Overall
Niche Grade
Details
  • Grades
    9-12
  • Students
    528
  • Type
    Public
  • Reviews
    15 3.3
  • Ranking

Port Gibson High School is a public school. It has 528 students in grades 9-12. According to state standards, 34% of students at this school are considered proficient in math and/or reading. There have been 15 reviews written and they have been mixed.

159 Old Hwy 18 1
Port Gibson, MS 39150
(601) 437-4206

Ratings and Reviews
3.3 from 15 reviews
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    • High School Senior
    • 3
    Administration & Policies: The state department has recently taken over, so as of now they are really strict.
    • High School Senior
    • 3
    Student Culture & Diversity: It's mostly made up of African Americans.
    • High School Senior
    • 3
    Teachers: It's only like three teachers that go above and beyond.
    • High School Senior
    • 3
    Sports & Fitness: They take care of the athletes.
    • High School Senior
    • 3
    Extracurriculars: There are a wide variety of extra-curricular activities.

Academics

Nearby Schools

Niche Grade Name Type
Claiborne Educational Foundation Private
1.33 Port Gibson Middle School Public
3.33 Chamberlain-Hunt Academy Private, Religious, All-Boys
2.33 Arthur W. Watson Jr. Elementary School Public

Comparable Schools

Niche Grade Name Distance Total Students
1.33 Port Gibson Middle School 2 mi. 392
2.33 Arthur W. Watson Jr. Elementary School 3 mi. 788
1.66 Jefferson County High School 17 mi. 434
0.66 Jefferson County Elementary School 20 mi. 520
2.00 Warren Central Junior High School 27 mi. 709

Around Port Gibson High School

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Student Demographics

Gender

Gender
Male 51%
Female 48%

Enrollment

Enrollment
Grade 9 26.9%
Grade 10 22.2%
Grade 11 27.3%
Grade 12 23.7%

Educational Outcomes