Community & School
Winston County formed in 1833, is
located in the east central part of Mississippi and was once the
home of the Choctaw Indians. Louisville, incorporated in 1882, is
the county seat. In 1995, the population of Winston County was
public school in Louisville was established in 1872. Winston County
Schools and Louisville City Schools were consolidated in 1960 to
become the Louisville Municipal School District which has a current
student population of 2,700 and
is served by 256 certified staff and 169 support staff members.
The Louisville Municipal School
District is comprised of all territory within Winston County and
Fair Elementary School (Pre K-2)
Louisville Elementary School (3-5)
Eiland Middle School (6-8)
Louisville High School (9-12)
Nanih Waiya Attendance Center (K-12)
Noxapater Attendance Center (K-12)
Students in grades 10-12 are served
by the Winston-Louisville Career and Technology Center.
placement courses are offered to all students across the district in
are accredited by the Mississippi Accrediting Commission and the
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).