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World parade and festival

Travel the globe as our families share videos of their culture and heritage.
Meridian School will provide an invigorating educational environment that develops responsible citizens who can artfully navigate our complex world and enjoy a good life with others.

Upcoming events

News & Announcements

Spring Parent/Guardian Meeting

Thank you for attending our Parent and Guardian Meeting Thursday! If you missed it and would like to listen to the replay, you can catch the recording.

4th and 5th Grade Art Show

Ms. Reese introduced our 4th and 5th graders to contemporary artists, and the students created original pieces modeled after their styles!

Advisory Council Meeting

We invite parents and guardians to join us for our next  Advisory Council Meeting Wednesday, March 31 at 6 pm – 7 pm.

At a glance

  • 44 Native languages reported by Meridian families
  • 1700+ K-12 IB students changing the world
  • 9 Athletic State Team Championships 
  • 33K Water reclaimed annually through rainwater cisterns
  • 99 Pounds of cafeteria waste composted each week
  • 24+ Student clubs, including award-winning Model UN

About Us

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Meridian is a public, tuition-free charter school funded primarily through state and federal dollars. Open to all students who live within Williamson County in Central Texas, Meridian opened in 2011, the product of several families who banded together to create an education that fosters a love of learning for all students.  Now, almost 1,700 students strong, we are proud to offer a continuum of International Baccalaureate education, from the Primary and the Middle Years Programs, ending with the Diploma Program. 


Our program is designed for all students and does not discriminate on the basis of gender, gender identity, race, color, age, sexual orientation, national origin, ethnicity, religion, disability, academic, athletic, or artistic ability, or the district the child would otherwise attend without regard to disability or handicapping condition, in administration or educational policies, admission and hiring policies and other school-administered programs. As an open-enrollment public charter school, there will be no admissions requirements and no tuition.