Frequently Asked Questions
Question: When are games? How can I get a sports schedule?
Answer: Go to Athletics (under Staff) and click on the link for sports schedules to top of the page. Chose the sport by clicking on it. There will be schedules for Varsity, Junior Varsity and Freshmen teams. Or click this link: http://tinyurl.com/yc4p35bj
Question: Do I live in the Arlington High School attendance zone?
Answer: See AISD Attendance Zones:
Question: Do I have to wear an ID badge?
All high school and junior high school students shall wear their AISD-issued student identification badges at all times while on a school campus or attending a school-related extracurricular activity.
Badges must be visible to AISD employees at all times.
student’s pocket, backpack, bag, purse, etc. For more information, see Student Code of Conduct:
Question: What is the cell phone/ electronics policy?
Answer:The Arlington ISD plans to allow students to use personally-owned mobile devices such as laptops, netbooks, tablets, iPads, iPod Touches, smartphones and eReaders, during the school day for educational purposes. Implementation of the 2009 Bond program was a great help in preparing for BYOT. Because of the bond, students and teachers are much more aware of how mobile technology devices can improve teaching and learning, and a three-year project has improved wireless connectivity at each school.
Students may possess such devices; however, the use of these devices in the classroom is at the discretion of the individual teacher.
Technology use is a privilege, not a right.
Question: Am I allowed to leave the school campus at lunch?
Answer: Juniors and seniors may leave campus during lunch. Sophomores and freshmen must remain on campus. AHS has a beautiful, large cafeteria for your dining pleasure.
Question: How can I find out if I can ride the bus or where the bus stops are?
Answer:Find out which bus runs in your neighborhood using the AISD Web Query. Click this link for the Web Query
Question: Who is my Assistant Principal/Attendance Clerk?
Answer: Click this link for the answer: https://www.aisd.net/arlington-high-school/staff/
Click on the Assistant Principal's name for more information about responsibilities or contact information.
Question: How do I get a parking sticker?
Answer:Parking stickers are sold by Mrs. Zimmerman, the bookkeeper in the Main Office, second door on the left. You will need your car registration and proof of insurance.General parking stickers cost $45 for juniors and reserved parking stickers cost $60.
Parking Permits may be purchased at Registration. Permits for non-reserved parking spaces are $45. Reserved spaces will be $60. Students with a reserved permit may paint their parking spaces, but not until the space is paid for. Proceeds from reserved permits fund a senior scholarship.
In order to purchase a parking permit at Registration, students MUST have the following:
1) Student’s Drivers license
2) Proof of Insurance showing the car (make and model) the student will be driving
*** The insurance policy MUST have the student’s name and the car listed that the student will be driving!!!!!!!***
3) Vehicle license plate number
4) Payment (make checks payable to AISD) Reserved spaces = $60, Non-reserved spaces = $45
After Registration week permits may be purchased in the Main Office from Mrs. Berney. Be sure to bring the required information listed above.
Question: What's for lunch?
Answer:Clink this link for the answer: http://arlingtonisd.nutrislice.com/
Question: Where do I buy football tickets?
Answer: In order to purchase tickets online, you will need to go the Arlington ISD website at www.aisd.net and then select the tab for Families…then Athletic Ticket Sales…then Tickets…and it will take you to the link to purchase AHS tickets. Student tickets are $4. At the gate, Student tickets and general admission tickets are $7; reserved seating is $8.
Question: Who is my counselor?
Question: How many students are enrolled at Arlington High School?
Answer: Approximately 2,800 students are enrolled.
Question: What are the address and phone numbers for Arlington High School?
Answer:Arlington High School is located at 818 W. Park Row Drive, Arlington, Texas 76013.
The main phone number is 682-867-8100. FAX: 682-867-8119
Question: How can I contact a teacher?
Answer:Teachers' information can be located by clicking on Staff and then Department. Click on the teacher's picture for email address and more detailed information.
Question: What can I wear to school? What is the dress code?
A student’s conduct is related to their clothing. Therefore, the school is
directly concerned with students’ clothing. The appropriateness of a
student’s clothing for the school environment should dictate the choice of clothing and grooming practices on each given day.
Some campuses have implemented a uniform requirement pursuant to
AISD Board policy FNCA (Local). Parents and students should check with the campus to confirm whether uniforms are required. You may obtain a copy of AISD Board policy FNCA(Local) from a campus administrator or
review it on the internet at www.aisd.net/board and click on Board Policy.
cleanliness and neatness; to dress in a respectful manner within the
acceptable standards of the community and in such a manner as to
contribute to the academic atmosphere, not detract from it. Students who
fail to comply with this dress code may be sent home and may be subject
to corrective actions.
