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Business Listing   Bayou Academy - Cleveland, MS - Phone: (662) 843-4330

Business Listing   Bayou Academy - Computer Laboratory - Cleveland, MS - Phone: (662) 843-9618

Business Listing   Bayou Academy - Elementary School OFC - Cleveland, MS - Phone: (662) 843-8823

Business Listing   Bayou Academy - Headmaster-Executive Secretary - Cleveland, MS - Phone: (662) 843-3708

Business Listing   Bayou Academy - High School Office - Cleveland, MS - Phone: (662) 843-9728

Business Listing   Cleveland Commons - Cleveland, MS - Phone: (662) 843-3802

Business Listing   Coahoma Community College Skill Tech Center - Cleveland, MS - Phone: (662) 846-6060

Business Listing   Delta State University - Cleveland, MS - Phone: (662) 846-3000

Business Listing   First Presbyterian Church - Cleveland, MS - Phone: (662) 843-8698

Business Listing   Perfected Praise Day Care - Cleveland, MS - Phone: (662) 846-1188

Business Listing   School Bus Shop - Cleveland, MS - Phone: (662) 843-3948

Business Listing   Schools-Bolivar County District IV - Administrative Office - Cleveland, MS - Phone: (662) 843-3529

Business Listing   Schools-Bolivar County District IV - Alternative School - Cleveland, MS - Phone: (662) 846-6478

Business Listing   Schools-Bolivar County District IV - Bell Elementary School - Cleveland, MS - Phone: (662) 843-4572

Business Listing   Schools-Bolivar County District IV - Cleveland High School - Cleveland, MS - Phone: (662) 843-2460

Business Listing   Schools-Bolivar County District IV - East Side High School - Cleveland, MS - Phone: (662) 843-2338

Business Listing   Schools-Bolivar County District IV - Maintenance Department - Cleveland, MS - Phone: (662) 843-9041

Business Listing   Schools-Bolivar County District IV - Margaret Green Jr High School - Cleveland, MS - Phone: (662) 843-2456

Business Listing   Schools-Bolivar County District IV - Nailor Elementary School - Cleveland, MS - Phone: (662) 843-4528

Business Listing   Schools-Bolivar County District IV - Parks Elementary School - Cleveland, MS - Phone: (662) 843-3166

Business Listing   Schools-Bolivar County District IV - Pearman Elementary School - Cleveland, MS - Phone: (662) 843-4484

Business Listing   Schools-Bolivar County District IV - Vocational Technical Complex - Cleveland, MS - Phone: (662) 843-8818

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Helpful Definition for: Schools - All

A school is an institution where children are educated under the supervision of trained teachers. Most countries provide compulsory formal education. Schools are usually divided into primary and secondary schools in Cleveland, where primary school is for young children and secondary school is for teenagers who have completed primary education.  In addition to these, Cleveland also has well-known play schools, kindergartens or pre-schools. There are also schools for special children, that may be non-profit institutions offering occupational therapy to these children. 

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