When Miller County Elementary, middle and high schools moved to one combined campus nine years ago, their properties became vacant.
Superintendent James Phillips said the surplus land is becoming difficult and costly to maintain.
The school system has a 12-acre baseball and football field combination lot available along with vacant grounds at an old school that is four acres.
School officials said if the properties are sold, the county's alternative school and Pre-k program will be housed on the main campus.
"The end goal of what we know is our facilities plan, our facilities plan goal is to have all of our people at this one location and to that end, that property will help springboard us into achieving that goal," said Phillips.
Phillips also said this buy will allow them to consolidate their resources and save the system in the cost of overhead.