The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians operates the largest unified Reservation school system in the United States. Our progressive programs run the gamut from preschool and childcare to adult, vocational and post-secondary education.
Choctaw education extends from birth through late life, with services provided through community schools and an array of specialized educational programs. Historic educational neglect of Tribal members has not only imposed profound responsibilities, but has also created opportunities for development of exceptional educational systems. Choctaw education has become a critical element within the reservation communities, serving to support successful Tribal government, economic growth and individual self-worth.
Division of Early Childhood Education (DOECE)
The DOECE offers comprehensive full day-full year child development programs designed to provide a broad range of services to children 8 weeks to 5 years old, their families, and the community.
Choctaw Tribal Schools (CTS)
The Choctaw Tribal School System has six elementary schools, one middle school and one boarding high school on the Choctaw Indian Reservation in east central Mississippi. The Choctaw schools are scattered over a four-county area and serve more than 1,700 students. It is the largest unified and locally-controlled Indian school system in the country
Tribal Scholarship Program (TSP)
The primary objective of the Tribal Scholarship Program is to provide to eligible members of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians who are committed to furthering their post-secondary education the best possible financial aid package for each student.
Adult Learning & Rehabilitation (ALR)