• We Are Arrow Nation 50 Years of Excellence

Clinton celebrates 50 years as a separate school district

  • CPSD's enrollment steadily rising

    In addition to its strong academic programs and extracurricular offerings as a draw, the recent addition of the Continental Tire manufacturing plant — expected to employ 2,500 people — is expected to attract even more families to the area.

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  • Clinton celebrates 50 years as a separate school district

    “We have many new facilities, many new people, the curriculum has changed and so has technology,” said Dr. Tim Martin, superintendent of schools. “The one thing that has remained the same is our commitment to excellence. Throughout our history Clinton has been at or very near the top academically, and we plan to continue this going forward.”

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  • History of Clinton's school buildings begins in early 1900s

    In 1917, Hinds County purchased 10 acres of land on College Street and built the Clinton Consolidated School that housed only 11 grades until 1920 when the 12th grade was added. In 1916, the student enrollment was 215.

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