Little Rock Central High School, Arkansas, is a widely public school recognized in the United States. US The Supreme Court ruled that the division of public schools was unconstitutional three years later, in 1957; the school was in place of compulsory disciplinary grounds. This was during the growing activism period in the Civil Rights Movement. Located on the intersection of Central Park Street and Daisy L. Gatson Bates Drive Drives were African American Journalist and State NAACP President, who played a major role in school integration through the 1957 crisis.
Central can invent its original invention in 1869, while Sherman School operates in the 8th and Sherman Street Wooden Structure; She graduated her first class on June 13, 1873. In 1885 Sherman School was moved to the 14th and Scott streets and was named Scott Street School, but it was commonly called the City High School. Five years later in 1890, Peabody School was built on the streets of West Capital and Gaines.
In 1905, the city established Little Rock High School at the intersection of 14th and Cumberland streets, and closed Peabody and Scott Street School to serve as the city's only public high school. At that time only white students were enrolled.
The city completed construction on the nation's largest and most expensive high school facility, which is in use today. With the construction of Hall high School in 1953, the school was renamed Little Rock Central High School. Since then, the US Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the US National Historic Landmark and National Historic Site.