Mount Holly, Arkansas

Mount Holly, Arkansas
Mount Holly, Arkansas is located in Arkansas
Mount Holly, Arkansas
Mount Holly, Arkansas
Mount Holly, Arkansas is located in the United States
Mount Holly, Arkansas
Mount Holly, Arkansas
Coordinates: 33°18′09″N 92°57′18″W / 33.30250°N 92.95500°W / 33.30250; -92.95500Coordinates: 33°18′09″N 92°57′18″W / 33.30250°N 92.95500°W / 33.30250; -92.95500
CountryUnited States
StateArkansas
CountyUnion
Elevation
262 ft (80 m)
Time zoneUTC-6 (Central (CST))
 • Summer (DST)UTC-5 (CDT)
ZIP code
71758
Area code(s)870
GNIS feature ID77717[1]

Mount Holly is an unincorporated community in Union County, Arkansas, United States. Mount Holly is located at the junction of Arkansas highways 57 and 160, 18 miles (29 km) west-northwest of El Dorado. Mount Holly has a post office with ZIP code 71758.[2]

Education[edit]

The Smackover-Norphlet School District (formerly the Smackover School District) operates public schools serving the community, including Smackover High School.

It was previously served by the Mount Holly School District, which operated Mt. Holly Elementary School and Mount Holly High School. On July 1, 2004 the former Mt. Holly district was consolidated into the Smackover district.[3] For a period the district continued operating Mt. Holly Elementary. The Smackover district asked for permission from the Arkansas Board of Education and received the permission in 2006.[4]

Notable people[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Holly, Arkansas
  2. ^ ZIP Code Lookup
  3. ^ "ConsolidationAnnex_from_1983.xls." Arkansas Department of Education. Retrieved on May 23, 2018.
  4. ^ "[http://www.arkansased.gov/public/userfiles/SBE_2012_to_1995/SBE_2006/SBE_May_8_2006.pdf Page 1 Minutes State Board of Education Monday, May 8, 2006]." Arkansas Department of Education. Retrieved on June 17, 2018. p. 2. "Request from Smackover School District for Approval to Close an Isolated School: Mount Holly Elementary School [...] The motion was adopted unanimously."
  5. ^ "Thomas Chipman McRae (1851–1929)". Derek Allen Clements, The Central Arkansas Library System - EncyclopediaOfArkansas.net. February 5, 2016. Retrieved April 10, 2016.