There are several independent school districts in the Marble Falls area. The largest is Marble Falls ISD, with over 4,000 students in grades K-12. There are also several private and parochial schools in the area offering pre-school through high school. Over 85% of the area's population are high school graduates, and over 24% of the region's adult population hold a bachelor's degree or higher.
|Local School Enrollment|
|Marble Falls ISD||4174|
|First Baptist Christian School||196|
|Johnson City ISD||698|
Central Texas College (CTC) and Texas Tech University at Highland Lakes (TTU) host a collaborative college campus in Marble Falls and Burnet leading to bachelor's and master's degrees in selected fields. CTC offers basic first- and second-year community college coursework, and TTU offers third- and fourth-year coursework leading to a bachelor's degree at the Marble Falls campus. TTU also offers graduate programs, primarily in educational disciplines. TTU-Highland Lakes in Marble Falls is part of the Texas Hill Country University Consortium that offers degrees through several universities at facilities in selected Hill Country Communities.