Driving Directions for Washington School

Take Hwy. 82 to Greenville. Turn left at the first stop light onto Raceway Road. There will be a McDonald’s on the right and a Shell Station on the left. Continue on Raceway Road until you reach a three-way stop. Take a right on Reed Road. You will come to a four-way stop on Reed Road. Continue straight through the intersection until you see Washington School. On the left, there are some exit gates but do not fur there. Go past the school to the first stop light. Take a left at the stop light. There will be signs directing which way to enter the school grounds.

2014-15 Homecoming Court

Congratulations to the following young ladies who were chosen to represent their classes as homecoming maids in the upcoming homecoming festivities scheduled for Sept. 26, 2014. Representing the senior class – Bayly Moss, Brandy Quick and Katie Stuart; junior class – Carly Pippin and Abbie Scott;  sophomore class – Summer Martin and Adrienne Sission; freshman class – Emily Rhea and Samantha West.



Box Tops for Education

Leake Academy has the opportunity to participate in Box Tops for Education. This is a fundraising program sponsored by General Mills, Inc. to help schools across the United States. Our school can earn cash through this program. Each Box Top is worth 10 cents to our school. Please clip the Box Top coupons located on most General Mills products, put them in a plastic bag or envelope and send them back to school with your child who can then place the bag in our drop box located outside the elementary computer lab. A list of products that have Box Top coupons can be found at


Leake Academy operates under the control and direction of a Parent-Teacher Organization member-elected Board of Directors. The school is administered by Leake Academy INC., a Mississippi non-profit corporation, which is responsible for all decisions as to faculty, programming, admissions, and all other decisions necessary to the operation of the school.

Leake Academy is fully accredited and its teachers are certified by the Mississippi Association of Independent Schools.


Leake Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at our school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.