Little Rock West High School of Innovation
**Additional grades added each year until we reach full implementation of grades 9-12
Welcome to Little Rock West High School of Innovation
Whether you choose Traditional, Blended, or Virtual Learning, at LRWHSOI your student will receive a personalized learning experience and the benefits of a traditional public school!
Little Rock West currently serves students in grades 9-10 in the Little Rock area and offers students a choice of either a traditional, blended or virtual learning model for instruction. We will continue adding grades each year until we serve grades 9-12.
The Blended Learning plan looks much like traditional school in that students report to school for a full day of instruction each school day. Students have a blend of on-site classes taught by our certified teachers and online instruction, all taking place on-site within the school day.
Fully online instruction, or Virtual Learning, is provided through Virtual Arkansas and is closely monitored by our certified teachers on-staff. This allows for students to get direct support from our own LRW teachers as well as their Virtual Arkansas teachers. Interaction between teacher, student, and parent may occur through several avenues, including video conferencing, email, online communicating during class time, phone, and face-to-face.
Students choosing Blended or Virtual Learning still have the benefit of participating in school-sponsored events and functions, just as our fully on-site students.
Come join the Dragon Nation and become your best at Little Rock West! Enroll below!
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LRWHSOI Students Give Back to Their Community
One of the focus areas for our Advisory Program is Service Learning, our young adults are learning to build a better society through volunteering their time and energy. Before Winter Break, Little Rock West High School of Innovation donated 160 pounds of food to the Arkansas Food Bank in order to help feed hungry families during the holidays. We are so proud of our kids and their generous spirit. LRWHSOI continued with our spirit of giving by volunteering at the Arkansas Food Bank during the month of March. The students worked hard sorting several thousand pounds of food into large bins that could then be and pack into smaller individual boxes for distribution. They learned about all the ways the Arkansas Food Bank serves our local community and were able to see how the food they raised could help a needy family. We are proud of our students and look forward to more opportunities to grow a school of givers.