Madison Middle School has a rich tradition of success in educating students in Abilene, Texas. Completed in 1962, Madison Junior High educated seventh, eighth, and ninth graders until converting to a middle school in 1985. At that time, the student population shifted to sixth, seventh, and eighth graders. Madison students have benefitted from several renovations and expansions over the years. The last occurred during the 2015 – 2016 school year, at which time numerous portable classrooms were removed from the campus.
With a student population over 1000, Madison Middle School serves the educational needs of a diverse and energetic population. Educators and students alike realize that Madison Middle School serves two purposes–teaching and learning. Madison sets the standard for learning in middle schools across West Texas, and our educators understand the vital importance of serving every student who walks the halls of our school. True Bison, whether student or educator, understand that success is dependent upon setting goals and working hard to make those goals reality.
Madison Mission Statement
At Madison Middle School we strive to create a safe and challenging learning community that develops highly motivated critical thinkers and encourages community involvement in order to promote life-long learners.
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221-901-0444 TEA Campus Number
Congratulations Madison Bison Award Winners!
Congrats to our Madison Bison award winners for the 2020-2021 school year! Below are the links to each grade level’s award ceremony!
English Language Arts Pre-AP Summer Reading List
Below is a link to the summer reading lists and assignments. Incoming 7th grade pre-ap students will be reading Refugee by Alan Gratz and incoming 8th grade Pre-ap students will be reading Fever 1793 by Laurie Halse Anderson.