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Marshall Academy News

  • Chemistry Lab Flame Test (10/16/2018) - The Marshall Academy Chemistry Class recently completed a Lab in which they conducted varies Flame tests of several known elements. The color of the flame can be used to identify the elements involved. In the flame test, the element gave off a characteristic color that serves as a simple method of identification of that element.
  • Cell Project (10/16/2018) - The 8th Grade Life Science Class recently created a visual presentation about one type of cell found in the human body. The students had to research the cell and present their project to the class. (front l to r) Ava Rodgers, Addison Potts, Gavin Coleman, Nalisa Prak, Joley Ann Valentine, and Bryanah Houston. (back l […]
  • 4th Grade Studies Land Forms (10/15/2018) - The 4th Grade had a great time October 1-5, studying and designing the different types of land forms. They were able to use items such as: flour, water, and food to make different types, and have a little fun in the process. Each student also had an individual project using different material to describe land […]
  • Eight Days of Hope (10/12/2018) - The Marshall Academy Key Club recently collected donations for the victims of Hurricane Florence. $577.28 will be sent to Eight Days of Hope as the organization goes into the areas affected by the storm. Pictured are some of the Senior Key Club members (l to r) Kelli Rhea, Madison Newman, Catie Miller, and Erin Lomenick.
  • Give me a “P”atriots (10/11/2018) - The Marshall Academy Varsity Cheerleaders had a little fun spelling out “P”atriots with their pink pompoms during a recent home football game – (front) Lizzie Tollison, Erin Burleson, Laken Vanzant, Erin Lomenick, Bailey Baxter, and Kristy Wang. (standing) Hallie Friend, Mary Neely Jones, Sonni McKinney, Karlie Potts, Lexi Williams, Lauren Harden, and Amanda Barnett
  • 1st Grade Bird Hats (10/11/2018) - Marshall Academy’s first grade students recently completed a Science Unit all about Birds. While studying this unit the students were able to design and create their own bird hats. Here is the class pictured wearing their hats: (front l to r) Brooklyn Wright, Addie Shaw, Ainsley Sanders, Molly Stroupe, and Lilli Cate Thompson. (back row […]
  • MAIS All-Star Softball (10/11/2018) - Congratulations to Marshall Academy Senior, Erin Lomenick. Erin was selected to represent Marshall Academy in the Mississippi Association of Independent Schools All-Star Softball Game played on October 10, at Jackson Prep. We are so proud of Erin for this outstanding accomplishment!
  • Marshall Minis Part 2 (10/11/2018) - On Friday, October 5 the Marshall Minis performed at halftime of the Varsity Football Game. The MA Varsity Cheerleaders hosted a cheer camp for the girls on Wednesday,October 3 and Thursday, October 4.
  • Mr & Miss Jr High MA and Mr & Miss MA (10/9/2018) - Congratulations to Grace McCord and Bo Martin – Mr and Miss Jr High Marshall Academy 2018; Drayton Potts and Erin Lomenick – Mr and Miss Marshall Academy 2018. We are very proud of these four outstanding students and excited to have them represent MA in such a special way.
  • Freshman Night (10/9/2018) - On Thursday, September 27, the Freshman Cheerleaders & Football Players, along with their parents, were recognized during the last Jr. High home football game. Pictured are the Freshman Cheerleaders & Football Players during the Pep-Rally earlier that day: Audrey Worsham, Anna Griffin Tollison, Grace McCord, and Michealann Lemons Ryan Curtis, Jordan Bonds, Bo Martin, Rusty […]

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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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