Coahoma Agricultural High School is a public, secondary school in unincorporated Coahoma County, Mississippi (USA). It is located on the campus of Coahoma Community College, approximately 4.5mi north of Clarksdale. Designated as a part of the Coahoma Agricultural High School District (ASD #1402), and operated by the community college, is one of two independently functioning agricultural high schools in the state of Mississippi. The school has its own facilities, instructional and administrative personnel, and student programs. It shares library facilities with the college.The school operates the Coahoma Early College High School (CECHS) program. On July 1, 2018, the original Coahoma County Agricultural High School will be dissolved, with the Coahoma Early College High School taking its place.HistoryCoahoma County Agricultural High School was established in 1924. It was one of the first agricultural high schools for Blacks in Mississippi. A junior college curriculum was added in 1949 and the institution's name was changed to Coahoma Junior College and Agricultural High School. The school was desegregated in 1965, although the student body has remained mostly and in recent years, exclusively African American.Coahoma Junior College was removed from the title of Coahoma County Agricultural High School in 1975 and in 1981, the school began operating separately from the Coahoma County School District and dropped the word "county" from its name.