Top Mississippi Public Schools

Student by Ethnicity

(MS) School Average
American Indian
1%
Asian
1%
Hispanic
4%
Black
48%
White
44%
Two or more races
2%
This chart display the percentage breakdown of public school students of all ethnic groups in MS.

Top Overall Ranked Public Schools in Mississippi (2020)

  • School Student Proficiency Grades Location
  • 1.
    Davis Magnet SchoolRank: #1
    Magnet School
    Math: 80-84% (Top 1%) Reading: 80-84% (Top 1%)Math: 80-84% (Top 1%)
    Reading: 80-84% (Top 1%)
    Grades: K-5750 N Congress Street
    JacksonMS 39202
    (601)960-5333

  • 2.
    Lewisburg High SchoolRank: #2
    Math: 89% (Top 1%) Reading: 71% (Top 1%)Math: 89% (Top 1%)
    Reading: 71% (Top 1%)
    Grades: 9-121755 Craft Road
    Olive BranchMS 38654
    (662)890-6708

  • 3.
    Bayou View Elementary SchoolRank: #3
    Math: 81% (Top 1%) Reading: 81% (Top 1%)Math: 81% (Top 1%)
    Reading: 81% (Top 1%)
    Grades: K-54898 Washington Avenue
    GulfportMS 39507
    (228)865-4625

  • 4.
    Hernando High SchoolRank: #4
    Math: 81% (Top 1%) Reading: 69% (Top 1%)Math: 81% (Top 1%)
    Reading: 69% (Top 1%)
    Grades: 9-12805 Dilworth Lane
    HernandoMS 38632
    (662)429-4170

  • 5.-6.
    Desoto Central High SchoolRank: #5-6
    Math: 78% (Top 5%) Reading: 70% (Top 1%)Math: 78% (Top 5%)
    Reading: 70% (Top 1%)
    Grades: 9-122911 Central Parkway
    SouthavenMS 38672
    (662)536-3612

  • 5.-6.
    Madison Station Elementary SchoolRank: #5-6
    Math: 75% (Top 5%) Reading: 71% (Top 1%)Math: 75% (Top 5%)
    Reading: 71% (Top 1%)
    Grades: K-5459 Reunion Parkway
    MadisonMS 39110
    (601)856-6246

  • 7.
    Center Hill High SchoolRank: #7
    Math: 73% (Top 5%) Reading: 68% (Top 5%)Math: 73% (Top 5%)
    Reading: 68% (Top 5%)
    Grades: 9-1213250 Kirk Road
    Olive BranchMS 38654
    (662)890-2490

  • 8.
    Hernando Hills Elementary SchoolRank: #8
    Math: 73% (Top 5%) Reading: 66% (Top 5%)Math: 73% (Top 5%)
    Reading: 66% (Top 5%)
    Grades: 2-3570 Mcingvale Road
    HernandoMS 38632
    (662)429-9117

  • 9.
    Mannsdale Upper Elementary SchoolRank: #9
    Math: 69% (Top 5%) Reading: 69% (Top 1%)Math: 69% (Top 5%)
    Reading: 69% (Top 1%)
    Grades: 3-5371 Mannsdale Road
    MadisonMS 39110
    (601)879-3433

  • 10.
    Northshore Elementary SchoolRank: #10
    Math: 73% (Top 5%) Reading: 64% (Top 5%)Math: 73% (Top 5%)
    Reading: 64% (Top 5%)
    Grades: K-6110 Northshore Parkway
    BrandonMS 39047
    (601)992-5279

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Top Mississippi Public Schools by County (2020)

County
# Schools
# Students
% Minority
10 Schools
3,314 Students
92% Minority
13 Schools
5,873 Students
23% Minority
3 Schools
1,024 Students
83% Minority
11 Schools
3,460 Students
58% Minority
5 Schools
1,148 Students
53% Minority
21 Schools
5,732 Students
85% Minority
9 Schools
2,527 Students
48% Minority
2 Schools
942 Students
62% Minority
10 Schools
2,814 Students
62% Minority
5 Schools
1,346 Students
38% Minority
4 Schools
1,473 Students
100% Minority
12 Schools
3,864 Students
33% Minority
9 Schools
3,070 Students
81% Minority
15 Schools
4,317 Students
96% Minority
7 Schools
4,230 Students
76% Minority
10 Schools
2,870 Students
55% Minority
41 Schools
33,991 Students
49% Minority
21 Schools
11,074 Students
58% Minority
5 Schools
1,297 Students
46% Minority
9 Schools
4,149 Students
15% Minority
6 Schools
1,957 Students
21% Minority
5 Schools
4,039 Students
52% Minority
11 Schools
6,396 Students
20% Minority
54 Schools
32,706 Students
50% Minority
89 Schools
37,824 Students
92% Minority
8 Schools
3,197 Students
99% Minority
5 Schools
1,647 Students
99% Minority
8 Schools
3,630 Students
10% Minority
46 Schools
24,070 Students
39% Minority
7 Schools
2,295 Students
75% Minority
6 Schools
1,224 Students
99% Minority
4 Schools
1,366 Students
89% Minority
20 Schools
11,885 Students
50% Minority
4 Schools
1,042 Students
98% Minority
13 Schools
7,202 Students
39% Minority
18 Schools
10,517 Students
35% Minority
22 Schools
10,784 Students
66% Minority
6 Schools
2,148 Students
44% Minority
8 Schools
3,231 Students
78% Minority
31 Schools
15,481 Students
47% Minority
15 Schools
5,067 Students
97% Minority
12 Schools
6,201 Students
39% Minority
21 Schools
9,468 Students
63% Minority
33 Schools
16,740 Students
60% Minority
10 Schools
3,721 Students
47% Minority
16 Schools
4,390 Students
72% Minority
14 Schools
5,354 Students
39% Minority
5 Schools
1,320 Students
67% Minority
10 Schools
6,123 Students
63% Minority
12 Schools
3,997 Students
48% Minority
6 Schools
1,585 Students
99% Minority
9 Schools
5,624 Students
66% Minority
13 Schools
5,813 Students
69% Minority
21 Schools
8,731 Students
24% Minority
8 Schools
1,712 Students
29% Minority
19 Schools
6,784 Students
72% Minority
15 Schools
5,923 Students
30% Minority
13 Schools
4,181 Students
19% Minority
4 Schools
1,049 Students
98% Minority
35 Schools
23,571 Students
33% Minority
12 Schools
5,721 Students
62% Minority
4 Schools
851 Students
98% Minority
9 Schools
3,651 Students
53% Minority
6 Schools
2,722 Students
31% Minority
4 Schools
2,571 Students
26% Minority
14 Schools
3,833 Students
98% Minority
7 Schools
1,908 Students
88% Minority
9 Schools
4,229 Students
49% Minority
10 Schools
4,021 Students
30% Minority
8 Schools
3,000 Students
9% Minority
7 Schools
2,054 Students
99% Minority
9 Schools
5,143 Students
26% Minority
6 Schools
1,864 Students
66% Minority
17 Schools
8,077 Students
68% Minority
24 Schools
8,343 Students
89% Minority
8 Schools
3,256 Students
58% Minority
4 Schools
1,356 Students
29% Minority
5 Schools
1,195 Students
99% Minority
7 Schools
2,869 Students
70% Minority
4 Schools
1,612 Students
60% Minority
10 Schools
3,932 Students
83% Minority
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