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Marshall Academy News

  • Baseball MAIS All-Stars (6/13/2017) - Congratulations to our two MAIS All-Star Baseball Players, Peyton Taylor and Jacob Gadd. A special congrats to Jacob for being selected as MVP of the white team. We are very proud of these young men and for representing Marshall Academy so well.
  • Jacob Gadd signs with Blue Mountain (6/13/2017) - Marshall Academy wants to say a big congratulations to Jacob Gadd. Jacob signed to play basketball with Blue Mountain College on Friday, May 12. We are excited for Jacob as he begins this next chapter in his life. Pictured (l to r) Jeanie Anne Gadd, Jack Ryan Edwards, Merri Gadd, Jacob Gadd, and Jack Gadd. […]
  • Blake Martin signs with Blue Mountain (6/13/2017) - Congratulations to Marshall Academy Senior, Blake Martin. Blake signed with Blue Mountain College this morning, April 24 to play basketball for the Toppers. We are very proud of Blake for this great accomplishment and wish her the best of luck as she begins the next chapter in her life. Pictured (l to r front row) […]
  • Sports Banquet (6/13/2017) - Sunday, May 7 the annual Marshall Academy Athletic Banquet was held at Kirkwood National Golf Course. A great dinner, prepared by some of our parents, were enjoyed by athletes and other special guests. We had a great year in sports here at Marshall Academy. Softball Awards – Erin Lomenick(Hustle Award and All District), Blake Martin(Patriot […]
  • Booster Club Meeting June 13 (6/7/2017) - There will be a Booster Club meeting on Tuesday, June 13 at 6:00. It will be held in the Administration Conference Room in the main building. We will be talking about our new and much bigger advertising campaign, upcoming renovation projects such as updating the gym floor and covering the batting cages. Please come and […]
  • Hall of Fame 2017 (5/8/2017) - Each year the Marshall Academy faculty and staff nominate a group of seniors for the MA Hall of Fame. Seniors are selected based on service, academics, athletics, and leadership. The 2017 Marshall Academy Hall of Fame Inductees (l to r) Boyce McKinney, Darcie Gibson, Bailey Blaker, Blake Martin, and Whitt Rodgers.
  • Donuts with Dad (5/8/2017) - The annual Donuts with Dad sponsored by the PTC was held on Friday, April 28 with over 90 people in attendance. Paul McKinney, Marshall Academy Alumni, Dad, and Board Member, shared with the dads and students how great it is to be apart of the Marshall Academy “Family”. How by being apart of this “Family” […]
  • Mackey Rodgers Memorial Scholarship (5/8/2017) - Each year the Rodgers family select two deserving Marshall Academy students to award a scholarship in loving memory of their dad, Mr. Mackey Rodgers. Mr. Mackey was an important supporter of Marshall Academy over his life-time as a dad, board member, coach, and grandfather. This year the Rodgers family is happy to announce the recipients […]
  • Grandparents Day (5/8/2017) - The annual Marshall Academy Grandparents Day was held on Monday, April 24. Students in grades Pre-K – 6th Grade had a little program for their grandparents in the gym. After the program the grandparents enjoyed time in the classrooms and also had refreshments on the front lawn.
  • 3rd Grade Tie Dye T-Shirts (5/8/2017) - The 3rd Grade had a great time learning to tie dye t-shirts with Ms.Aimee Heinrich last week. They enjoyed learning the special techniques of tie dying and how to make great designs.

Welcome to Marshall Academy!

This site has been developed to give our families and prospective families an overview of our history, and insight into our current academic, athletic, artistic and cultural school life– “all things Marshall.”Marshall Academy is a K3-12 college preparatory school, located in historic Holly Springs, MS. The school was founded with the idea of establishing a school with high moral standards built on Christian principles and the love for learning. Marshall is a school of tomorrow for the world of tomorrow. Our curriculum focuses on critical and creative thinking, connecting ideas, and collaboration.

MA is accredited by Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS) and the Mississippi Association of Independent Schools (MAIS).

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