- Established in 1885, St. Edward is the longest running elementary or middle school in the city of Little Rock. This includes public and non-public schools. Click here to read more about our history.
- St. Edward has a computer lab with 32 student computers, two student computers in each classroom in 2nd-8th grades, one student computer in K and 1st, and Promethean Boards in 1st-8th grades. The teachers have laptops with wireless internet.
- St. Edward faculty and staff have been educating students for a total of 214 years! That is an average of 12 years of experience per teacher!
- St. Edward is the only elementary school in the area to have either a priest or a nun teaching, and we have both! Monsignor Richard Oswald teaches 8th grade religion, and Sister Doris Moore, D.C. teaches 3rd grade religion.
- St. Edward was the first Catholic school in Central Arkansas to have a Resource teacher. This allows us to be a leader in providing a Catholic education to students with special learning needs.
- The 155 St. Edward students live in 27 different zip codes! You may have a neighbor at St. Edward and not even know it!
- 78% of St. Edward students are Catholic. 22% are non-Catholic
- You may have seen St. Edward in the news for a few things:
- “School marks 125th year with time capsule”
- “St. Edward Catholic School Novices Win Quiz Bowl Championship”
- Oktoberfest: “Celebrating German heritage”
- “St. Edward principal: Religion should never take a backseat”
- “Benton Gibbens doesn't let Down syndrome stop him”
- Principal Spends the Day on the Roof
- Government Shutdown Rallies Catholics to Aid Neighbors
- St. Edward's location in the heart of downtown Little Rock is a prime spot for quick access to many interesting sites and activities for students. Use the interactive map below to learn about several of these hotspots. (Click on each blue arrow to see its description.)
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