• Mission-driven

    In the Rogers Public Schools, we live our mission to provide an environment of educational excellence where all belong, all learn, and all succeed. Each year the district welcomes new students from around the country and around the world. Our students speak 30 different native languages and that diversity helps prepare our students to work in a global marketplace.

  • Opportunity

    With three high schools and four middle schools, Rogers has doubled the opportunities for students to be involved in activities, athletics, and student leadership.

  • Arts Abound

    The first district to offer orchestra in Northwest Arkansas, Rogers Public Schools has a long history and wide array of musical opportunities for students including choir, orchestra, band, music theory, and jazz classes.

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Upcoming Events
- HHS Graduation
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
- RHS Graduation
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Repeating Event - School Board Meeting
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
District Announcements
The Meal of a Lifetime
Thanks to a $190,340 grant from the Walmart Foundation, now all students at Old Wire Road Elementary, Grace Hill Elementary, Joe Mathias Elementary and Bonnie Grimes Elementary are able to start the day by eating breakfast in the classroom with their teacher.
Since the program began, approximately 85 percent of all enrolled students in the four pilot schools are eating breakfast, which is more than a 60 percent increase. Overall, more than 1,760 students at the four schools are now eating breakfast daily. Teachers find that students often have fewer tardies because they want to eat with their class and that a nutritious breakfast helps prepare their students for a day of learning, which can then fuel them for a lifetime.

Middle School Teacher of the Year
Congratulations to Adam Bumsted, a math teacher and coach at Lingle Middle School, for being honored as the Rogers Middle School Teacher of the Year.
Congratulations, HS Teacher of the Year!
Mr. TJ Moss, a history teacher at Rogers Heritage High School, has been selected as the district's High School Teacher of the Year. Thank you to Mr. Moss and to all our teachers for all that you do for students!
Honoring Our Own

Tickets are now available for the annual Wall of Distinction Banquet April 24. This year, the Rogers Public Education Foundation will pay tribute to former Rogers school board member and U.S. Senator John Boozman and three distinguished alumni – philanthropist Jan Buck, state and local leader Mary Lynn Reese, and retired teacher Bob Ross.

Friends, colleagues, foundation supporters & the entire community are invited to help honor these special individuals who have strengthened both the Rogers schools and community at a gala fundraiser April 24 at the John Q. Hammons Center at 7 p.m. Tickets to this celebration will cost $100 & are available at four Arvest branch locations (downtown Rogers, Pleasant Grove, Village on the Creeks, & Lowell) as well as at the District Administration Building, & online at MyPaymentsPlus.com. Current or retired Rogers teachers and staff may purchase tickets for $75. More...

Inclement Weather Make-up Days
Rogers Public Schools applied to the Arkansas Department of Education for a waiver for the last two snow days and received state approval. Rogers Public Schools will make up 11 of the 13 missed school days on Jan. 20, Feb. 17, May 27, May 28-30, and June 2-6 for all schools on the regular calendar. (Eastside Elementary, which is on a continuous learning calendar, will make up its missed days on Jan. 20, Feb. 17, and April 28-30, May 1- 2, & June 12, 13, 16, & 17.) Calendars are available online.
Opportunity to Transfer into Rogers School District
The Rogers School District is accepting requests for nonresident students to transfer into the district as required by the Public School Choice Act of 2013 and the applicable rules and guidelines for School Choice issued by the Arkansas Department of Education, unless the student’s transfer creates the need for additional staff, services or facilities or causes the resident school district to exceed its transfer limit. By June 1, 2014, the parent/guardian of interested students must complete an application at the Rogers School District’s administration office at 500 W. Walnut St. and provide a copy to their resident school district. All 7-12th grade students will also need administrators from both districts to sign a Changing Schools/Athletic Participation (CSAP) Form.
Best High Schools in America
Congratulations to Rogers Heritage High School and Rogers High School for ranking among the top 1,400 high schools in the country and among the top 10 in Arkansas, according to U.S. News & World Report. Our students, parents, staff and community make our schools great!
Our Mission
The Rogers School District is committed to providing an environment of educational excellence where all belong, all learn, and all succeed.