AHS Orchestra Receives the Highest Ratings


Our orchestras have been participating in their annual UIL contest for the past week. During the contest, the ensembles play rehearsed pieces and have to sight-read in front of judges. I am happy to share that our full orchestra has received all Division I ratings, which are the highest ratings to be earned! #Congrats #firsthere #besthere

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Camp Innovation


Camp Innovation 2024 Camp Innovation is a week-long camp that allows students to be creative using technology in a variety of ways. Each camp will include robotics, programming and many other fun activities. Registration Registration will open March 3rd at 5 00 pm : Spaces will fill quickly so apply ASAP! www.aisd.net campinnovation / DATES…

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Visual Arts Students Victorious At VASE! Six Advance to State

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On Saturday, February 17, AHS kids brought 100 artworks to Timberview High School in Mansfield to compete at VASE (think UIL for Visual Art where students present their piece to a juror, participate in a short interview regarding their work, and then are given a score).  95 pieces earned a 4, the highest rating possible…

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FFA and AG Are Doing Great Things!

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Brooklyn S., a 12th-grade student from AHS, sold her steer Kerosene at the Fort Worth Stock Show for $39 per pound, totaling $47,502. Fort Worth is one of the few shows that gives all the money to the student. This is the first time that we can recall that we have had a student make…

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Baseball Signing Day College-Bound Colts!

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Celebrating National Signing Day 2024 for AHS baseball! Congrats to Dylan B., Jackson I., Ryan O., Kaden W., Ryan L., Eli T., and Barrett H.. @thearlingtonhigh @thsbca #carrythetorch #NationalSigningDay2024

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Owen N. Scores 100th Win in Wrestling!

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AHS Senior, Owen Nelson scored his 100th Varsity win on Wednesday, January 31 at the UIL District tournament.From his coach, Troy Collins:  “It’s been years and years since AHS added a member to the 100-Win club and the first since I’ve taken over the program. He joins an elite club nationwide, few wrestlers achieve this…

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A message about Parking Expectations from Mrs. Humbles

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Dear Arlington High School Parents and Guardians, I trust this message finds you well. We are reaching out to remind all student drivers of our parking expectations at Arlington High School. We expect all student drivers to have a registered driver’s license as well as a registered and insured vehicle. We want to clarify the…

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Mrs. Humbles’ Principal’s Message January 9, 2024

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Hi Colts, Happy New Year! I hope you are all enjoying these last few moments of winter break. The staff reported back today and we spent some time together reflecting on 2023 while looking ahead to 2024. As we discussed our progress toward the goals we set last year, I talked about 2 types of…

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Be Aware of New Drug Dangers


The District Intervention Team recently presented on Xylazine, an emerging drug that has been linked to an increasing number of overdose deaths nationwide .

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Student Leader of the Month

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Congratulations are in order for Isabella Valderrma for being selected as the Student Leader of the Month! Her leadership in the AHS community is invaluable, and we love her!

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AISD Student-Athlete of the Month


From Head Lady Colts Basketball coach, Will Floyd: I am so proud to announce our point guard KJ Kemp was selected as the City of Arlington Student-Athlete for the month of December. If you have her in class, then you know what a fantastic young lady she is. If you see her around school show…

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Big Future Scholarships: Earn by Planning for College and Career AHS Scholarship Winners

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Please congratulate seniors Jasmine R. and Lily E. for winning $500 scholarships through College Board’s Big Future program! 10th , 11th , and 12th graders create a profile today for a chance to win $500-$40,000 scholarships too.  The more steps you complete toward preparing for college (building college and career lists and completing FAFSA), the more chances they have to win…

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November Teacher’s of the Month

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Each month, 5 fantastic teachers are chosen for our COLTS Teachers of the Month. Please congratulate these recipients from November! 🎉 We appreciate all you do to make AHS a better place!

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Lady Colt Basketball Hoop Scoop Student Scholars in Action

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Lady Colt Basketball stopped by Hill Elementary to read to the second grade. So proud to watch the joy that they brought to those kids! Some of our girls read to groups and others listened as their partners read to them. We’ve got some good readers coming up in about 7 years. You can tell…

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Caught Being Awesome

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Let’s congratulate our Caught Being Awesome Student of the Week, Shaugna D.! She’s fantastic and very deserving of the title! #Congrats #CarryTheTorch

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PTA Reflections Contest Deadline Extended until December 1

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ENTER PTA RELFECTIONS! “I Am Hopeful Because…..” PTA Reflections is the annual arts competition held by PTAs across the nation. Entries are judged at the school level, and winners advance to state and national levels. Reflections is an opportunity for students to share their talents in any of the following categories: Visual Arts, Photography, Dance…

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Colts Attend Character Playbook and Medal of Honor Museum

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Students from band, soccer, and cheer had the opportunity to attend the Character Playbook / National Medal of Honor Museum launch event at AT&T Stadium yesterday. We got to hear from a Medal of Honor recipient and several current and former NFL players, including Dak Prescott.

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Mrs. Humbles Principal’s Message November 8, 2023

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Hi Colts, What an eventful start to the month we are having! I hope you all enjoyed celebrating the Rangers win in whatever fashion you chose. I chose the adventure of going to the parade on Friday. I’d sum it up as traffic, people, no bathrooms, and more traffic. The highlight of the parade for…

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