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Madison City Schools SAIL

Who We Are

Madison City School district was established in 1998 after separating from the Madison County School district. The separation was driven by high expectations within the community to take education to a higher level. The MCS student population is diverse with over 60 different languages represented in the district. Minorities account for more than a third of the student population, with about 25% of students coming from households with incomes at or below the poverty level.

What We Do

The Madison City School (MCS) system is located in Madison, Alabama. It serves 10,225 students spread across 2 high schools, 2 middle schools, 7 elementary schools, and a Pre-K Center. The vision of Madison City Schools is to empower students to excel at all levels. This is embodied in the motto of Madison City Schools: Empowering Students for Global Success. Our mission demands a focus on student-centered instruction, a relevant and rigorous curriculum, state-of-the-art facilities, and strong engagement of the community.


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