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Marshall Academy News

  • 100th Day of School (1/18/2019)- Our preschool students had a great time celebrating the 100th Day of School on Friday, January 18. We had a lot of cute 100 year old students!
  • Grady Brooks selected for the Northcentral Electric Power Association Youth Leadership (1/17/2019)- Congratulations to Marshall Academy Junior, Grady Brooks. Grady was selected by Northcentral Electric Power Association for the Electric Power Association of Mississippi Youth Leadership Program. Grady, along with the other delegates from around Mississippi, will attend the state conference in Jackson, Mississippi, from February 27-March 1, and the national Youth Tour in Washington D.C. June […]
  • Daddy Daughter Dance (1/15/2019)- This year’s Daddy Daughter Dance is scheduled for Thursday, February 14 at the Wall Doxey Lodge from 6-8! Please mark your calendars for this fun event, sponsored by the PTC. It will be for girls in grades 3K-6th Grade. More information will be coming home this week. Pictured is our Headmaster Barrett Donahoe with his […]
  • NHECM-Wildlife Show (1/11/2019)- On Wednesday, January 9 Mr. Bob Tarter owner of NHECM brought his Wildlife Show, Animal Senses to Marshall Academy. The Wildlife Senses show explores the amazing ways our creatures use their sense of touch, taste, sight, smell, and hearing . The wildlife exhibit included an Eagle Owl, Red Fox, Raccoon, Black and White Tegu, and […]
  • Patriots win Christmas Tournament (1/9/2019)- Congratulations to the Marshall Academy Varsity Boys Basketball team. The Patriots won the Magnolia Heights Christmas Tournament December 27-29, beating Greenville Christian School, Magnolia Heights School, and Strayhorn High School for the championship. (front l to r) Philip Parks Rod’Drickas Moore, Anthony Mayfield, Sam Greer, Jeremiah Jones, and Logan Friend(back l to r) Drayton Potts, […]
  • Big Day in Kindergarten (1/9/2019)- The first day back from Christmas holidays was a big day in Kindergarten. Three friends lost their first teeth together! (l to r) Kate Kinard, Marlee Rhea, and Annie Taylor
  • Elementary Christmas Program (12/14/2018)- The Marshall Academy Elementary held their annual Christmas Program on Tuesday, December 11, singing a collection of Christmas Carols for friends, family, and special guests. The students and our music teacher, Donna Allred, did a fantastic job!
  • 8th Grade adopts a needy child (12/11/2018)- The Marshall Academy 8th Grade class adopted a needy Marshall County child for Christmas. On Monday, December 10, they had a wrapping party before sending off the gifts they brought. We are proud of these students for their giving hearts. This is what the Christmas Season is all about. (front l to r) Nalisa Prak, […]
  • Holiday Music Production & Open House (12/10/2018)- Please join us tomorrow evening, Tuesday, December 11 at 6:00pm, for a holiday production staring out elementary students followed by Open House. Parents can purchase handcrafted ornaments for $5; and chances will be sold for an opportunity to win original class canvases for $5 each.
  • Early Entry into the University of Mississippi Pharmacy Program (12/6/2018)- Congratulations to Marshall Academy Senior, Erin Lomenick, for being selected for the Early Entry Program at the University of Mississippi Pharmacy School. The University of Mississippi’s Early Entry Program provides highly-qualified high school seniors with guaranteed seats in the professional pharmacy program upon completion of three years of pre-pharmacy coursework. The Early Entry Experience provides their […]

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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