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http://www.nlrsd.k12.ar.us/history/nlrhs1929.jpg Sketch of North Little Rock High School in 1929
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North Little Rock High School is a school of 1,500 students located in North Little Rock, Arkansas.
North Little Rock High is divided into two branches: East and West Campus. East Campus educates ninth and tenth graders and West Campus is strictly for eleventh and twelfth graders. Both branches participate in Advanced Placement courses and the International Baccalaureate curriculum. The school has the largest speech and drama program in the state, a nationally award-winning yearbook (the Legacy), and participates in the American Legion Boys and Girls State. The school also has several business Partners in Education: the North Little Rock Chamber of Commerce, Arkansas National Guard, the Union Pacific Railroad, Hand in Hand Daycare, U.S. Bank, and Arvest Bank.
Classes are done based on block scheduling.
Sketch of North Little Rock High School in 1929