Mobile County Public School System

Mobile County Public School System

Coordinates: 30°43′18.13″N 88°13′26.68″W / 30.7217028°N 88.2240778°W / 30.7217028; -88.2240778

Barton Academy formerly housed the district's administrative offices

Mobile County Public School System (MCPSS) is a school district based in the Mobile County Public Schools Central Office Campus in an unincorporated area in Mobile County, Alabama United States.[1][2]

MCPSS currently serves all areas of Mobile County- including the city of Mobile, except for the City of Saraland which voted to separate from Mobile County in June 2006. MCPSS serves urban, suburban, and rural areas. All MCPSS schools are required to adopt school uniform policies. It is the largest school system in Alabama and the 56th largest school system in the United States. [1] [2], [3]



Secondary schools

High schools

Zoned high schools

  • Baker (Unincorporated (West Mobile))
  • Blount (Unincorporated (Eight Mile))
  • Alma Bryant High School (Unincorporated (Irvington))
  • Citronelle (Citronelle)
  • Davidson (Mobile)
  • Shaw (Mobile) (closed 2006)
  • Theodore (Unincorporated (Theodore))
  • Vigor (Prichard)
  • Williamson (Mobile)

Alternative high schools

  • Bryant Career Technical (Unincorporated (Irvington))
  • Continuous Learning Center (Mobile)
  • Faulkner Vocational (Prichard)
  • The Pathway School (Chickasaw)

Middle schools

  • Alba (Bayou La Batre)
  • Burns (Mobile)
  • Calloway-Smith (Mobile)
  • Causey (Unincorporated (West Mobile))
  • Chastang (Mobile)
  • Denton (Mobile)
  • Eanes (Mobile)
  • Grand Bay (Unincorporated (Grand Bay))
  • Hankins (Unincorporated (Theodore))
  • Hillsdale (Mobile)(Closed in 2009)
  • Lott (Citronelle)
  • Mobile County (Prichard)
  • North Mobile County (Axis, unincorporated area)
  • Phillips Preparatory (Mobile)
  • Pillans (Mobile)
  • Scarborough (Mobile)
  • Semmes (Unincorporated (Semmes))
  • Washington (Mobile)

1-12 schools

  • Evans Special School (Mobile)

Pre K-8 schools

4-8 schools

  • Clark-Shaw Magnet School (Mobile, Alabama)
  • Dunbar Magnet School (Mobile)

Primary schools


  • Dixon (Unincorporated (Irvington))
  • Griggs (Unincorporated ((Tillman's Corner))
  • Hall (Mobile)
  • Hollinger's Island (Hollinger's Island)
  • Meadowlake (Unincorporated ((West Mobile/Dawes))
  • St. Elmo (Unincorporated (Irvington))


  • Alba (Bayou La Batre)
  • Allentown (Unincorporated (Semmes))
  • Austin (Mobile)
  • Brazier (Mobile)
  • Breitling (Grand Bay)
  • Burroughs (Theodore)
  • Castlen (Grand Bay)
  • Collier (Mobile)
  • Collins-Rhodes(Eight Mile, Prichard)
  • Council Magnet School (Mobile)
  • Craighead (Mobile)
  • Dickson (Mobile)
  • Dodge (Mobile)
  • Eichold-Mertz (Mobile)
  • Fonde (Mobile)
  • Fonvielle (Mobile)
  • Forest Hill (Mobile)
  • Gilliard (Mobile)
  • Grant (Prichard)
  • Hamilton (Chickasaw)
  • Haskew (Theodore)
  • Holloway (Mobile)
  • Howard (Mobile)
  • Hutchens (Mobile)
  • Indian Springs (Eight Mile, Prichard)
  • John Will (Mobile)
  • Leinkauf (Mobile)
  • Maryvale (Mobile)
  • McDavid-Jones (Citronelle)
  • Morningside (Mobile)
  • Nan Gray Davis (Theodore)
  • O'Rourke (Unincorporated (West Mobile))
  • Orchard (Mobile)
  • Robbins (Prichard)
  • Semmes (Unincorporated (Semmes))
  • Shepard (Mobile)
  • Spencer (Mobile)
  • Tanner Williams (Unincorporated (Wilmer))
  • Turner (Wilmer)
  • Westlawn (Mobile)
  • Whitley (Prichard)
  • Wilmer (Wilmer)
  • Woodcock (Mobile)


  • Lee Intermediate (Satsuma)


  • Lee Primary (Satsuma)


  • Chickasaw Magnet (Chickasaw)
  • Old Shell Road Magnet (Mobile)


  • Just 4 Development Laboratory (Mobile)

SCHOOL BOARD District 1: Ken Megginson, President/Commissioner District 2: Dr. Judy Stout, Commissioner District 3: Dr. Reginald Crenshaw, Commissioner District 4: Rev. Levon C. Manzie, Vice President/Commissioner District 5: Dr. Bill Foster, Commissioner

Dr. Roy Nichols, Superintendent

Former schools

Saraland Elementary School and Adams Middle School left the district in 2008; they are within the Saraland Board of Education.


  1. ^ "Contact." Mobile County Public School System. Retrieved on June 26, 2010.
  2. ^ "Mobile County Public Schools Central Office Campus." (direct image link) Mobile County Public School System. Retrieved on June 26, 2010.

External links

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