Welcome to Mount Pleasant ISD!! We are a rural school district in Northeast Texas that encompasses the city of Mt. Pleasant as well as much of Titus County. The city of Mount Pleasant has a population of approximately 15,600 people and Mount Pleasant ISD has approximately 5,350 students. Interstate 30 runs through Mount Pleasant, and we have several lakes in our area and a beautiful landscape. Mt. Pleasant is a great place to raise a family, and I am proud to call this town and school district my home. We are a 5A school district, and we compete in district 16-5A with Marshall, Greenville, Hallsville, Texas High, Longview Pine Tree and Sulphur Springs. We are proud to be the Mount Pleasant Tigers, and our school colors are black and gold.
Mount Pleasant ISD has a Child Development Center for Pre-K children and four K-4 elementary schools named Frances Corprew, Vivian Fowler, E.C. Brice, and Annie Sims. P.E. Wallace Middle School is our 5th and 6th grade campus, and it is undergoing a $9.5 million renovation at this time. Mount Pleasant Junior High houses our 7th and 8th grade students, and we are currently building a new practice gym at MPJH. The Accelerated Learning Center is on the Mount Pleasant High School campus and the staff works with students wishing to recover credits on a computer-based instructional program. Last, but certainly not least, Mount Pleasant High School is where our 9-12 grade students go to school. We have many activities in our district, and Mount Pleasant High School is the pinnacle of competition for our kids. We are very proud of all of our extracurricular programs in our schools, and we hope that you will contact us with any questions you may have about our district. Have a great school year, and GO TIGERS!!
Mt. Pleasant ISD Superintendent