No one’s too cool for this school. Bryant High School’s amenities and opportunities are gaining national attention.

Bryant lures Arkansas newcomers and natives alike to a city that has grown 25% since 2010, according to the 2020 U.S. Census. This growth was fueled by a renowned school district, small-town charm, big-city conveniences and economic progress.

Proximity to Little Rock makes commuting painless, but Bryant boasts plenty of education, retail and health care industry jobs of its own.

In Bryant, families enjoy more than 250 acres of recreational space. A favorite is Bishop Park, which is home to nine baseball, six softball and two soccer/football fields, a community garden, nature trails, two fishing ponds, a golf course, an aquatic center and a community center.

Bryant was recently rated as one of the most affordable suburbs in America by BusinessWeek and among the top 100 places to live in America by

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