Wilkinson County School District

The Wilkinson County School District is a public school district based in Woodville, Mississippi (USA).[1] The district’s boundaries parallel that of Wilkinson County.

Wilkinson County High School
Wilkinson County High School entrance gate
Wilkinson County Elementary School

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  • Wilkinson County High School (Unincorporated area near Woodville)[2]
  • William Winans Middle School (Centreville)[3]
  • Wilkinson County Elementary School (Unincorporated area with Wilkinson County High School)
  • Finch Elementary School (Unincorporated area near Centreville)[4]
This section needs to be updated. (August 2021)

There were a total of 1,371 students enrolled in the Wilkinson County School District during the 2007–2008 school year. The gender makeup of the district was 49% female and 51% male. The racial makeup of the district was 99.56% African American, 0.36% White, and 0.07% Hispanic.[5]

School Year Enrollment Gender Makeup Racial Makeup
Female Male Asian African
American
Hispanic Native
American
White
2006-07[5] 3,458 49% 51% 99.72% 0.28%
2005-06[5] 1,589 50% 50% 99.37% 0.63%
2004-05[5] 1,524 48% 52% 99.48% 0.52%
2003-04[5] 1,563 48% 52% 98.53% 1.47%
2002-03[6] 1,537 48% 52% 99.35% 0.65%

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