The American Institute of Architects has honored the school as the "Most Beautiful High School in America."

Dec. 21-Jan. 4 Winter Vacation - School and Offices Closed

Welcome to the Site of America’s Most Beautiful High School

It is our pleasure to share with all visitors the “magic” of Little Rock Central High School. Please feel free to contact us if you need more information than what we have provided.

Our Location:

1500 S Park St

Little Rock, AR 72202

Phone: 501-447-1400

Fax: 501-447-1401

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Bell Schedule 
Zero Hour: 7:40 - 8:35 
Enter Building:  8:35  
Tardy Bell:  8:45 
First: 8:45 - 10:21 

Second: 10:26 - 12:36

Lunch Schedule New:

Second: Lunch A 10:21-10:51 3rd/4th floor, field house

Second: Lunch B 10:56-11:26 Portables, Campus Inn, CAS, Ground/Pit

Second: Lunch C 11:31-12:01 2nd floor

Second Lunch D 12:06-12:36 rooms 3 and 4, Band, 5A, 5B, rooms 8, 9, Stage A, B, C, Metro students, 1st floor


Third: 12:43-2:13
Fourth: 2:20 - 3:50 

PICTURE DAY - MONDAY, DECEMBER 14

November 20

Picture day is Monday, December 14.  Order can be placed at mylifetouch.com; picture day ID EVTJJBQF9

LRCH BASKETBALL UPDATE

November 18

Central High School wants to be able to continue to play girls and boys basketball throughout the season. With high expectations for safety and security our top priority, we are limiting attendance at our home games to the parents of our players only. This protocol will last throughout the remainder of our 2020 games.

We will evaluate this situation in the beginning of 2021 depending on the current pandemic situation.

 

  • Thursday, November. 19th JVG and VG starting @ 6:00. 

 

  • Tuesday, November 24th JVB, VG and VB starting @ 5:00.

 

  • Tuesday, Dec. 8th VG and VB starting @ 5:30.

 

 

No other tickets will be sold to the public, and only Central employees with their LRSD badges, AAA MEDIA PASSES or College Coaches will be admitted.

SENIOR T-SHIRT SALE

NOVEMBER 9

Buy Senior 2021 T-Shirts here.

PRINCIPAL'S CABINET

OCTOBER 22

List of members

EARLY RELEASE BELL SCHEDULE - WEDNESDAYS

BEGINNING WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21:

1st Block – 8:45-9:25 (40 min.)

2nd Block – 9:30-10:10 (40 min.)

3rd Block – 10:15-12:30 (1 hour 40 min. w/30 min. for lunch)

4th Block – 12:35-1:15 (40 min.)

 

Lunches –

A lunch - 10:15-10:45  - class from 10:50-12:30

B lunch - 10:50-11:20 – class from 10:15-12:30

C lunch - 11:25-11:55 – class from 10:15-12:30

D lunch - 12:00-12:30 – class from 10:15-12:00

IMPORTANT UPDATE
PSAT DATE CHANGE

October 13, 2020

The PSAT testing date for Juniors has been changed to January 26, 2021. 

EARLY RELEASE WEDNESDAYS

October 6, 2020

  • Starting this Wednesday, October 7th, all students (Central is virtual this week, see schedule above) will be released at the early release time (12:15pm-Elementary or 1:15pm- Secondary). If parents are unable to pick up their student(s), student should ride the bus home at the early release time (this week only); if the student is attending CARE, the student will still be able to attend as scheduled. This week, the District is working on activity bus routes for students who will stay at school after the early release time for future weeks.

  • Starting, October 14th, the District will provide an activity bus for students who stay after the early release time and are not participating in the CARE Program. In order for the District to prepare routes for later transportation, we ask that parents notify their children’s school(s) if their children will need to stay at the school.

  • The entire day is still an instructional day; therefore, students are required to participate in learning via Schoology or with hard copy assignments even after the released time.

  • There will not be any required meetings for teachers during the early release time. The time should be used to meet with students who are in the virtual learning option, plan for virtual/ in person learning, or participate in elective professional development or collaborative planning.

