Fayetteville Schools

The Fayetteville School District provides kindergarten through 12th grade education, as well as adult and community education programs. The district is comprised of 15 schools with an enrollment of more than 8,100. But numbers don’t tell the whole story.

Fayetteville Public Schools are some of the state’s (and the nation’s) best. In 2011, Fayetteville High School was named one of the Best High Schools in the U.S. by Newsweek magazine, ranking in the top four percent of high schools in America. Our schools consistently rank among the upper echelon of school districts in the annual “Education Quotient” issue of Expansion Management magazine. In this publication, school districts nationwide are rated in terms of both the “graduate outcome” and “resource index” measurements. School systems that receive the “Gold Medal” award typically excel in areas of high academic standards, small class size and high spending per pupil on instruction. For more information, go to

Asbell Elementary
1500 N. Sang, 479-444-3080
Butterfield Elementary
3050 Old Missouri, 479-444-3081

Fayetteville Christian School
2006 E. Mission, 479-442-2565
Fayetteville High
1001 Stone, 479-444-3050
First School Kids
695 E. Calvin, 479-571-4516
6 month - Kindergarten

Haas Hall Academy
3155 N. College, 479-966-4930
Happy Hollow Elementary
2175 E. Peppervine, 479-444-3085
Holcomb Elementary
2900 N. Salem, 479-527-3610
Holt Middle School  
2365 N. Rupple, 479-527-3670
Leverett Elementary
1124 W. Cleveland, 479-444-3077
McNair Middle School
3030 E. Mission, 479-527-3660

Montessori School   
57 E. Township, 479-443-7812
The New School      
2514 N. New School, 479-521-7037
Owl Creek Elementary
375 N. Rupple, 479-718-0200
Ramay Jr. High        
401 S. Sang, 479-444-3064
Regional Technology Center
2350 Old Farmington, 479-444-3060

Root Elementary      
1529 Mission, 479-444-3075
St. Joseph Catholic
1722 N. Starr, 479-442-0890
Vandergriff Elementary
2975 E. Township, 479-527-3600
Washington Elementary
425 Highland, 479-444-3073
Woodland Jr. High   
1 E. Poplar, 479-444-3067 
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