Welcome to MHS

Welcome to Marshall High School, the "Home of the Mavericks!" We serve students in grades 9-12 in Marshall ISD. School hours are 7:56 a.m. to 3:45 p.m., Monday through Friday. Our students prepare every day for excellence and success after graduation, and we appreciate your support of our students! We invite you to stop by and visit our campus or contact us at any time if you have questions or concerns. We hope the information available on this website will be helpful to you, but don't hesitate to give us a call at 903-927-8800 for more information. Thank you and Go Mavs!


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Campus Administration

Matt Gregory

Matt Gregory

Melissa Hammers

Melissa Hammers

Associate Principal- 12th grade

Campus Discipline Coordinator


Garreth Durrant

Garreth Durrant

Assistant Principal- 11th grade


Carolyn Oliver

Assistant Principal - 10th Grade


Keith Tyler

Keith Tyler

Assistant Principal- 9th grade


The Home of the Mavericks

Marshall High School serves as the only high school in the Marshall Independent School District in Marshall, Texas. MHS began operations on Sept. 12, 1898, in a building leased from Marshall University. The first MHS had only two teachers, 30 students and five subjects -- Latin, English, History, Math and Science. Today, MHS is home to approximately 150 staff members and 1,500 students and is the largest school district in Harrison County. A successful bond issue in 1976 led to the construction and opening of the current school in 1980. The $6.7 million, 212,000-square foot facility had an initial capacity of 1,600 students and basic facilities for 2,000. Features included a 2,000-seat gym with three courts; 600-seat auditorium, mult-tiered dining area for 500 and separation of academic classes from shop, band and choir areas. Outside the building were a 7,000-seat stadium with all-weather track, a 12,000-square foot field house, six tennis courts and a baseball field. A ninth-grade wing was added in 1988, and a supplemental field house for spring sports was added. In 1993 came a 2,000-seat addition to the visitor's side of Maverick Stadium, a new track and an addition to the band hall.

Savings from funds from the Legacy 2017 bond project in MISD, along with general fund balance and annual general fund budgeting, has allowed MHS to receive a facelift since 2017. Most notably, the entire building has been renovated with new lighting, new walls and new floor and ceiling tiles, along with a security entrance and new security doors. The science labs have been completely renovated and updated to current TEA standards, and all restrooms in the building have undergone a complete renovation. Maverick Gym has been renovated with a new gym floor and bleacher seating, and Maverick Stadium received a new artificial turf surface as well as new lighting and a new press box. Both the Maverick baseball and softball fields have also received artificial turf surfaces, and a new co-curricular, covered pavilion opened in the fall of 2020 for use by all MHS and MISD students and organizations.


About Marshall ISD

Marshall ISD is located in Marshall, Texas, in upper east Texas, 40 minutes from Shreveport, La., to the east and just over two hours from the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex to the west. Marshall is located at the intersection of three major highways -- Interstate 20 and State Highways 59 and 43. Historic Caddo Lake is located less than 20 minutes to the northeast of downtown Marshall, and the city is also just a short drive from Lake o' the Pines to the northwest. Marshall has a population of 23,523 according to the 2010 United States Census, and serves as the county seat of Harrison County. The average home market value in Marshall ISD, according to the Harrison Central Appraisal District 2020 Annual Report, is $112,713. Marshall ISD encompasses an area of approximately 346 square miles in and around Marshall. MORE INFORMATION