Arkansas Public Schools by District or by School Name may be located on the Arkansas Department of Education website along with frequently asked questions. Looking for some fast facts on Arkansas Public Schools or information about Grant Opportunities for the Arkansas Department of Education? Or are you interested in Student Assessment or Test Scores? It can all be found and more on the Arkansas Department of Education website.
Are you ready for kindergarten? Here is some information about kindergarten enrollment.
Thinking about College and looking for information on educational costs and financial aid? You may consider the Office of the Treasurer’s Aspiring Scholars Matching Grant Program.
Visit the Arkansas Department of Education, Special Education Unit website for information on this Units commitment to improving educational results for students with disabilities through statewide leadership and support to schools, educators, students, families and other stakeholders.
Looking for College or University information?
Arkansas Colleges and Universities
Visit the Arkansas Department of Higher Education for a listing of colleges and universities, with links to admission, financial aid and scholarship information.
Say Go College
The Say Go College website offers information on college preparation gives students opportunities to enter a variety of contests.
College 101 educates High School students beginning at the freshman level all the way through Graduation about the benefits in attending college, how to prepare for college, and how to pay for college.
Come Back 2 Go Forward.com
What is stopping you from going back to college? Listen to testimonials of other students and watch videos to help get you started. Learn about campuses within 30 minutes of your location and how to pay for college.
Financial Aid Information
Here are some services that allow you to search for scholarships and/or financial aid and conveniently apply online.
Need more information about various scholarships and grant programs? You can find it located on the Arkansas Department of Higher Education website
Career & Technical Education
CTE (Career & Technical Education) programs provide specialized training and real-world work experience while reinforcing academic skills and their application in the workplace, and preparing students for a variety of occupations from entry through professional levels. Learn more about CTE at the Arkansas Department of Career Education.
Is the lack of a high school diploma keeping you from getting a better job or attending college? Read here about taking the GED (General Education Development) Test.
English as a Second Language training workshops for teachers are available at the Arkansas Adult Learning Resource Center each spring and fall.
WAGE (Workforce Alliance for Growth in the Economy) is a work readiness program designed to ensure that unemployed and underemployed Arkansans have the skills to be successful in the workplace.
Find much more at Arkansas Department of Career Education.