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Mobile County Public Schools

  • Schools
    88
  • Students
    57,910
  • Teachers
    3,008

Mobile County Public Schools is a public school district in Alabama. They serve 57,910 students across 88 schools, and its teachers have had 5,052 projects funded on DonorsChoose.

  • Contact Mobile County Public Schools Contact data is sourced from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) annual survey process, so apologies if it's out of date!

  • (251) 221-4000
  • PO Box 180069
  • Mobile, AL-0069
  • Website

Mobile County Public Schools Students

91%
of students receive free or reduced price lunch We receive data about students' economic need from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) based on the Free or Reduced Price Lunch scale. Learn more.
Source: the National Center for Education Statistics
52%
of its student body are Black, Latinx, Native American, or Asian Numbers may not add up to 100 due to NCES survey limitations.

Schools in districts that mainly serve students of color receive substantially less state and local support than similar districts that serve primarily white students. Learn more about this gap, why it exists, and how you can help close it.

Mobile County Public Schools Funding Data from the NCES School District Finance Survey

Mobile County Public Schools had a total revenue of $568.4 million in the 2016-17 school year. 29.6% came from local sources, 56.7% from state sources, and 13.8% from federal sources.

Mobile County Public Schools had a per-pupil revenue of $9,816 per pupil in the 2016-17 school year. 29.6% came from local sources, 56.7% from state sources, and 13.8% from federal sources.

Source: National Center for Education Statistics

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Mobile County Public Schools Support on DonorsChoose Last updated Jan 19, 2022

DonorsChoose makes it easy for anyone to help a teacher in need, moving us closer to a nation where students in every community have the tools and experiences they need for a great education.

$3.2 million
raised using DonorsChoose
5,052
projects funded
1,379
teachers funded
11,639
donors
247
projects for basic supplies
951
projects for technology
540
projects for books
143
projects for art supplies

Mobile County Public Schools has received support from 8,074 individuals from Alabama and 3,565 individuals out-of-state.

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Mobile County Public Schools Schools

Allentown Elementary School Alma Bryant High School Anna F Booth Elementary School Augusta Evans Special School Baker High School Barton Academy for Advanced World Studies Ben C Rain High School Bernice J Causey Middle School Booker T Washington Middle School Breitling Elementary School C L Scarborough Middle School Calcedeaver Elementary School Calloway-Smith Middle School Citronelle High School Clark-Shaw Magnet School Collins-Rhodes Elementary School Continuous Learning Center Cora Castlen Elementary School Cranford H Burns Middle School Dauphin Island Elementary School Dawes Intermediate School Denton Magnet School of Technology Dixon Elementary School Dunbar Magnet School E R Dickson Elementary School Eichold-Mertz School Math & Science Chastang-Fournier K-8 School Elizabeth Fonde Elementary School Ella Grant Elementary School Elsie Collier Elementary School Erwin Craighead Elementary School Florence Howard Elementary School Forest Hill Elementary School George Bryant Career Tech Center George Hall Elementary School Gilliard Elementary School Grand Bay Middle School Hankins Middle School Hollingers Island Elementary School Holloway Elementary School Hutchens Elementary School Indian Springs Elementary School J E Turner Elementary School John L Leflore Magnet High School John Will Elementary School Just 4 Developmental Laboratory School Kate Shepard Elementary School Leinkauf Elementary School LeMoyne School Lott Middle School Mary B Austin Elementary School Mary G Montgomery High School Mary Weeks Burroughs Elementary School Maryvale Elementary School Mattie T Blount High School McDavid-Jones Elementary School MCPSS Academy of Virtual Learning Meadowlake Elementary School Mobile County Training School Morningside Elementary School Murphy High School Nan Gray Davis Elementary School North Mobile County School Old Shell Rd Magnet School Olive Dodge Elementary School Orchard Elementary School Pauline O'Rourke Elementary School Pearl Haskew Elementary School Peter F Alba Middle School Phillips Preparatory School Pillans Middle School Semmes Elementary School Semmes Middle School Spencer-Westlawn Elementary School St Elmo Elementary School Callahan School for the Deaf and Blind T L Faulkner Career Tech High School Tanner-Williams Elementary School Taylor White Elementary School Pathway K-5 School The Pathway 6-8 Pathway Star Academy Theodore High School Vigor High School W C Griggs Elementary School W D Robbins Elementary School Council Traditional School W P Davidson High School Whitley Elementary School Williamson High School Wilmer Elementary School
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