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Athletics

Agriculture Mechanics Shop with Metal and Woodworking Equipment and Projects

Agriculture & FFA

Family and Consumer Sciences Culinary Kitchen and Classroom

FCS & FCCLA

Academics

One Act Play Cast

Theatre

Music

Class of 2021 Spotlight

Cap and Gown Photo of Morgan Bass

Morgan Bass, Class of 2021

Cap and Gown Photo of Keaton Burns

Keaton Burns, Class of 2021

Cap and Gown Photo of Carmen Choate

Carmen Choate, Class of 2021

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Megan Choate, Class of 2021

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Iris Christopher, Class of 2021

Cap and Gown Photo of Layton Davis

Layton Davis, Class of 2021

Cap and Gown Photo of Hunter Dillard

Hunter Dillard, Class of 2021

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Gabe Giblin, Class of 2021

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Cutter Griffin, Class of 2021

Cap and Gown Photo of Blaine Holmes

Blaine Holmes, Class of 2021

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Kason Jordan, Class of 2021

Cap and Gown Photo of Cody Kolb

Cody Kolb, Class of 2021

Cap and Gown Photo of Cade Meamber

Cade Meamber, Class of 2021

Cap and Gown Photo of Jazmin Mendez

Jazmin Mendez, Class of 2021

Cap and Gown Photo of Danniel Mettlen

Danniel Mettlen, Class of 2021

Cap and Gown Photo of Savannah O'Steen

Savannah O'Steen, Class of 2021

Cap and Gown Photo of Rosalinda Palacios

Rosalinda Palacios, Class of 2021

Cap and Gown Photo of Leland Parker

Leland Parker, Class of 2021

Cap and Gown Photo of Justice Payne

Justice Payne, Class of 2021

Cap and Gown Photo of Raul Porras

Raul Porras, Class of 2021

Cap and Gown Photo of Haley Quinn

Haley Quinn, Class of 2021

Cap and Gown Photo of James Reppond

James Reppond, Class of 2021

Cap and Gown Photo of Laci Revill

Laci Revill, Class of 2021

Cap and Gown Photo of Harlee Simms

Harlee Simms, Class of 2021

Cap and Gown Photo of Colton Snider

Colton Snider, Class of 2021

Cap and Gown Photo of Stone Wagnon

Stone Wagnon, Class of 2021

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Danielle Weaver, Class of 2021

Cap and Gown Photo of Gracie Whitehead

Gracie Whitehead, Class of 2021

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Jayden Wiggins, Class of 2021

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Krystin Yarbrough, Class of 2021