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Hope Public Schools Info

First settled in 1852, Hope is a thriving community located in the southwest corner of the State. Hope was named in honor of the daughter of James Loughborough, the Cairo & Fulton (railroad) Land Commissioner, who drew up the original plat of the city. Hope was incorporated in 1875.

We are 25 miles northeast of Texarkana USA and 120 miles southwest of the capital city of Little Rock.

Hope Public Schools are some of the best anywhere. They are caring and nurturing enough to shape young minds, yet academically challanging enough to stretch those same young minds.

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Hope Public Schools is a publicly funded organization
Enrollment: 3267
No. of Schools: 5

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