Academics in Pine Bluff: K-12 and Higher Education

Open book in a library. Photo credit: Ken Shelton (accessed via Pixabay member page kshelton, located in Los Angeles)
Open book in a library. Photo credit: Ken Shelton

Pine Bluff is home to three public K-through-12 schools systems, one community college, and one four-year university.  Here is a summary of these schools and the contact information for their main administrative offices.

  • The K-through-12 Public School Districts
    • Dollarway School District
      • Three schools:  high school, middle school, and elementary schools
      • Street address:  4900 Dollarway Road, Pine Bluff, AR  71602
      • Web:
      • Phone:  (870) 534-7859
    • Pine Bluff School District
      • Seven schools:  one each for high school, junior high, and middle school; four elementary; and one pre-Kindergarten.
      • Street address:  512 South Pine Street, Pine Bluff, AR  71601
      • Web:
      • Phone:  (870) 543-4200
    • Watson Chapel School District
      • Five schools:  high school, junior high, intermediate, and two elementary schools
      • Street address:  4100 South Camden Road, Pine Bluff, AR  71603
      • Web:
      • Phone:  (870) 879-0220


  • Southeast Arkansas College
    • One community college campus offering two-year degrees
    • Street address:  1900 Hazel Street, Pine Bluff, AR  71603
    • Web:
    • Phone:  (870) 543-5900


  • University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff
    • One university campus offering four-year degrees
    • Street address:  1200 North University Drive, Pine Bluff, AR  71601
    • Web:
    • Phone:  (870) 575-8000



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    • Hello again, Mr. Walden. I corrected the academics page, and the Dollarway School District is now at the top of the list. Please let me know if you find another error or omission.

      Also, I would love to add a statement at the bottom of that webpage that credits you for correcting and thus improving it; I have done that before, on the Elected Officials page. I just want to make sure that is okay with you, though.

      Thank you!

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