Madison City Schools, with effective leadership and community cooperation, will provide all students a nurturing environment, an uncompromising excellence in instruction, a relevant and rigorous curriculum and state-of-the-art facilities so that they can achieve their fullest potential, strive toward global learning, compete globally in the work force and contribute positively to society.
The Madison City School System is located in Madison, Ala., serving Madison and Triana. The System was established in 1998 after separating from the Madison County School System and consists of two high schools, two middle schools, and seven elementary schools. A brief history on the formation of Madison City Schools is in the video link below.
The system has a $60 million operating budget, employs 600+ certified staff members, and serves 9300+ students. Test scores on national standardized tests are above the national average at all schools. Madison, located in North Alabama near Huntsville, has a population of over 40,000. It is an affluent suburban community, with residents working in highly technical jobs with companies such as SCI, Intergraph, Boeing, as well as the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command and NASA. Over 69% of adults in Madison hold Bachelor's or advanced degrees.
Triana, located south of Madison, has an estimated population of 600. Although Triana has not experienced the same growth rate as Madison, it too has benefited from the increase in technology based businesses coming to the North Alabama area. A large percentage of its residents work in technology related business and industry.
Residents of both communities believe in quality education for their children and have demonstrated that by raising their ad valorem taxes in support of education. Parents are active in their support of school functions by participating in booster clubs, PTA, school events, and school volunteer programs.
Madison City Schools - Strategic Plan - A Vision for the Future