Cabot High School

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Cabot High School
Cabot High School.jpg
Front entrance to CHS main building
401 N. Lincoln St.
Cabot, Arkansas, USA
Coordinates 34°58′24″N 92°0′31″W / 34.97333°N 92.00861°W / 34.97333; -92.00861Coordinates: 34°58′24″N 92°0′31″W / 34.97333°N 92.00861°W / 34.97333; -92.00861
Type Public secondary
Established 1912 (1912)
CEEB code 040320
NCES School ID 050375000123[1]
Principal Henry Hawkins
Faculty 124.61[1] (on FTE basis)
Grades 10–12
Enrollment 1,983[1] (2010–11)
Student to teacher ratio 15.91[1]
Color(s)      Red
Fight song On, Wisconsin!
Mascot Panthers
Average ACT scores 21.7 math, 23.6 english (2006)
Newspaper The Panther Tale
Yearbook The Panther

Cabot High School (CHS) is a public high school serving students in grades ten through twelve in Cabot, Arkansas. CHS is administered by Cabot Public Schools, which serves the city and most of northern Lonoke County.


The assumed course of study for students follows the Smart Core curriculum developed by the Arkansas Department of Education. Students complete regular (core and career focus) courses and exams and may select Advanced Placement (AP) coursework and exams that provide an opportunity for college credit. As of 2010, the school provides Advanced Placement Program (AP) exams in the following areas:

According to the 2005–06 annual school performance report,[2] 98 percent of the district’s teachers were completely certified and 38 percent had master's degrees. The graduation rate was 80.5 percent, while the dropout rate was 4.2 percent.

Students taking the ACT had an average math score of 21.7, a 23.6 in English and a composite of 22.4. The district had a grade inflation rate of 1.2 percent and a college remediation rate of 35 percent.

Extracurricular activities[edit]

The Cabot High School mascot and athletic emblem is the panther with red, white and black serving as the school colors. The school's fight song, "On, Panthers!" is based on "On, Wisconsin!."[3]


For 2012–14, the Cabot Panthers compete in the state's largest classification—7A Classification—from the 7A/6A East Conference, as administered by the Arkansas Activities Association. The Panthers participate in football, volleyball, golf (boys/girls), bowling (boys/girls), cross country (boys/girls), basketball (boys/girls), competitive cheer, competitive dance, soccer (boys/girls), baseball, softball, wrestling, swimming & diving (boys/girls), tennis (boys/girls), track & field (boys/girls).[4]

  • Football: The Panthers won the state football championship in 1983 and 2000.C
  • Volleyball: The Lady Panthers volleyball teams won consecutive state volleyball championships in 1989 and 1990.
  • Golf: The boys golf team are 8-time state golf champions (1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2009, 2010). The girls golf team are 9-time state golf champions including winning its first title in 1976 before piling up 8 consecutive state golf titles between 1986 and 1993.
  • Bowling: The girls bowling team are 4-time state bowling champions (2009, 2011, 2013, 2015).The boys bowling team are 4-time state bowling champions (2012, 2013, 2014, 2015). Both have 8 state championships and 11 conference titles
  • Basketball: The Lady Panthers won their first state basketball championship in 2012. The Panthers won their first title in 2016, defeating Bentonville and Malik Monk, 59-49.

Clubs and traditions[edit]

Cabot students are provided the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of clubs and organizations that offer activities, events, networking, and competitions including:

Note: This is not a complete list of all the clubs/organizations at CHS.

Notable people[edit]

The following are notable people associated with Cabot High School. If the person was a Cabot High School student, the number in parentheses indicates the year of graduation; if the person was a faculty or staff member, that person's title and years of association are included:

Educational TV access[edit]

Cabot High School's broadcasting department, in cooperation with Suddenlink Communications cable television, broadcasts Cabot High Television (CHTV) and the Cabot Schools Network (CSN) locally on channel 3 in the area.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d "Search for Public Schools - School Detail for Cabot High School". National Center for Education Statistics. Institute of Education Sciences. Retrieved February 16, 2013. 
  2. ^ The Leader: Stage grades performance, dated April 2, 2007
  3. ^ Arkansas Times Staff; Brantley, Max (October 19, 2006). "The Observer". Arkansas Times. Retrieved February 17, 2013. 
  4. ^ "School Profile, Cabot High School - LR". Arkansas Activities Association. Retrieved February 16, 2013. 

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