Greenville Public School District
Greenville has its own independent school system consisting of seven neighborhood elementary schools, two middle schools, one high school with two campuses, one achievement center and one vocational education center, serving over 6,500 students.
Parent and community involvement is a hallmark of Greenville’s schools, with many opportunities for volunteers to support students in academics, athletics, and other curricular and extracurricular activities. Parent support organizations operate in all schools, and all schools enjoy the support the Greenville business community. Academic, athletic, and band boosters are firmly established.
The Greenville Public School system holds the honor of having the State’s first high school graduation, and the State’s first high school chemistry lab.
Western Line School District
Neighborhoods in the southwestern part of Washington County are served by the two campuses of the Western Line School District – O’Bannon Elementary & High school and Riverside Elementary & High schools.
The Greenville Higher Education Center is a joint venture that involves Mississippi Delta Community College, Mississippi Valley State University, and Delta State University. This unique venture in Higher Education places the partner institutions on the leading edge of educational evolution. The partners are working together by pooling their efforts, resources, and mission for the greater good of the Greenville community. The facility’s location provides expanded educational access for students who would otherwise be unable to travel to the main campuses of their respective schools.
Greenville Higher Education Center
Greenville Public School District, K-12 grade
Western Line School District, K-12 grade
St. Joseph Catholic School, 7-12 grade
Our Lady of Lourdes Elementary, K, 4- 6 grade
Washington School, K-12 grade
Greenville Christian, K-12 grade
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