Many schools in our lives are buildings, simple brick and mortar structures, which house rooms and offices occupied by those either simply doing a job or seeking to learn. There are a few however in which we join together with friends and colleagues to find peace on uncertain days, discover new ideas within its walls and the minds of those inside, to discuss historical events, and possibly make history of our own. Some schools have a special place in our hearts, they become more of a home than a school, the people are more of a family.  It isn’t just a place of random students and faceless faculty members.

A very finite group of schools possess every quality described above plus the drive of success, desire to learn and educate, along with a yearning for new knowledge and the mastering of technical skills. An understood abundance of pride flourishes as one walks through the doors.  The excitement of new skills learned, realized talents of a student and the pride shown on educators’ faces, and productive members of society are the product of our school, every day of every year.

It is with duty, honor, and open doors that this continued perseverance in technical education, guidance, and respect has been passed along since the inception of technical education in Marshall County in 1967. This is Marshall Technical School.


Marshall Technical School
12312 US HWY 431
Guntersville, AL 35976
256-582-5629 (office)
256-582-2580 (fax)

Sherman Leeth,

Career & Technical Education Programs


It is the policy of the Marshall County School System that no student be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of or subjected to discrimination in any program or activity, on the basis of sex, race, age, disability, religion, belief, national origin or color. Any student determined Homeless by the McKinney Homeless Assistance Act, Migrant, Immigrant, or an English Language Learner will not be denied admission or discriminated against in any school or program in the Marshall County School System. The Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts of America will not be denied access to the use of school facilities. Any parent or legal guardian wishing to raise questions, lodge complaints or express other concerns is invited to participate in resolving issues believed to be discriminatory by contacting Dr. Cindy Wigley, Superintendent of Education or Stephanie Wisener, Federal Programs Supervisor. Address: 12380 U.S. Hwy. 431 South, Guntersville, AL 35976. Telephone: 256-582-3171.