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FRIENDS OF EDUCATION

  • East Texas Broadcasting
  • Cypress Bank
  • Brookshires
  • American National Bank
  • Priefert Manufacturing Co. Inc.
  • Greene Title & Abstract Co.
  • Mt. Olive Baptist Church
  • EDH Electric
  • Capps Insurance
  • Echo Publishing
  • Joyce Buck
  • Russell & Wootten
  • Sweet Shop USA
  • Luminant

 

Northeast Texas Community College

Your community. Your College.

 

Northeast Texas Community College is located just outside Mount Pleasant, on 400 acres of beautiful countryside.  The college has outreach centers in Pittsburg, TX, and Naples, TX.  More than 3,400 credit students study in a broad array of disciplines and workforce training areas.  NTCC has maintained a standard of instructional quality among the leaders of the state for its entire 27-year existence.  Here are just a few of the ways that NTCC serves you:

  • Credit College Courses (certificates and associate degree programs) – for transfer to a university or completion of a degree or certificate.  Courses transfer well across the state and nation.  With a number of universities, NTCC students enjoy preferred admission to select departments and programs. Check out the options.

  • Non-Credit Courses – for students who do not need formal academic credit, the college offers workforce training and special interest courses. NTCC delivers customized training for area industry and business, as well as skills training for employees seeking to improve their own marketability. Hobby course options are offered for people of all ages and interests. From learning a fun new skill like cake decorating, to polishing up your computer skills, there is something for everyone.

  • Cultural Opportunities – Each year the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts brings quality, professional entertainment to the area. Popular singers, speakers, musicians and theatrical productions and art exhibits are held here.

  • Athletics – The NTCC Eagles Athletic program includes men’s and women’s rodeo (NIRA), women’s softball, men’s baseball and men’s and women’s soccer (NJCAA Division I). Intramural opportunities are also available for all NTCC students.
  • Community Outreach – Through grants and gifts, NTCC is able to touch the lives of thousands of area children and adults by providing outreach programs like Communities In Schools, Upward Bound, ACE, Adult Education (GED and ESL) and others.

View map of NTCC’s campus.

For more information, view NTCC’s website or call 903.434.8100.

Mount Pleasant Independent School District

Mount Pleasant ISD is an award-winning, fully accredited K-12 school district with active Early Childhood, Early Head State, Head Start and Pre-K programs. The district serves over 5500 students on 9 campuses including the Child Development Center, four kindergarten through 4th grade campuses, a 5th-6th grade campus, a 7th-8th grade campus, a high school (9-12) and an Alternative Education Campus of Choice. The district is also a full partner, with Northeast Texas Community College and the Mt. Pleasant Economic Foundation, in the Regional Training Academy

MPISD offers Gifted & Talented Program on all campuses, art and music classes on all campuses and award-winning dance and drama programs on both the junior high and high school campuses. Students may participate in a wide-range of athletic activities, curricular, co-curricular and extracurricular, at the middle school, junior high school and high school. These include football, volleyball, basketball for boys and girls, baseball, softball, tennis, golf, track, cross country and boys and girls soccer.

Students participate in UIL Academic competitions beginning in elementary school. Pre-AP and AP classes are offered in English, French, Math, Science, Social Studies, Spanish and Studio Art. Dual Credit College classes and Tech Prep classes are offered on the high school campus and at the Regional Training Academy. The district has a full range of Career and Technical Education classes including AgriScience, Building Trades, Business, CAD Drafting, Criminal Justice, Electrical Trades, Health Science, Marketing, Ready-Set-Teach, Robotics and Web-Mastering.

The mission of MPISD is to provide an education that allows students to make college and/or career choices with confidence so they leave MPISD with the skills necessary to assume a place as productive citizens.

For more information, view MPISD’s website or call 903.575.2000.

