|Midway High School|
8200 Mars Drive
|School type||Public high school|
|School district||Midway ISD|
|Principal||Mrs. Alison Smith|
|Athletics conference||UIL Class 6A|
|Website||Midway High School|
Midway High School is a public high school located in the city of Waco, Texas, USA and classified as a 6A school by the UIL. It is part of the Midway Independent School District, which serves the Waco, Texas area. Although the school is located in southwestern Waco, most students live in the suburbs of Woodway and Hewitt. The school was formerly located in Hewitt until the fall of 2003, when the current high school was built a half-mile away. The previous building is now Midway Middle School.
The ethnic breakdown of Midway ISD is approximately 57% White/ Anglo, 23.4% Hispanic, 11.9% African American, 4.6% Asian, 0.2% American Indian/ Alaska Native, 0.2% Hawaiian/Pacific Islander and 2/6% two or more ethnicities.
In 2018, the high school was ranked #14 of 1,717 Best High School Sports in Texas by Niche.
The Midway Panthers and Pantherettes compete in these sports: 
Midway added a robotics program in 2010 and an astronomy club in 2011. The Midway ISD Education Foundation  provided a portable, inflatable planetarium for these clubs as well as FFA and agricultural studies.
The speech and debate teams were nationally competitive throughout the 1980s-90s, consistently qualifying for the National Forensic League tournament. The clubs have won the following state championships:
The orchestra program received international recognition in 2012 at the Midwest Clinic in Chicago, Ill. They were named a national finalist for the American Prize in Orchestra Performance, placing second.
The school has Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (MCJROTC) established in the early 1980's.
In 2012, Midway ranked in the top 10 of UIL's Lone Star Cup Class 4A rankings for the fifth year in a row, before moving to 5A in the 2012-13 school year. The Texas Lone Star Cup is awarded based on a school district's combined academic and athletic achievements.
In addition to strong athletics and academics, Midway was named "One of the Best Communities for Music Education" by the NAMM Foundation four straight years.