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What school options are available in Mobile, Alabama?

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School options in Mobile, Alabama, include public schools within the Mobile County Public Schools system, as well as Catholic schools run by the Archdiocese of Mobile, as of 2015. Both systems include elementary through high school education options, and there are also a number of special education schools and academies.

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Elementary schools within the Mobile County Public Schools system include Allentown Elementary, the Eichold-Mertz Magnet School of Math, Science and Technology, Hollingers Island Elementary, McDavid-Jones Elementary and Old Shell Road Magnet. High Schools include LeFlore Magnet High, Citronelle High, Montgomery High and Williamson High. The Faulkner Career Tech Center and Regional School for the Deaf and Blind are among the special education options available. The school system website provides a school calendar and resources for parents and students.

Christ The King Catholic School, Our Savior Catholic Preschool, Little Flower Catholic School, St. Pius X Catholic School and St. Vincent de Paul Catholic School are among the Catholic school options for residents in the Archdiocese of Mobile. The school branch of the archdiocesan website provides a map showing the locations of all schools within the archdiocese. The website also provides a school calendar, tuition information and information concerning the structure and Catholic identity of the school system.

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