Huntsville School District is a public school district located in Huntsville, AR. It has 2,355 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 44% of students are at least proficient in math and 47% in reading.
570 West Main
Huntsville, AR 72740
Elementary Schools in Huntsville School District
Niche users from this school district are most interested in the following colleges.
- A176 Students
- B135 Students
- B91 Students
- B81 Students
- B-62 Students
- B40 Students
- B+40 Students
- A-39 Students
- A-38 Students
- B-33 Students
Huntsville School District Reviews
I love going to school in such a small town. Everyone knows almost everyone here which could be good as well as bad at times. I however wish we had more classes to choose from that are unique and that we might enjoy better. I also do not care for the flex mod schedule. We're one of the first schools in the state of Arkansas to get this schedule. I love the free time, however, I wish some kids were more grounded to do their work during this time. I love to spend my time studying and getting work done, but usually there are kids beside me causing a ruckus. I would love to see our school district grow over the years and see better things happen for our schools as well as our community. I think Huntsville is a good school for such a small town!
Huntsville school district is very intelligent and caring community . Teachers actually get to know their students very well because how small it is. Some changes I would like to see in the future is the involvement in parents. Parents really need a vote on the changes that the administration make every year. Other than that this school have provided me with many new experiences and a great education !
In the last year Huntsville School district has changed its way of teaching. I agree with how the teachers teach. Huntsville is a small town so the teachers have less students to teach, which means the teachers have more of a experience with one on one learning and helping an student on their weak spots. The high school has basically went all electronic. At the beginning of the 2016-2017 school year, every high school student was issued their own Chromebook to use through out the school year with a $25 insurance fee, in case it got stolen or broken. There are pros and cons about the system. Pros are you can have your work all together and organized in one place. Cons are sometimes the computers don't save the work and you have to redo your work. I prefer a paper copy for notes and tests. All in all I would recommend Huntsville school district to many people.