Arkansas Magnet Public Schools

All Schools
(38)
High Schools
(5)
Middle Schools
(8)
Elementary
(25)
Pre-K
(12)
There are 38 magnet public schools in Arkansas, serving 21,616 students.
Learn more about how magnet schools work.
Minority enrollment is 65% of the student body (majority Black), which is more than the Arkansas state average of 36%.
The student:teacher ratio of 14:1 is more than the state average of 13:1.

Arkansas Magnet Public Schools

  • School Location Students Grades
  • TexarkanaArkansas High School
    1500 Jefferson Ave
    TexarkanaAR71875
    (870)774-7641
    1185 students | Gr. 9-12
  • Little RockBooker Arts Magnet Elementary School
    2016 Barber St
    Little RockAR72206
    (501)447-3800
    551 students | Gr. KG-5
  • Little Rock
    Carver Magnet Elementary School
    2100 East Sixth St
    Little RockAR72202
    (501)447-4000
    417 students | Gr. PK-5
  • BatesvilleCentral Magnet Math & Science Elementary School
    650 Vine St
    BatesvilleAR72501
    (870)793-7498
    313 students | Gr. KG-6
  • TexarkanaHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award College Hill Elementary School
    200 Artesian St
    TexarkanaAR71854
    (870)774-9111
    459 students | Gr. PK-4
  • Texarkana
    College Hill Middle School
    1600 Forrest St
    TexarkanaAR71854
    (870)772-0281
    659 students | Gr. 5-6
  • Little RockDunbar Magnet Middle School
    1100 Wright Ave
    Little RockAR72206
    (501)447-2600
    814 students | Gr. 6-8
  • BatesvilleEagle Mountain Magnet School
    600 Eagle Mountain Blvd
    BatesvilleAR72501
    (870)698-9141
    690 students | Gr. PK-6
  • TexarkanaEdward D. Trice Elementary School
    4505 Pinson St
    TexarkanaAR71854
    (870)772-8431
    536 students | Gr. KG-4
  • Texarkana
    Fairview Elementary School
    801 East 16th St
    TexarkanaAR71854
    (870)774-9211
    301 students | Gr. PK-4
  • Hot SpringsGardner Magnet School
    525 Hammond Dr
    Hot SpringsAR71913
    (501)620-7822
    407 students | Gr. KG-4
  • Little RockGibbs Magnet Elementary School
    1115 West 16th St
    Little RockAR72202
    (501)447-4900
    311 students | Gr. PK-5
  • JonesboroHealth/wellness Envi Magnet Elementary School
    1001 Rosemond Ave
    JonesboroAR72401
    (870)933-5850
    562 students | Gr. 1-6
  • Little RockHenderson Middle School
    401 Barrow Rd
    Little RockAR72205
    (501)447-2800
    676 students | Gr. 6-8
  • Hot SpringsHot Springs High School
    701 Emory St
    Hot SpringsAR71913
    (501)624-5286
    713 students | Gr. 9-12
  • Hot Springs
    Hot Springs Intermediate School
    617 Main St
    Hot SpringsAR71913
    (870)886-2401
    573 students | Gr. 5-6
  • Hot Springs
    Hot Springs Middle School
    701 Main St
    Hot SpringsAR71913
    (501)624-5228
    501 students | Gr. 7-8
  • JonesboroInternational Studies Magnet Elementary School
    1218 Cobb St
    JonesboroAR72401
    (870)933-5825
    417 students | Gr. 1-6
  • Little RockJ.a. Fair High School
    13420 David O Dodd Rd
    Little RockAR72210
    (501)447-1700
    872 students | Gr. 9-12
  • Van BurenKing Elementary School
    400 North 19th St
    Van BurenAR72956
    (479)474-2661
    397 students | Gr. PK-4
  • Hot SpringsLangston Magnet School
    120 Chestnut St
    Hot SpringsAR71901
    (501)620-7821
    419 students | Gr. PK-4
  • Little RockM.l. King Magnet Elementary School
    907 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
    Little RockAR72202
    (501)447-5100
    600 students | Gr. PK-5
  • MabelvaleMabelvale Middle School
    10811 Mabelvale West Rd
    MabelvaleAR72103
    (501)447-3000
    713 students | Gr. 6-8
  • Little RockMann Magnet Middle School
    1000 East Roosevelt Rd
    Little RockAR72206
    (501)447-3100
    800 students | Gr. 6-8
  • JonesboroMath & Science Magnet School
    213 East Thomas Green Rd
    JonesboroAR72401
    (870)933-5845
    527 students | Gr. 1-8
  • Little RockMcclellan Magnet High School
    9417 Geyer Springs Rd
    Little RockAR72209
    (501)447-2100
    921 students | Gr. 9-12
  • JonesboroMicrosociety Magnet School
    1110 West Washington Ave
    JonesboroAR72401
    (870)933-5855
    479 students | Gr. 1-6
  • TexarkanaNorth Heights Junior High School
    2118 East 35th St
    TexarkanaAR71854
    (870)773-1091
    640 students | Gr. 7-8
  • Hot SpringsOaklawn Magnet School
    301 Oaklawn Blvd
    Hot SpringsAR71913
    (501)623-2661
    621 students | Gr. KG-4
  • Hot Springs
    Honored for National Blue Ribbon Award Park Magnet School
    617 Main St
    Hot SpringsAR71901
    (501)623-5661
    299 students | Gr. KG-4
  • Little RockParkview Magnet High School
    2501 Barrow Rd
    Little RockAR72204
    (501)447-2300
    1065 students | Gr. 9-12
  • Sulphur RockSulphur Rock Magnet School
    480 North Main
    Sulphur RockAR72579
    (870)799-3149
    358 students | Gr. PK-6
  • TexarkanaUnion Elementary School
    1701 Line Ferry Rd
    TexarkanaAR71854
    (870)772-7341
    278 students | Gr. PK-4
  • Texarkana
    Vera Kilpatrick Elementary School
    1002 East 35th St
    TexarkanaAR71854
    (870)774-9691
    407 students | Gr. PK-4
  • JonesboroVisual & Performing Art Magnet Elementary School
    1804 Hillcrest Dr
    JonesboroAR72401
    (870)933-5830
    706 students | Gr. KG-6
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State Statistics

About This State (AR) (AR) State Statistics Nationwide Statistics
Population (Approximate) 2,845,378 people 304,788,178 people
Age 25+ w/College Degree 14% 25%
Median Household Income $34,657 $46,250
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