Magnolia Speech School.
Where Hope Speaks.

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We understand your child’s language

All children need a voice. When facing difficulties with speech and language, they deserve professional services designed to help them communicate effectively. At Magnolia Speech School, students are given a curriculum tailored to their specific needs. By offering early intervention, extensive resources, and a nurturing community, we give families the tools to help their kids succeed.

Unique Care Since 1956

As a pioneer in education for children with speech and language disorders, Magnolia Speech School has utilized the latest classroom techniques and technology for over six decades.

Upcoming Events

Something fun is always happening at Magnolia Speech School!

Mar 22nd

Mar 22

Denim and Diamonds Drawdown

Join or sponsor our annual drawdown event to benefit our students, Friday, March 22, 2019.

Apr 13th

Apr 13 @ 7:30 pm

The Mississippi Chorus

Mississippi Symphony Orchestra at Thalia Mara Hall, Subscription Concert (Tickets available through Mississippi Symphony Orchestra website) The Mississippi Chorus is pleased to announce Magnolia Speech School has been selected as their community partner for the 2018-19 Season.

Apr 19th

Apr 19 @ 8:00 am

Easter Break – No classes

Enjoy the Easter holiday.  No classes scheduled for Friday and Monday.
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Success Stories

Magnolia Speech School is Where Hope Speaks for children with speech and language disorders.

“Our daughter was diagnosed with apraxia of speech, a condition that makes it difficult to speak. Luckily we found a school built just for children like her — Magnolia Speech School. The specialized classroom instruction and speech therapy services she receives have helped her become a confident, happy girl as well as a great conversationalist!”

– Scott & Maggie Jones, parents of Jane Helen

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Recent News

MOVE TO LEARN TEAM COMES TO VISIT MAGNOLIA SPEECH SCHOOL

Coach Larry Calhoun, the star of the Move to Learn exercise break videos, will be at the Magnolia Speech School campus on March 6 to introduce administrators, teachers and students to the Move to Learn Initiative. A team from The Bower Foundation and the Mississippi Department of Education’s Office of Healthy Schools will accompany Calhoun […]

Special Visitors in February

Magnolia Speech School welcomed several special guests in February.  We want to thank these guests: Deborah Bryant –  First Lady of Mississippi, Kayleebrooke Mccollum – Miss Mississippi Teen USA, and Mary Randall Ivy – Miss Delta Crossroads.  Our students loved the stories, hugs, and joy that each of our guests shared during there visit.  We […]