Austin, TX 78702Map Phone: (512) 414-3243Fax: (512) 320-0125Principal: Monica De La Garza-Conness
Martin Middle School is in Central Austin in the vibrant Holly neighborhood on the banks of Lady Bird Lake. The school community is at the crossroads of Austin’s history and culture and its growing technology and creative industries.
Martin offers career and technology classes in robotics, animation and web design through Project Lead the Way, a national leader in science, technology, engineering and math programs. With a rigorous curriculum and higher education and industry partnerships, students develop the skills needed to succeed in the global economy.
The school is launching an Innovation Academy for sixth-graders, which will focus on project-based, collaborative learning with opportunities for students to work alongside professionals in the scientific, technical, business and creative communities.
Martin operates a Family Resource Center on campus to ensure parents and guardians have the support they need to help their children succeed in school and life. Martin also hosts community events such as Harvest Fest to provide community members with resources, free health and wellness services, as well as information about housing, employment, insurance and education.
Martin is part of the Eastside Memorial family of schools, which offers STEM programs at every grade level and is part of the district’s new creative learning initiative to offer a quality arts-rich education to every child.
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Family Resource Center
School Based Mental Health Center
Performance | Demographics
2016 STAAR Passing Rates
2016 Distinction Designations
Academic Achievement: Social Studies