Public Schools Student:Teacher Ratio Statistics in Mississippi

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Mississippi public schools are composed of approximately average 16:1 student:teacher ratio (2021).
The public schools in Mississippi with the lowest student:teacher ratio are listed below.

Public Schools Student:Teacher Ratio Statistics in Mississippi (2021)

  • School Student: Teacher Ratio Grades Location
  • Rank: #11.
    Stovall Sped ComplexMagnet School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 1:1
    Grades: Inquire with school967 Regional Center Drive
    OxfordMS 38655
    (662) 513-7739

  • Rank: #2-32.-3.
    Lakeside SchoolMagnet School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 2:1
    Grades: 2-113550 Highway 468 West, Buildin
    WhitfieldMS 39193
    (601) 351-8024

  • Rank: #2-32.-3.
    Williams SchoolMagnet School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 2:1
    Grades: 6-122375 Oakley Road
    RaymondMS 39154
    (601) 857-7640

  • Rank: #4-54.-5. Student : Teacher Ratio: 3:1
    Grades: Inquire with school1101 Highway 11 South
    EllisvilleMS 39437
    (601) 477-5801

  • Rank: #4-54.-5. Student : Teacher Ratio: 3:1
    Grades: 1-121252 Eastover Drive
    JacksonMS 39211
    (601) 984-8200

  • Rank: #6-96.-9.
    C B Noblin School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 5:1
    Grades: Inquire with school100 Hudspeth Center Drive, Hwy
    WhitfieldMS 39193
    (601) 664-6310

  • Rank: #6-96.-9. Student : Teacher Ratio: 5:1
    Grades: PK1620 Rosa Street
    PicayuneMS 39466
    (601) 799-4702

  • Rank: #6-96.-9.
    Exceptional School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 5:1
    Grades: Inquire with school4311 Hospital Road
    PascagoulaMS 39581
    (228) 762-1457

  • Rank: #6-96.-9. Student : Teacher Ratio: 5:1
    Grades: PK-81253 Eastover Drive
    JacksonMS 39211
    (601) 984-8000

  • Rank: #10-1210.- 12. Student : Teacher Ratio: 6:1
    Grades: Inquire with school94 29th St
    GulfportMS 39502
    (228) 863-0583

  • Rank: #10-1210.- 12. Student : Teacher Ratio: 6:1
    Grades: Inquire with school476 Highland Colony Parkway
    RidgelandMS 39157
    (601) 853-1326

  • Rank: #10-1210.- 12. Student : Teacher Ratio: 6:1
    Grades: 9-121253 Eastover Drive
    JacksonMS 39211
    (601) 984-8000

  • Rank: #13-1413.- 14.
    Aberdeen High School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 7:1
    Grades: 9-12205 Hwy 145 North
    AberdeenMS 39730
    (662) 369-8933

  • Rank: #13-1413.- 14. Student : Teacher Ratio: 7:1
    Grades: 6-8820 Sulphur Springs Road
    CantonMS 39046
    (601) 855-2406

  • Rank: #15-1815.- 18. Student : Teacher Ratio: 8:1
    Grades: PK-54784 Hwy 43 North
    CamdenMS 39045
    (662) 468-2833

  • Rank: #15-1815.- 18. Student : Teacher Ratio: 8:1
    Grades: 7-8804 North Pine Avenue
    HeidelbergMS 39439
    (601) 787-3665

  • Rank: #15-1815.- 18.
    Nettleton High School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 8:1
    Grades: 9-12165 Mullen Avenue
    NettletonMS 38858
    (662) 963-2306

  • Rank: #15-1815.- 18. Student : Teacher Ratio: 8:1
    Grades: 7-81533 Baldwin Ferry Road
    VicksburgMS 39180
    (601) 636-1966

  • Rank: #19-2419.- 24. Student : Teacher Ratio: 9:1
    Grades: 7-8713 Beauregard Street
    BrookhavenMS 39601
    (601) 833-7549

  • Rank: #19-2419.- 24. Student : Teacher Ratio: 9:1
    Grades: 7-8236 Edison Street S
    MeadvilleMS 39653
    (601) 384-2441

  • Rank: #19-2419.- 24. Student : Teacher Ratio: 9:1
    Grades: 7-121003 Money Avenue
    KilmichaelMS 39747
    (662) 262-5535

  • Rank: #19-2419.- 24.
    Richton High School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 9:1
    Grades: 7-12701 Elm Avenue
    RichtonMS 39476
    (601) 788-9608

  • Rank: #19-2419.- 24. Student : Teacher Ratio: 9:1
    Grades: 7-81749 Chestnut Street
    ClarksdaleMS 38614
    (662) 627-8550

  • Rank: #19-2419.- 24. Student : Teacher Ratio: 9:1
    Grades: 7-12644 South Frontage Road
    ColumbusMS 39701
    (662) 328-1369

  • Rank: #25-3625.- 36. Student : Teacher Ratio: 10:1
    Grades: 7-12571 Highway 45 S
    CorinthMS 38834
    (662) 286-3542

  • Rank: #25-3625.- 36. Student : Teacher Ratio: 10:1
    Grades: PK-12408 W. Mill Street
    Blue MountainMS 38610
    (662) 685-4706

  • Rank: #25-3625.- 36. Student : Teacher Ratio: 10:1
    Grades: 7-12393 East Main Street, 393 East
    AckermanMS 39735
    (662) 285-4101

  • Rank: #25-3625.- 36. Student : Teacher Ratio: 10:1
    Grades: PK1865 Hwy 11 South
    PicayuneMS 39466
    (601) 798-7808

  • Rank: #25-3625.- 36. Student : Teacher Ratio: 10:1
    Grades: 7-8468 Hwy 33
    FayetteMS 39069
    (601) 786-3900

  • Rank: #25-3625.- 36. Student : Teacher Ratio: 10:1
    Grades: K-44503 Willow Street
    PascagoulaMS 39567
    (228) 938-6422

  • Rank: #25-3625.- 36. Student : Teacher Ratio: 10:1
    Grades: 7-12401 Lakeside Drive
    Itta BenaMS 38941
    (662) 254-7718

  • Rank: #25-3625.- 36.
    Lumberton High School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 10:1
    Grades: 7-127920 U.s. Highway 11
    LumbertonMS 39455
    (601) 796-2451

  • Rank: #25-3625.- 36. Student : Teacher Ratio: 10:1
    Grades: 7-12693 Eatonville Road
    HattiesburgMS 39401
    (601) 545-9304

  • Rank: #25-3625.- 36. Student : Teacher Ratio: 10:1
    Grades: 5-82657 Main St.
    PlantersvilleMS 38862
    (662) 842-4690

  • Rank: #25-3625.- 36. Student : Teacher Ratio: 10:1
    Grades: 7-126382 Highway 18
    PuckettMS 39151
    (601) 825-5742

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