The 1957 Desegregation Crisis at Central High School

Little Rock Central High School is recognized for the role it played in the desegregation of public schools in the United States.  The nine African-American students' persistence in attending the formerly all-white Central High School was the most prominent national example of the implementation of the May 17, 1954 Supreme Court decision Brown v. Board of Education.

Hairspray Live!

Hairspray Live!

Join Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site at the Riverdale for a live-stream of NBC's Hairspray Live!

Every Kid in a Park Example Pass

Every Kid in a Park Pass

Good news, Fourth Graders! The National Park Service is offering Fourth Graders and their family free access to your Public Lands!

2017 Civil Rights Educator's Institute

2017 Civil Rights Educator's Institute

Register now for the 2017 Civil Rights Educator's Institute, a design laboratory for social engagement.

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Mailing Address:

National Park Service
2120 W. Daisy Gatson Bates Drive

Little Rock, AR 72202

Phone:

501.374.1957
501.374.1957 is the main phone line for the front desk of the National Park Visitor Center at Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site. Please call this number if you have questions about scheduling a tour, special events or general questions about the history of the site or Historic Site visitation. If you are needing transcripts or have questions about enrollment or other matters pertaining to Little Rock School District attendance, please call 501.447.1400.

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