Top Arkansas School Districts

Top Arkansas School Districts (2018-19)

    School District
    # Students
    Diversity Score
    Graduation %
    Academics Plus Charter School 493 0.42 ≥80%
    Alma School District 3,212 0.21 90%
    Alpena School District 520 0.10 80-89%
    Ark. River Educ Service Coop n/a n/a n/a
    Ark. School For The Blind 36 0.57 ≥50%
    Ark. School For The Deaf 115 0.66 ≥50%
    Arkadelphia School District 1,955 0.59 80-84%
    Arkansas Northeastern College Technical Center n/a n/a n/a
    Arkansas Virtual Academy 630 0.32 n/a
    Arkansas Youth Services School System 299 0.53 15-19%
    Armorel School District 419 0.32 ≥80%
    Ashdown School District 1,426 0.54 85-89%
    Asu Area Center n/a n/a n/a
    Atkins School District 1,047 0.12 90-94%
    Augusta School District 429 0.54 80-89%
    Bald Knob School District 1,268 0.26 90-94%
    Barton-lexa School District 826 0.52 80-89%
    Batesville School District 3,162 0.46 90%
    Bauxite School District 1,650 0.15 90-94%
    Bay School District 577 0.15 ≥90%
    Bearden School District 483 0.53 80-89%
    Beebe School District 3,390 0.21 80%
    Benton County School Of Arts 774 0.42 ≥90%
    Benton School District 5,141 0.33 95%
    Bentonville School District 15,204 0.42 91%
    Bergman School District 1,143 0.10 85-89%
    Berryville School District 2,049 0.48 75-79%
    Bismarck School District 382 0.20 90-94%
    Blevins School District 496 0.49 ≥90%
    Blytheville School District 2,278 0.33 78%
    Booneville School District 1,309 0.19 90-94%
    Bradford School District 480 0.06 ≥90%
    Brinkley School District 578 0.52 ≥90%
    Brookland School District 1,403 0.13 ≥95%
    Bryant School District 9,089 0.45 93%
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