Mississippi Blue Ribbon Public Schools

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There are 36 blue ribbon public schools in Mississippi, serving 25,265 students.
These schools have been recognized by the Department of Education for achieving superior standards of academic excellence, Read more about this national school awards program and how blue ribbon schools work.
Minority enrollment is 35% of the student body (majority Black), which is less than the Mississippi state average of 55%.
The student:teacher ratio of 17:1 is more than the state average of 16:1.

Mississippi Blue Ribbon Public Schools

  • School Location Students Year
  • Gulfport Bayou View Elementary School
    720 students | Year:  20074898 Washington Ave
    GulfportMS 39507
    (228)865-4625
    7202007
  • Gulfport Bayou View Middle School
    850 students | Year:  2008212 43rd St
    GulfportMS 39507
    (228)865-4633
    8502008
  • Biloxi Biloxi High School
    1 Negative Reviews
    1492 students | Year:  20071845 Richard Dr
    BiloxiMS 39532
    (228)435-6105
    14922007
  • Caledonia Caledonia Elementary School
    1048 students | Year:  201499 Confederate Dr
    CaledoniaMS 39740
    (662)356-2050
    10482014
  • Jackson Casey Elementary School
    367 students | Year:  20152101 Lake Circle
    JacksonMS 39211
    (601)987-3510
    3672015
  • Olive Branch Center Hill Elementary School
    693 students | Year:  200913662 Center Hill Rd
    Olive BranchMS 38654
    (662)890-7705
    6932009
  • Jackson Davis Magnet School
    Magnet School
    284 students | Year:  2008750 North Congress St
    JacksonMS 39202
    (601)960-5333
    2842008
  • Pass Christian Delisle Elementary School
    417 students | Year:  20136303 West Wittman Rd
    Pass ChristianMS 39571
    (228)255-6219
    4172013
  • Diberville Diberville Elementary School
    756 students | Year:  20094540 Brodie Rd
    DibervilleMS 39540
    (228)392-2803
    7562009
  • Kiln East Elementary School
    668 students | Year:  20134221 Kiln Delisle Rd
    KilnMS 39556
    (228)255-6637
    6682013
  • Gautier Gautier High School
    860 students | Year:  20054307 Gautier/vancleave
    GautierMS 39553
    (228)522-8783
    8602005
  • Merigold Hayes Cooper Center
    Magnet School
    1 Negative Reviews
    378 students | Year:  2006500 North Martin L. King
    MerigoldMS 38759
    (662)748-2734
    3782006
  • Kosciusko Kosciusko Middle School
    406 students | Year:  2010223 South Wells St
    KosciuskoMS 39090
    (662)289-4653
    4062010
  • Long Beach Long Beach Middle School
    557 students | Year:  2009204 North Cleveland Ave
    Long BeachMS 39560
    (228)864-3370
    5572009
  • Clinton Lovett Elementary School
    361 students | Year:  20132002 West Northside Dr
    ClintonMS 39056
    (601)924-5664
    3612013
  • Madison Madison Station Elementary School
    932 students | Year:  2010261 Reunion Parkway
    MadisonMS 39110
    (601)856-6246
    9322010
  • New Site New Site High School
    302 students | Year:  20061020 Hwy 4 East
    New SiteMS 38859
    (662)728-5205
    3022006
  • Biloxi North Bay Elementary School
    827 students | Year:  20111825 Popp's Ferry Rd
    BiloxiMS 39532
    (228)435-6166
    8272011
  • Ecru North Pontotoc High School
    742 students | Year:  20048324 Hwy 15 North
    EcruMS 38841
    (662)489-5612
    7422004
  • Hattiesburg Oak Grove High School
    1620 students | Year:  20045198 Old Hwy11
    HattiesburgMS 39402
    (601)264-0690
    16202004
  • Hattiesburg Oak Grove Middle School
    1335 students | Year:  20082543 Old Hwy24
    HattiesburgMS 39402
    (601)264-4634
    13352008
  • Ocean Springs Oak Park Elementary School
    536 students | Year:  20132230 Government St
    Ocean SpringsMS 39564
    (228)875-5847
    5362013
  • Pascagoula Pascagoula High School
    1067 students | Year:  20051716 Tucker St
    PascagoulaMS 39567
    (228)938-6443
    10672005
  • Pass Christian Pass Christian High School
    528 students | Year:  2005720 West North St
    Pass ChristianMS 39571
    (228)452-2008
    5282005
  • Pass Christian Pass Christian Middle School
    470 students | Year:  2012280 West Second St
    Pass ChristianMS 39571
    (228)452-5220
    4702012
  • Carriere Pearl River Central Junior High School
    757 students | Year:  20047391 Hwy 11
    CarriereMS 39426
    (601)798-5654
    7572004
  • Petal Petal High School
    1204 students | Year:  20071145 Hwy 42 East
    PetalMS 39465
    (601)583-3538
    12042007
  • Pontotoc Pontotoc High School
    646 students | Year:  2003123 North Main St
    PontotocMS 38863
    (662)489-1275
    6462003
  • Poplarville Poplarville Junior Senior High School
    579 students | Year:  20081 Hornet Dr
    PoplarvilleMS 39470
    (601)795-8424
    5792008
  • Jackson Power Apac School
    155 students | Year:  20031120 Riverside Dr
    JacksonMS 39202
    (601)960-5387
    1552003
  • Tupelo Rankin Elementary School
    349 students | Year:  20091908 Forrest St
    TupeloMS 38801
    (662)841-8950
    3492009
  • Saltillo Saltillo High School
    966 students | Year:  2011146 Tiger Dr
    SaltilloMS 38866
    (662)869-5466
    9662011
  • Saucier Saucier Elementary School
    407 students | Year:  201224052 First St
    SaucierMS 39574
    (228)832-2440
    4072012
  • Senatobia Senatobia Junior Senior High School
    748 students | Year:  2005221 Warrior Dr
    SenatobiaMS 38668
    (662)562-4230
    7482005
  • Meridian Southeast High School
    438 students | Year:  20102362 Longcreek Raod
    MeridianMS 39301
    (601)483-5501
    4382010
  • Show 1 more Blue Ribbon public schools in Mississippi
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