Education

In the City of Madison, there are three outstanding A-rated elementary schools: Madison Avenue Elementary (K-2), Madison Avenue Upper Elementary (3-5), and Madison Station Elementary (K-5). In 2020 Madison Station was named a National Blue-Ribbon School for the second time! This honor is the highest recognition awarded to schools, including public, private, and parochial schools, in the U.S.

Following elementary school, students head to Madison Middle School where they enjoy an incredible range of opportunities in academics, the arts, music, dramatics, robotics, and athletics.

Ninth graders attend their own campus, Rosa Scott School, where the small environment is a perfect transition into high school and numerous activities are available for students to find their niche.

Students in grades 10-12 attend Madison Central High School, known throughout the state for excellence. Madison Central boasts the highest number STAR students of any school in the state in 2020. More than 150 current students at MCHS have scored 30 or above on the ACT.  

Jaguar athletics teams are always very competitive in all sports in the 6A division, with recent state championships in soccer, tennis, and swimming.

Jaguars also excel in the arts, from band and showchoir, to creative dramatics and studio art.

In Madison County Schools the goal is not only to help each child reach his or her fullest potential, but also for each child to excel. 

 

Please use the following links below for more information.

Public Schools

Private Schools