Month: February 2019

Rotary Club Youth Leadership Academy

Congratulations to Amanda Barnett and Erin Burleson, Juniors at Marshall Academy, for being selected by the Holly Springs Rotary Club for the Rotary Club Youth Leadership Academy Feb 23-25. During the three-day conference, delegates associate with students from different locations and backgrounds and are exposed to a broad range of business and professional leaders. The …

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MAIS-AA State Runner-Up

Congratulations to the Varsity Boys Basketball team on a successful state tournament. Our boys finished as the MAIS AA State Runner-up and have a record of 25-5 going into the Overall Tournament that starts today at Mississippi College. The team will play Jackson Academy today at 3:00 p.m. GO PATRIOTS!!!!

Father/Daughter Dance

The MA PTC sponsored the 2nd Annual Father / Daughter Dance on Thursday, Feb 14 at Wall Doxey State Park. The daughters and their fathers had a great time. See some of the fabulous pictures from the evening.

Mississippi State University Extension Office visits 3rd Grade

Representatives from the Mississippi State University Extension Office in Marshall County visited the 3rd Grade students at Marshall Academy. The Extension Agents shared with the students the importance of trees in our environment. They encouraged the students to practice good environmental habits. Each 3rd Grade student received a tree to plant. (front l to r) …

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Reading Fair Winners

Marshall Academy held its annual school Reading Fair on Wednesday, Feb 13. Students in grades 2nd-6th read a book of their choice, created a storyboard about the book, dressed in character, and answered questions from the judges giving a summary of their books. We had lots of outstanding projects this year! Congratulations to our winners! …

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50 for 50 Campaign

The Marshall Academy Board of Directors is pleased to announce an opportunity for all school stakeholders to become a part of the school’s 50 for 50 Campaign in celebration of our 50th anniversary.  The primary purpose of this campaign is to construct a new main entrance to our campus.  The entrance will provide a simplistic, commonsensical, aesthetic and safe …

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Uninvention Day

The 4th Grade enjoyed a little uninvention day after studying inventions and inventors in the classroom. They examined old items such as phones, a television, a radio, and headphones, to see the components of how they worked.