TASC

September 18, 2020

Virtual Tutoring will be provided covering English, Math, and Science.  If other subjects are needed, teachers or students can let us know and we will see that we get them covered.  It will begin Monday, September 21st.

more information here

PSAT 2020 SIGN UP INSTRUCTIONS

September 10, 2020

We will begin signing up for the PSAT/NMSQT September 10th.

More information can be found here PSAT/NMSQT

GRAB AND GO FOOD SERVICE

SEPTEMBER 8, 2020

Beginning September 8, 2020 and each Tuesday until further notice, LRSD will offer a once a week meal pick up for our virtual students. The box will contain 5 breakfast and 5 lunch meals. The pick-up times will be 8:00 -9:00 am and 2:00 -5:30 pm at the following schools:

· Booker Elementary

· Cloverdale Middle

· Dodd Elementary

· Parkview High School

· Roberts Elementary

· Rockefeller Elementary

· Southwest High School

· Stephens Elementary

· Terry Elementary

· Wakefield Elementary

September 1, 2020

The NWEA and the Civics exams will be administered to Virtual Students as well as Face to Face students.

TIGER NEWSPAPER AVAILABLE ON YOUR DEVICE

May 2020

Keep up with Tiger News from your mobile device. Go to your app store and search for STUDENT NEWS SOURCE. Choose Little Rock Central High School and then get the free app!

THE TIGER NEWSPAPER

LRCH GRADUATE TRANSCRIPT REQUEST

MAY 2020

School Information

BELL SCHEDULE

Zero Hour: 7:40 - 8:35 
Enter Building:  8:35  
Tardy Bell:  8:45 
First: 8:45 - 10:21 

Second: 10:26 - 12:36

Lunch Schedule New:

Second: Lunch A 10:21-10:51 3rd/4th floor, field house

Second: Lunch B 10:56-11:26 Portables, Campus Inn, CAS, Ground/Pit

Second: Lunch C 11:31-12:01 2nd floor

Second Lunch D 12:06-12:36 rooms 3 and 4, Band, 5A, 5B, rooms 8, 9, Stage A, B, C, Metro students, 1st floor


Third: 12:43-2:13
Fourth: 2:20 - 3:50 

MISSION STATEMENT


The mission of Little Rock Central High School is to assist our students in developing the skills necessary to become independent, responsible, self-sufficient adults who will contribute in a global community. Central High School is committed to inspiring each student to the highest standards of intellectual and personal development. We strive to create and maintain a safe, supportive environment in which all students feel valued and respected as they become successful, life-long learners and responsible citizens in a diverse and changing world. Educators and stakeholders will work collaboratively and communicate effectively to ensure the values, behaviors, and expectations necessary to achieve this educational purpose. 

ALMA MATER

HAIL TO THE OLD GOLD, 
HAIL TO THE BLACK.
HAIL ALMA MATER,
NAUGHT DOES SHE LACK.
WE LOVE NO OTHER,
SO LET OUR MOTTO BE
VICTORY
LITTLE ROCK CENTRAL HIGH!!

 

FIGHT SONG 

FIGHT 'EM TIGERS, 
FIGHT 'EM TIGERS,
RUN RIGHT THROUGH THAT LINE,
RUN THE BALL CLEAR DOWN THE FIELD FOR A
TOUCHDOWN SURE THIS TIME- RAH RAH RAH!
FIGHT 'EM TIGERS,
FIGHT EM’ TIGERS,
FIGHT ON FOR YOUR FAME
FIGHT TIGERS, FIGHT, FIGHT, FIGHT
TO WIN THIS GAME! HEY!
CHI CHA HA HA TIGERS, TIGERS RAH RAH RAH
CHI CHA HA HA TIGERS, TIGERS RAH RAH RAH
TIGERS TIGERS
GO TIGERS!
 

HONOR CODE

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Tel: (501) 447-1400

1500 S Park St, Little Rock, AR 72202