Any clothing, accessories, symbols, jewelry or other paraphernalia, which
depicts or suggests association with a gang, secret society or fraternity,
shall not be brought to school, worn at school or in any way be present at
any school-sponsored event.
Any other considerations will be determined by the individual school
administrators. The school administration shall have the right to
consider any current fashion to determine its acceptability for school
Clarification regarding apparel should be obtained prior to wearing it to
school; this can be obtained from the school administration. Students in
violation of this policy will be subject to corrective action as determined by
the school’s administration.
Teachers are charged with the responsibility of enforcing student dress
code in their classes as well as on campus. Administrators and other
school personnel share the same responsibility. Teachers shall follow
building procedure for discipline referral regarding dress code violations.
No attempt will be made to dictate fashion styles as long as they are in
keeping with district policies. It should be noted, however, that it is the
responsibility of the student and parent that the student adhere to the
dress code, as follows:1. General
A. Any clothing, jewelry or accessories with decorations, patches,
lettering advertisements, etc. that may be considered obscene
or offensive are not to be worn to school. This includes any
clothing, jewelry or accessories having criminal street gang
identifiers, accessories that may be used as weapons, and
accessories having drug, sex, tobacco, or alcoholic beverage
references or designs.
B. For junior high students, form fitting garments such as Spandex
or leggings may only be worn with another layer of clothing that
meets the dress code.
2. Shirts and Blouses
A. The display of cleavage is unacceptable. Low cut blouses, tops,
sweaters, etc. with plunging necklines are not allowed.
B. Transparent and/or see-through material is considered
unacceptable, unless worn over another article of clothing that
meets dress code.
C. Shirts/tops must touch the waist of pants/skirts at all times (i.e.,
when in movement, when arms are extended or raised, and
when in seated position, etc.)
D. All jerseys must be worn with an undergarment that covers the
torso and chest area.
3. Dresses, Skirts, Skorts
A. The length of a skirt/dress/skort must be a minimum of half the
distance between the fingertips and the top of the knee when the
student’s hand is fully extended down the side of the student’s
B. When measuring skirts, dresses or skorts that have slits, the
length will be determined by measuring from the top of the slit.
The minimum length of shorts must be no shorter than the tip of the
longest finger with student’s hand fully extended down the side of
the student’s leg.
A. Torn, cut/slashed or frayed material that reveals any area of
skin or undergarment above the knee is considered
B. No pajama bottoms, sleepwear or lounge wear.
6. Sagging Pants
Students shall wear their trousers or overalls properly at the waist.
A. All students must wear shoes at all times, house shoes and
slippers are prohibited. Students participating in physical
education class shall wear athletic footwear that is closed at the
toe and heel and must be laced and/or velcroed. to participate.
Sliders are prohibited.
B. Hair should be kept neat, clean and reasonably styled.
C. Any type of head covering is unacceptable.
D. Religious and medical exceptions must be cleared by the
E. Proper undergarments should be worn but not visible.
F. Chains or spiked jewelry are unacceptable.
G. Campus Administration will determine the appropriateness of
all piercings, gauging, and mouth “grillz” for school.
8. Identification Badges
All high school and junior high school students shall wear their
AISD-issued student identification badges or temporary badges at
all times while on a school campus or attending a school-related
extracurricular activity. Badges must be visible to AISD
employees at all times. Badges cannot be worn underneath
clothing and cannot be carried in a student’s pocket, backpack,
bag, purse, etc.
Any AISD campus that desires to implement a variance from
the above listed ID policy must seek written approval by
submitting a written request to the Office of Student
Behavioral Support System
Question: Where can I a get a Verification of Education (VOE) form? I need it to get my Texas D
7:15-7:30, at lunch and 2:25 - 3:45 (M-Th)
7:00-7:30, at lunch and 2:45 - 3:00 (F).
Approved forms will be ready after school the day after the request is turned in and may be picked up at the times above.
- Go Center
- Organizations and Clubs
- Academic Decathlon*
- Art Club
- Chess Club
- Debate and Oral Interpretation Team
- French Club
- German Club
- Health Occupation Students of American
- Key Club
- League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)
- Math Club/ Mu Alpha Theta
- National Honor Society*
- PALS- Peer, Assistant and Leadership*
- Photography Club
- Quiz League
- Sign Club
- Spanish Club
- Student Council*
- TAFE Texas Association of Future Educators
- Thespian Society*
- Student Publications