           

Mount Pleasant High School Acedemic Blanket Sponsors

  • Priefert Complex Designs
  • 1st Texas Financial Services, LLP
  • Dekoron
  • Guaranty Bond Bank
  • Mount Pleasant Cinema 6
  • Pilgrim Bank
  • Alan G. Carter, CPA
  • Greene Title & Abstract Co.
  • Sisk Motors
  • Redfearn Real Estate
  • American National Bank
  • Just A $1.00
  • Baker & Johnson PC
  • Big Tex Trailers
  • Trinity Baptist Church
  • Sandlin Motors, Inc.
  • Titus County Fair
  • Hampton Inn & Suites
  • Pilot Club of Mount Pleasant
  • Capps Insurance
  • Cypress Bank
  • Northeast Texas Community College
  • Pediatric Clinic
  • North East Texas Credit Union
  • Northeast Texas Women’s Health P.A.
  • Butler Consulting
  • McGuire-Dyke CPAs
  • Greater Hope Church of God in Christ 
  • McGuire-Dyke Investment Group
  • Mount Pleasant Daily Tribune
  • Brookshires
  • Texas Helping Hands, Inc.
  • Titus Regional Medical Center
  • Flanagan& Flanagan
  • Priefert Manufacturing Co. Inc.
  • Wood Air Conditioning
  • Mount Pleasant Toyota
  • Cox ConcreteProducts
  • Turney Mortuary
  • First Federal Community Bank
  • Lions Club
  • EDH Electric
  • Pilgrims
  • Beane’s Hallmark
  • State Farm Insurance- Pirkey
  • Ag-Power, Inc.
  • Kindle Light School
  • Shumate Flooring
  • Tri Special Utility District
Chapel Hill Independent School District

Chapel Hill ISD is a premier, family oriented school district where everybody is somebody. Chapel Hill ISD serves grades kindergarten through 12th grade and provides all students with a safe and exemplary educational experience, reflecting positive values and equipping students for a successful future.

For more information, view CHIDS’s website or call 903.572.8096.


Chapel Hill High School Acedemic Blanket Sponsors

  • Arnold Walker Arnold & Co.
  • Edward Jones-Frank Durrum
  • Dekoron
  • LMP Concrete
  • Guaranty Bond Bank
  • Pilgrim Bank
  • Alan G. Carter, CPA
  • Roberts Air Conditioning
  • Greene Title & Abstract Co.
  • Priefert Complex Designs
  • Redfearn Real Estate
  • American National Bank
  • Just A $1.00
  • Baker & Johnson PC
  • Big Tex Trailers
  • Trinity Baptist Church
  • Sandlin Motors, Inc.
  • Titus County Fair
  • Hampton Inn & Suites
  • Pilot Club of Mount Pleasant
  • Capps Insurance
  • Cypress Bank
  • Northeast Texas Community College
  • Pediatric Clinic
  • Northeast Texas Credit Union
  • El Chico
  • Northeast Texas Women’s Health P.A.
  • Grace Community Health
Harts Bluff Independent School District

Harts Bluff ISD started in the school year of 1959-1960. It was a result of the consolidation of two school districts, the Nevill’s Chapel Common School District and Oak Grove Common School District. They consolidated because Oak Grove School enrollment became too small to continue classes. They picked a location that was half way between the two original buildings and built a new school building. It was named Harts Bluff because of its location to the Harts Bluff Farm to Market Road. A few years later Midway School District consolidated with them and it became a three-way school consolidated District. Harts Bluff serves grades kindergarten through 8th grade.
 
View Harts Bluff ISD for yourself!

For more information, view HBISD’s website or call 903.577.1146.

Winfield Independent School District

Winfield ISD is committed to excellence and providing a quality education through shared responsibility in a safe supportive environment for all students to meet the challenges of a global society. Winfield is a small rural Pre- Kindergarten through Eighth grade district serving approximately 160 students that is located on the western edge of Titus County encompassing approximately 35 square miles. The district has been designated by the Texas Education Agency as “Academically Recognized District” since the 2005-2006 school year.

For more information, view Winfield ISD’s website or call 903.524.2221.

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