Dr. Lundy Brantley, Superintendent of Neshoba County School DistrictWelcome to the Neshoba County School District where it is our vision to “graduate all students that are college and career ready with courses, certifications, and external opportunities beyond a high school diploma.” The NCSD strives to provide multiple opportunities through academics, athletics, and extra-curricular activities.

In August 2017 the Neshoba County School District opened its new state-of-the-art high school. The new school is part of an overall $23.4 million project approved by voters in 2015.
The high school media center is home to 28 computer workstations, Wi-Fi hotspots and over 17,000 books.
Also located in the media center is the Rocket Fuel Coffee House.  The coffee house is a project that teaches students about business and entrepreneurship. The new school also has four ultra-modern science labs and an engineering lab.

In 2018-2019 NCES will begin offering engineering and robotics infused instruction.  At NCMS computer science and STEM will be implemented.   Also, the middle school will also offer pre-AP courses for 7th and 8th grade students.  For high schoolers, NCHS offers opportunities for internships/apprenticeships along with engineering and robotics. The high school will offer Digital Media in 2018-2019. NCHS currently offers 30 hours of dual credit college classes as well as numerous AP courses. At all three schools, Individualized instruction is infused.

The NCSD offers excellent access to technology. NCES grades 3-5 is 1:1 with Chromebooks. NCMS and NCES are nearing completion of a 2:1 Chromebook initiative.

The district also offers several Career and Technology courses (CTE) such as Welding, Automotive Technology, Teacher Academy, Carpentry Technology, Early Childhood Technology, Law and Public Safety, and Health Sciences. National Certification opportunity is also afforded for Welding, Automotive Technology, and Carpentry Technology.

The NCSD is now a part of the Innovation Lab Network through the Mississippi Department of Education which is a group of district that innovate to create 21st Century opportunities for students. The district consists of Neshoba Central Pre-K, Neshoba Central Elementary, Neshoba Central Middle and Neshoba Central High School.

Dr. Lundy Brantley
NCSD Superintendent