Little Rock, Arkansas

Hall High School, a multi-cultural area high school with 1463 students and a staff of 120, is located in West Little Rock.  Hall is unique in the variety of opportunities it offers to its students.  Since opening in 1957, Hall High School has been dedicated to the academic achievement of all its students.  It remains one of only two Arkansas public schools admitted (1963) to the National Cum Laude Society, the high school equivalent of Phi Beta Kappa.  In 1995 it was designated the only high school in the Little Rock School District to serve as a Newcomer Center, providing special accommodations to new Arkansas residents for whom English is a second language.  These Newcomers, as well as many foreign exchange students, round out Hall's multicultural population and help maximize daily opportunities for all students to develop  the academic and social skills needed in today's complex global community.