A school district is a form of special-purpose district which serves to operate local public primary and secondary schools.
The Cabot family was part of the Boston Brahmin, also known as the "first families of Boston."
The Cabot Public School District or Cabot Public Schools for short, is a public school district system in Lonoke County, Arkansas. The central administrative offices of its schools are located in Cabot. The district serves students in grades PreK-12 in the communities of Cabot, Austin, and Ward, as well as the rest of Northern Lonoke County. There are 15 campuses spread out across the northwestern part of the county. 14 of 15 of them are located in Cabot while the other one is located in Ward. The district is divided up into elementary, middle school, junior high, and high school. Over 10,000 students are enrolled in its schools, making it the largest of the four school districts in its county and the seventh largest school district in the state of Arkansas. Dr. Tony Thurman is the superintendent, Dr. Harold Jeffcoat is the deputy superintendent, and Corey Williams is the school board president.
Cabot High School (CHS) is a public high school serving students in grades ten through twelve in Cabot, Arkansas, United States. Cabot High School is administered by the Cabot Public Schools, which covers the communities of Cabot, Austin, and Ward, as well as the rest of Northern Lonoke County.