List of school districts in Mississippi

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This is a list of school districts in Mississippi.

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Alcorn County

Attala County

Bolivar County

Chickasaw County

Clarke County

Coahoma County

Copiah County

Forrest County

Hancock County

Harrison County

Hinds County

Itawamba County

Jackson County

Jasper County

Jones County

Lafayette County

Lauderdale County

Lee County

Lincoln County

Lowndes County

Madison County

Marion County

Marshall County

Monroe County

Neshoba County

Newton County

Panola County

Pearl River County

Perry County

Pike County

Pontotoc County

Prentiss County

Rankin County

Scott County

Tallahatchie County

Tate County

Tippah County

Union County

Washington County

Yalobusha County

Yazoo County

Single-District Counties

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