The mission of the MT. Vernon-Enola School District is to provide an environment for each student to develop intellectually, emotionally, socially, and physically through the combined efforts of our school and community.

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High School (501) 849-2221

Mt. Vernon-Enola School District

38 Garland Springs Road

Mt. Vernon, AR  72111


Elementary (501) 849-2211

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2012 College Readiness Award

MVE is recognized for outstanding utilization of the ACT, significantly increasing ACT Composite scores over the past five years, increasing or maintaining student participation in the ACT, and improving college readiness.

Mt. Vernon-Enola High School is 1 of only 20 schools in the state to receive this award.

Congrats MVE!!!!


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Due to the nine inclement weather days we have missed, our school calendar has been modified to include the make-up days as follows:  February 17 (President's Day), March 21 (day after Parent/Teacher Conferences), and April 18 (Good Friday). The remaining six days will be added to the end of the school calendar with the last day for students being June 5. We will not have school on Memorial Day (May 26).





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The Mt. Vernon-Enola School District is a great place for parents and students alike.  The "down-home" atmosphere is appealing to almost every age group.  This can be seen in the nostalgic building and facilities in which the school and community take pride.  The relaxed and family atmosphere belies the serious emphasis placed on student achievement and availability of resources.  Our students are exposed to the world of information and advanced technology within the classroom setting.  Internet capabilities are afforded in every classroom, where communication with state, local, and national information systems is at the fingertips of students.  Students are exposed to a wide variety of curriculum choices, ranging from horticulture to physics.  Serious emphasis is placed in the area of student achievement and students' abilities to academically succeed in society.  The Mt. Vernon-Enola School District also places emphasis on the attitudes and personal qualities of our students.  A comprehensive K-12 character education program models and teaches social skills to helping the development of a well-rounded individual.  Our State Report Card shows our school has an excellent rating on Stanford 10 test scores and in other areas of school performance.  Patrons are invited to become acquainted with staff members.  The employees are one of the greatest assets of the Mt. Vernon-Enola School District.  The cooperation of parents, students, and school personnel is a combination, which spells success for our students.