Excellence in Education
Natchez offers parents 4 choices for the early education of their children. With the public school district, there are also 3 private or parochial school committed to education.
Natchez-Adams School District
About 4,500 students, kindergarten through 12th grade, are enrolled in the Natchez-Adams School District. Uniforms are required for students attending in this district. The district employs more than 650 people and more than 270 of those are teachers.
The administration center for the school district is located at 10 Homochitto Street. The superintendent is Anthony Morris, and he can be reached by calling 601-442-0212.
Natchez High School
Located at 319 Sergeant S. Prentiss Drive, Natchez High School serves approximately 900 students. The school offers more than 100 classes including advanced placement courses for grades 10 through 12. There are opportunities for honors, vocational, business, performing arts, home economics and foreign languages in addition to the standard courses of math, science, history and English. We envision our students to be stakeholders in student achievement, producing life-long learners who are productive learners in a global society. Therefore, we are dedicated to helping our students increase their subject area test scores. For more information call 601-445-2863.
Fallin Career and Technology Center
Located at 315 Seargent S. Prentiss Drive, Fallin offers the following programs:
- Allied Health
- Business & Computer Technology
- Computer Systems Technology
- Early Childhood Education and Services
- Mississippi Cooperative Education
- Vehicle and Mobile Equipment Mechanics
The school is located on the high school campus and can be reached by calling 601-445-2902.
Central Alternative School
Central provides an alternative setting for students with discipline problems, those who are 2 or more years behind grade level or have other reasons related to social or personal development. Visit us at 208 Lynda Lee Drive or call 601-445-2941 for more information.
Robert Lewis Middle School
Robert Lewis Middle School offers enrichment activities, remediation activities, mentoring, before and after school tutoring for grades 7 and 8. Extracurricular activities such as football, band, choir and cheerleading are also offered. Visit the school at 1221 Martin Luther King Jr. Street or call 601-445-2926 for more information.
Morgantown Elementary School
In addition to the basic educational curriculum, the school offers band, choir, physical education activities and art to children in grades 5 and 6. Come see the facility at our 101 Cottage Home Drive location or call 601-445-2917.
McLaurin Elementary School
In addition to the basic educational curriculum this school, located at 170 Seargent South Prentiss Drive, offers music / choir, art, physical education, library, computers and community service activities to grades 3 and 4. Call 601-445-2953 for more information.
Frazier Primary School
In addition to principal and assistant principal, there are 2 physical education teachers and a gifted teacher. There is a full-time nurse available. The curriculum includes music and physical education for grades 1 and 2. Come see the school at 1445 George F. West Boulevard or call 601-445-2885.
West Primary School
Each class includes a teacher and teacher assistant for our pre-K and Kindergarten students as well as a full-time guidance counselor. The math and reading curriculum uses the research based Houghton Mifflin program. The curriculum also includes music, library, guidance and physical education. Learn more about West Primary School by stopping by our 161 Lewis Drive location or calling 601-445-2981.
Parochial / Christian Schools
Adams County Christian School
Adams County Christian School (ACCS) provides a Christian-based education to students in grades pre-K through 12. ACCS includes preschoolers in the learning process by emphasizing math, oral and perceptual skills. The elementary program is designed to improve children's communication skills as well as teach the objectives of science, social studies and computer skills.
The high school curriculum is college preparatory. It includes English, advanced math, accounting, advanced sciences, computer, foreign languages, health, Bible, government, history, psychology, typing, and speech. Also included are honor and advanced placement courses. ACCS also has a full-range championship athletic program.
For more information, stop by 300 Chinquapin Lane or visit the school website. The Junior / Senior High School can be reached by calling 601-442-1442 and the Elementary School can be reached at 601-442-1491.
Cathedral School, which celebrated its 150th anniversary in 1997, is located at 701 Martin Luther King Jr. Street, educates students in pre-K through 12th grade in a Catholic, faith-centered atmosphere. Programs include:
- Advanced placement courses
- Computer curriculum
- Fine arts and drama
- Foreign languages
- Special education curriculum
A full-range of championship athletic programs is available. Uniforms are required. Visit the school website for more information. The High School can be reached by calling 601-442-2531 and the phone number for the Elementary School is 601-442-1988.
Holy Family Catholic School
Serving students in grades pre-K and Kindergarten, this long-standing school strives to teach children about living, learning and life. The school is operated by Holy Family Parish. Visit the school website for more information. The school can be reached by calling 601-442-3947 or 601-304-2388 for more information.
Trinity Episcopal Day School
Located on Mallan G. Morgan Drive, Trinity Episcopal Day School is operated by Trinity Episcopal Church in Natchez. It serves students in grades pre-K through 12, striving to offer the highest level of academic excellence along with Christian education.
Curriculum includes foreign languages, advanced placement courses, art and others programs. The curriculum is accelerated at each level and Trinity offers several advanced placement courses. A full-range of athletic programs is available, including football, baseball, basketball, track and field and more. Uniforms are required.
For more information visit the school website or call one of our facilities at the following phone numbers:
- Junior and Senior High
- Lower Elementary
- Upper Elementary