Harrison is a wonderful community to raise a family, retire, and live. Our low crime rate, low cost of living, and natural beauty make Harrison one of Arkansas's top cities.
The Harrison Public School System is fully accredited with four elementary schools, a newly constructed middle school, a junior high, and a senior high. Our schools include a broad curriculum which also includes music and sports.
Harrison is also home to an institution of higher learning. North Arkansas College is a comprehensive community college serving 4000 students annually. Fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, Northark offers university transfer and technical associate degrees, one-year certificates, business and industry training, adult basic education/GED, and non-credit community education courses. Northark has earned a reputation for excellence, especially for its nursing and allied health and information technology programs. Students may receive certain bachelor's degrees without leaving Northark's service area through partnerships that Northark has developed with other colleges and universities.
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