School Address and Phone Listing

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  • Columbus High School (9-12)

    Columbus High School (9-12)

    Jill Savely, Principal


    215 Hemlock Street

    Columbus, MS 39702

    (Phone) 241-7200 (Fax) 241-7205


    Columbus High School is housed in one of the most beautiful and spacious facilities in the state. Students may choose from over 115 courses, including IB, honors, and advanced placement courses. CHS offers a wide range of extracurricular activities including all areas of sports, band, drama, Frontline Showchoir, and extra-curricular clubs.

  • Columbus Middle School (6-8)

    Columbus Middle School (6-8)

    Freda Dismukes, Principal


    175 Hwy 373

    Columbus, MS 39705

    (Phone) 241-7300 (Fax) 241-7305


    Columbus Middle School boasts over 150,000 square feet of space specifically designed for  student success and safety. Columbus Middle School is strategically designed to support both the team concept and the separation of grades. Each wing functions independently of the other grades with common shared spaces for administrative services, media services, performance areas, physical education, and dining. Teachers pair up in clusters of four as instructional teams to facilitate optimal learning and utilization of resources

  • Cook Elementary Fine Arts Magnet (PreK-5)

    Joe Cook Fine Arts Magnet (PreK-5)

    Dr. Tim Wilcox, Principal


    2217 North 7th Street

    Columbus, MS 39705

    (Phone) 241-7180 (Fax) 241-7182


    The Fine Arts Magnet School at Cook Elementary offers a strong academic curriculum enhanced with the integration of visual and performing arts, dance, strings, drama/theater, and choral music. Research shows a strong positive relationship between the arts and academic success.

  • Fairview Elementary Aerospace & Science Magnet (PreK-5)

    Fairview Aerospace & Science Magnet (PreK-5)

    Billie Smith, Principal


    225 Airline Road

    Columbus, MS 39702

    (Phone) 241-7140, (Fax) 241-7141


    The Aerospace & Science Magnet School at Fairview Elementary offers a high quality academic program infused with Math and Science education. A research-based Science Exploration Lab will offer students an opportunity for in-depth studies of physical science, earth science, and life science. Research shows math and science education are critical components to prepare students to compete in a global workforce.

  • Sale Elementary International Studies Magnet (PreK-5)

    Sale International Studies Magnet (PreK-5)

    Kimberly Long, Interim Principal


    520 Warpath Road

    Columbus, MS 39702

    (Phone) 241-7260, (Fax) 241-7262


    The International Studies Magnet School at Sale Elementary offers a strong academic program infused with international and global studies to enhance the learning experiences of students. This theme features the International Baccalaureate Program (IB) which offers a comprehensive curriculum emphasizing higher-order thinking skills and problem-solving strategies for a world class education.

  • Stokes-Beard Elementary Technology & Communication Magnet (PreK-5)

    Stokes-Beard Technology & Communication Magnet (PreK-5)

    Kimberly Gardner, Principal


    311 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive

    Columbus, MS 39701

    (Phone) 241-7270, (Fax) 241-7272


    The Technology & Communication Magnet School at StokesBeard Elementary offers a strong academic program infused with technology and communication. This theme features state-of-the-art technology including digital classrooms, broadcasting studio, podcasting, dynamic learning, and Spanish language instruction beginning in Kindergarten. Research tell us the 21st Century Learner must have mastery of technology and communication skills to be successful.

  • Franklin Elementary Medical & Wellness Magnet (PreK-5)

    Franklin Medical Sciences & Wellness Magnet (PreK-5)

    Patricia Overstreet, Principal


    501 North 3rd Avenue

    Columbus, MS 39701

    (Phone) 241-7150, (Fax) 241-7152


    The Medical Sciences & Wellness Magnet School at Franklin Elementary offers a strong academic

    program infused with a Medical Arts and Wellness

    theme. Students will engage in unique learning

    experiences that encourage healthy living through the study of the medical sciences. Students will explore how the body functions and will learn how medical professionals keep us healthy. A study conducted by the U.S. Department of Labor found health care related careers are one of the fastest growing industries in our nation.

  • McKellar Technology Center

    McKellar Technology Center

    Christopher Bray, Director


    810 North Browder Street

    Columbus, MS 39702

    (Phone) 241-7290, (Fax) 241-7293


    The McKellar Technology Center was established in 1978 and named in honor of  school board member Carl McKellar. The center is a public technical school housing state-of-the-art technical equipment used  to serve Columbus High School students  and the community. The McKellar staff works very closely with the high school  to prepare students for the future by  exposure to a variety of technical topics.  Students learn skills that are necessary for today’s workforce.


    Classes offered:

    Classes offered at Columbus High School are: Law & Public Safety, Automotive Mechanics, Early Childhood Education, Collision Repair, Computer Graphic Design, Marketing, Culinary

    Arts, Drafting Design, Medical Technology, and Health Professions

  • CMSD Alternative School

    CMSD Alternative School

    Tamela Barr, Director


    Hunt Central Services

    924 20th Street North

    Columbus, MS 39701

    (Phone) 241-7150

    (Fax) 241-7152

Columbus Municipal School District

Brandon Central Services Center

Mailing: P.O. Box 1308

Columbus, Mississippi 39703

Physical: 2630 McArthur Drive

Columbus, Mississippi 39705

Phone: 662-241-7400

Fax: 662-241-7453

Columbus Municipal School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Mr. Craig Shannon, Deputy Superintendent, Brandon Central Services Center, P.O. Box 1308, 2630 McArthur Drive, P.O. Box 1308, Columbus MS 39703-1308.

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