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 Rogers Heritage High School 

 Rogers School District

LEA 0405052
(479) 631-3579

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School District Rogers School District - 0405000
Grades Served 9 - 12
Enrollment 1,932
School Hours 8:25 AM - 3:30 PM
Before School Program N/A
After School Program N/A
Weekend Program N/A
Summer Program N/A
Breakfast Program
(No cost to students)
 YES
Lunch Program
(No cost to students)
 YES
Academic Programs in process
Enrichment Programs in process
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Credit Hours
Flexible Schedule
County Benton
Congressional District Arkansas's 3rd Congressional District
Co-op Northwest Ark. Education Co-Op - 7221000
Representatives Jana Della Rosa - 90
Dan M. Douglas - 91
Rebecca Petty - 94
Austin McCollum - 95
Grant Hodges - 96
Senators Bart Hester - 1
Cecile Bledsoe - 3
Uvalde Lindsey - 4

1114 South 5th Street
Rogers, AR 72756
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Statistics

College Going Rate 35 %
District Per Pupil Expenditures $8,666.05
Graduation Rate 82 %
Student to Teacher Ratio 14 : 1
Average Class Size 18
English Learners 33 %
Low Income 61 %
Average Years Teaching Experience 13.19
Students Eligible to Receive Special Education 14 %
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2016 - 2017 • Accountability At-a-Glance • Rogers Heritage High School

Contact Information
Rogers Heritage High School | Rogers School District
Principal: Jim Davis | Superintendent: Marlin Berry
1114 South 5th Street Rogers, AR 72756-
http://rogersschools.net | (479) 631-3579
Student Information
Grades 9 - 12 Total Enrollment 1,932
Black 1.55 % English Learners 33.02 %
Hispanic 45.50 % Low-Income 60.66 %
White 48.08 % Special Education 13.61 %

Public School Rating Score (State Accountability: A-F Letter Grade)

State Accountability
64.46
* Alternative Education (AE) program students included in attendance zone for school rating
Public School Rating
C
Rating Scale
  • A = 75.40 and Above
  • B = 69.58 - 75.39
  • C = 62.78 - 69.57
  • D = 54.48 - 62.77
  • F = 0.00 - 54.47

School Performance on the ESSA School Index Score (Federal Accountability)

All Students
Graph represents where scores fall in comparison to state averages. For more information about the Every Student Succeeds Act and the ESSA School Index, visit arkansased.gov.
Black/African
American
Hispanic/
Latino
White
English
Learners
Low-Income
Special Education
Note: Full color represents score
Prepared by the Arkansas Department of Education
Discipline - Act 1015 of 2017

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