Texarkana enjoys a mix of historical and architectural treasures, natural beauty, and metropolitan conveniences. Residents benefit from quality educational institutions and medical facilities, a variety of arts, cultural events, festivals, an assortment of restaurants, affordable real estate, and a low cost of living. Texarkana is an ideal place for people to live, work, raise a family, retire, or relocate.
Quality of Life
Whether you desire a night out at the symphony or some good, old-fashioned entertainment at the Main Street Blues and Barbeque Festival, Texarkana has opportunities for you. Texarkana boasts a thriving museum, library system and the city’s historic preservation program offers various programs to learn about the Texarkana’s rich history. Recently, the Partnership for the Pathway organization completed another project with the addition of Jones Creek Bridge to beautify the bike and walking trail that runs beside the Nix Creek.
With a mission to be the best school district for America, Texarkana School District is one of only ten school districts in the nation offering a K-12 Magnet Program. The Magnet school concept was founded on the belief that all children can learn, but they do so in different ways. By unifying the district with themes, they provide a higher quality of learning across the entire curriculum.
Texarkana Arkansas School District
- College Hill Elementary
- Fairview Elementary
- Kilpatrick Elementary
- Trice Elementary
- Union Elementary
- College Hill Middle School
- North heights Jr. High School
- Arkansas High School
- Career & Technological Center
- dult Education
- Washington Academy Charter School
Texarkana Community College is a two year college offering a wide array of associate programs, as well as, vocational training programs at an affordable cost.
Texas A & M University offers a combination of upper level classes to complete a bachelor’s degree and a variety of master level programs. They are in the process of building a new campus near Bringle Lake which is approximately five miles from the existing Texarkana campus.