Cabot High School courtyard flooded with high school students.

Where We Learn

Students having fun on Sock Day At the Cabot School District "It's about KIDS." The Cabot School District is the seventh largest in the state and encompasses much of northwest Lonoke County, including the cities of Cabot, Austin, and Ward. The community's focus on education is the primary reason Cabot is one of the fastest growing cities in Arkansas.

As one of the top-rated districts in the state, the Cabot School District is comprised of neighborhood schools, including nine elementary schools (K-4), two nationally recognized Diamond Middle Schools (5-6), two junior highs (7-8), a freshman academy (9), and a high school (10-12). The Cabot School District is also home to the Academic Center of Excellence. ACE is an award-winning conversion charter school that offers a unique blended learning environment and flexible schedules for students in grades seven to twelve.

The opportunities for students at the Cabot School District are endless. Students in all grade levels are challenged daily with exciting curriculum and real-world experiences. Cabot High School offers a vast array of career and technical courses, including construction, business, various medical and nursing courses, law enforcement, and AFJROTC. It's also home to a state-of-the-art television broadcasting studio, animal science facility, metals and woodworking shop, and fully automated greenhouse.

Two students working on a computer assignment. High school students also have the option to choose from more than 160 electives, including forensics, debate, theater, dance, stagecraft, choir, and an award-winning marching band. Cabot's Fine Arts program is recognized as one of the most exemplary comprehensive programs in the state.

Cabot High School also offers an Advanced Placement Academy and consistently produces a high number of National Merit Finalists. Every year, seniors receive millions of dollars in college scholarships.

Students also participate in a dynamic athletic program for both male and female students. Cabot athletes compete in the 7A Central Conference, the largest conference in the state. Student athletes traditionally perform at the highest level, and that's proven by the number of conference and state championship titles they receive each year. The Sports Medicine Program is nationally-recognized and Cabot's athletic trainers mentor other districts in implementing this curriculum in schools across the state.

For further information about the Cabot School District, or to take a tour, please visit online at www.cabotschools.org or call the Central Administrative Office at (501) 843-3363s. You can also download the free Cabot Public Schools app and follow the district on social media (@cabotsd for Twitter and Cabot Public School District for Facebook).

Cabot Public Schools

Arkansas State University at Beebe is just 8 miles to the north, and offers both 2-year and 4-year degree programs, as well as technical and computer programs.

Webster University is located in nearby North Little Rock. The college offers more than 321 degrees and certification programs of study.



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