The Rogers School District is committed to providing an environment of educational excellence where all belong, all learn and all succeed. Our schools are high achieving, safe and welcoming. Rogers students enjoy a special hometown atmosphere as well as a rich diversity of classmates.
We serve more than 15,000 students in our 15 elementary schools, four middle schools, three high schools and an alternative school.
Both Rogers and Rogers Heritage high schools have been named among the the Best High Schools in America by U.S. News and World Report, and three of our middle schools have been named the most outstanding middle schools in the state. Our gifted and talented program was also recently named the Outstanding Gifted and Talented Program in the state for districts with more than 3,000 students.
Our student achievements include numerous National Merit Finalists, Odyssey of the Mind world competitors, and Ivy League graduates. Our seniors are awarded more than $14 million in scholarships each year. Our students also excel in music, art and extracurricular activities and have been recent state champions in cross country, tennis, wrestling, indoor track and outdoor track as well as golf.
Our teachers are dedicated to helping children achieve the skills and knowledge they need for a lifetime of success. They are a friendly, caring, professional staff that work as a team to meet the needs of every student.
Our teachers have formed a professional learning community dedicated to continual improvement and studying the latest teaching techniques and educational innovations. Each year the district brings provides professional development to help teachers deliver the best possible instruction to our students. More than half of our teachers, administrators, and supervisors have earned advanced degrees.
The Rogers School District highly values its teachers and offers them one of the highest career income potentials for teachers available in the state.
Our teachers have recently distinguished themselves as the National P.E. Teacher of the Year, National Counselor of the Year, a national Economics Teacher of the Year, Outstanding Environmental Educator of the Year, Hero of the Heart Award Winners, State Cross Country Coach of the Year, State Elementary Counselor of the Year, Wal-Mart State Teacher of the Year, State Wrestling Coach of the Year, and a NASDAQ National Economics Teaching Award Finalist. We have more than 100 national board certified teachers and several National Educator Award-winners recognized by the Milken Foundation.
Our community members and our parents volunteer thousands of hours each year in our schools. Every day, volunteers tutor students, organize parent centers, assist teachers and serve as mentors. Community and parent involvement helps our students achieve their best.
Our community expects the best in its school facilities, and our support staff ensures that our students have an ideal environment for learning with clean, well-maintained buildings. Visit one of our schools and you will see them literally shine!
Students also have access to the finest classroom technology. Our community has dedicated one mill to ensuring the students have the latest technological resources they need. Our media centers also offer students a wealth of information to draw upon for classroom and homework assignments.
Our district is also committed to providing students, parents and staff as much information as possible on-line for your convenience such as contact information, grades, board policies, lunch menus/payments, and school event calendars.
Our mission, values and vision sum up what you can expect in the Rogers School District.
Our Mission: to provide an environment of educational excellence where all belong, all learn, and all succeed.
Our Vision: to be a recognized educational leader in developing and challenging all students to realize their potential in our ever-changing world.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY: The Rogers Public School District does not discriminate in its policies and programs on the basis of sex, marital status, religion, race, color, creed, national origin, age, handicapping condition or genetic information. Inquiries concerning the application of Title IX or Title VI, may be referred to the Equity Coordinator; 500 W. Walnut Street, 479-636-3910.