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Lake Hamilton School District, created in 1945, is the 20th largest district in Arkansas. The district is dynamic and always changing, so the 2014-2015 school year will bring significant changes.
A Career Pathway Task Force will be implemented to find ways to prepare students for life after high school, specifically related to job training and two year college programs. This is in conjunction with area businesses and National Park Community College.
Campus wide building and remodeling projects are reshaping the campus. Opening in August is the new Lake Hamilton Agri Science Building, and new parking for high school, Wolf Stadium, and the new arena will be available.
Junior High’s new front entrance will be ready in August, along with a new Middle School cafeteria. 2015-2016 projects are on schedule.
New parking will be available at the Elementary. Car rider drop off will now be off of Adam Brown Road between the Elementary playground and the practice field.
Lake Hamilton High School was one of 15 high schools in the nation to receive the High Schools That Work Platinum Achievement Award. The award is given based on academic scores and preparing students for career and college readiness. Both Primary and Elementary were also honored as scoring in the top 10% of Arkansas schools. Middle School and Junior High were in the top 20%.
Lake Hamilton High School teachers Alex Dykes and Jason Braziel were the first in Arkansas to attend a Curriculum for Agricultural Science Education Institute at Texas Tech University. Dykes received certification in Introduction to Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources. Braziel received certification in Agricultural Science-Animals.
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