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Preparing ALL learners, through an unparalleled culture of excellence, to be productive and engaged citizens in a diverse world.
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The Marshalltown Community School District (MCSD), in partnership with Arts + Culture Alliance, is excited to debut its “Embrace the…
Bobcats making a difference
Yessenia Alvarez Zamora
Marshalltown High School student Yessenia Alvarez Zamora were selected to attend the 2022 World Food Prize Global Youth Institute, where she presented her research on addressing food insecurity.
“All of my children have gone through MCSD. Each were taught by amazing professionals who wanted nothing but the best for each of them. As a teacher in the district, when I enter my school building, I am surrounded by teams of teachers working hard each day to give all our students they need to be successful. Go Bobcats!”
What sets us apart
With dozens of cultures represented in our community, students get a globalized experience.
In our college and career readiness programs we cover all paths, not just the four-year university track.
Our teachers help students find their passion and succeed in a supportive environment.
We partner with area businesses to provide Work Based Learning opportunities.
From athletics to student organizations, we offer the most extracurricular activities in the area.
Our students and alumni are making a difference in Marshalltown and beyond.
By the numbers
Courses available for high school students
College and career ready volunteers in K-8 classrooms
Languages spoken in the district
The Bobcat difference
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