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The Metropolitan School District of Wabash County is a public school district based in Wabash County, Indiana. Founded in 1959, MSDWC originally served the families of rural Wabash County. When Indiana opened enrollment throughout the state, MSDWC was able to extend its offerings to the greater Wabash County area. In 2014, Bridge, an online-based credit recovery program was established, opening an MSDWC education to students across the state of Indiana. 

Mission Statement

Inspiring a community of learners to discover and achieve their passion and potential.

Their future is Bright at MSD of Wabash County

MSD of Wabash County is committed to providing Wabash County students an education that prepares them well for the future of their choice. 

Check out the most recent academic and financial statistics to see how MSDWC is shining bright in these areas.

Statistics & Graphs


Preschool Programs


Elementary Schools


Traditional Jr/Sr High Schools


Credit Recovery Program


Jr/Sr High School


Special Education Cooperative

Today the MSDWC community is comprised of around 2300 students and those who care for them, along with over 300 employees, and countless community members who support our schools in many important ways. While MSD of Wabash County has many strengths, the people who belong within it are truly what sets it apart.

The MSDWC Community Is...

  • Innovators and thinkers that are successful in life and enrich the lives of others
  • Creative problem solvers
  • Driven to take initiative and ready to roll up our sleeves and get the job done
  • Resilient and unafraid to fail... Try-Fail-Learn-Try Again!
  • Ethical, honest, and trustworthy