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Please Note - Our website has changed. Please click HERE to go to the new Madison County Schools website.
  Welcome to Madison County Schools  
   

The Madison County School system is recognized as a very progressive school system continuously striving to provide quality educational programs and services to our 2,400 students that are served. Our school district serves students from birth through grade 13. We have three early childhood education centers, three elementary schools, one middle school, one high school, and one early college high school.

 
Our system is constantly improving in that we use a quality-based management system. This allows employee involvement in decision making and allows us to use systems theory for improvement. Our goals are to improve the whole system by improving the parts. We make decisions based on data and provide training for all employees knowing that the system will benefit from the training.
 
We have some of the best educational facilities in the State of North Carolina. Our Board of Education has led an effort to rebuild and/or remodel all facilities over the past 10 years. We believe the classroom environment must be conducive to learning.
 
Our greatest resource is our people. We value all of our personnel and strive to make their work meaningful as we view each school as a learning center. We allow for employee input in decision making and provide training for all persons. We value the teams we assign to work on many of our projects.
 
The Madison County School System is student-focused, providing comprehensive educational experiences in a safe environment that equips and empowers students to be responsible citizens. Our school system is fully accredited by the State of North Carolina and follows the NC State curriculum.
 
If you would like to help our school system by offering funding or resources please visit the Madison County Education Foundation link on the left.



 
 Brush Creek Elementary

 Central Office

 Hot Springs Elementary

 Madison Early College     High School

 
Mars Hill Elementary

 Madison High School

 Madison Middle School

Please use links on the right side of map to see image of school if you can't see slideshow.
Also check out the Madison County Tourism site for more information on Madison County.

Directions


From Johnson City, TN take Interstate 26 until you reach exit 11 in Mars Hill.  At the stop sign take a right onto Highway 213 and travel approximately 10 miles to the interchange of US Highway 25/70.  Exit west onto Highway 25/70 and travel 2 miles to the first stop light.  Turn right at the stop light and the Board of Education is the first drive on the left.

From Burnsville take Highway 19/23 South to Interstate 26.  Travel on Interstate 26 approximately one mile until you reach exit 11 in Mars Hill.  At the stop sign take a right onto Highway 213 and travel approximately 10 miles to the interchange of US Highway 25/70.  Exit west onto Highway 25/70 and travel 2 miles to the first stop light.  Turn right at the stop light and the Board of Education is the first drive on the left.

From Asheville take Highway 19/23 North to the Weaverville/Marshall exit.  At the exit, merge under the bridge and turn onto US Highway 25/70 traveling West.  Drive approximately 10 miles on Highway 25/70 until you see the sign for Madison High School.  At the stop light, turn right and the Board of Education is the first drive on the left.

From Greeneville, TN take Highway 70 to the Tennessee/North Carolina border.  The road will change to Highway 208.  Stay on Highway 208 until you merge onto US Highway 25/70 and continue east on Highway 25/70.  Travel on Highway 25/70 for approximately 10 to 15 miles until you see the sign on your left for Madison High School.  At the stop light, turn left and the Board of Education is the first drive on the left.

From Newport, TN take US Highway 25/70 through Hot Springs and continue traveling east on it for approximately 20 miles.  When approaching the Marshall area, you will see a sign for Madison High School.  At the stop light, turn left and the Board of Education is the first drive on the left.

 

 
     
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