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38829, MS Public Schools (2019-20)

  • School Location Grades Students
  • Booneville Anderson Elementary School
    111 Anderson Street
    Booneville, MS 38829
    (662)728-5465

    Grades: K-4 | 532 students
  • Booneville Booneville High School
    300 B W George E. Allen Dr.
    Booneville, MS 38829
    (662)728-5445

    Grades: 9-12 | 365 students
  • Booneville Hills Chapel School
    8 Cr 2371
    Booneville, MS 38829
    (662)728-5181

    Grades: K-8 | 461 students
  • Booneville Jumpertown High School
    717 Hwy 4 West
    Booneville, MS 38829
    (662)728-6378

    Grades: K-12 | 344 students
  • Booneville Northeast Ms Regional Alternative Alternative School
    103 Medical Drive
    Booneville, MS 38829
    (601)728-7144

    Grades: M | n/a students
  • Booneville Prentiss Co Vocational Complex Vocational School
    302 W. George E. Allen Dr.
    Booneville, MS 38829
    (662)728-9259

    Grades: M | n/a students
  • Booneville R.h. Long Booneville Middle School
    300 A W George E. Allen
    Booneville, MS 38829
    (662)728-5843

    Grades: 5-8 | 407 students
  • Booneville Rentiss Co Alternative School Alternative School
    717 Highway 4 West
    Booneville, MS 38829
    (662)720-9680

    Grades: M | n/a students
  • Booneville Thrasher High School
    167 Cr 1040
    Booneville, MS 38829
    (662)728-5233

    Grades: PK-12 | 438 students
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