Category: Transfers News
The Arlington ISD transfer window for the 2022-2023 school year opens at 9 a.m. Tuesday. During this special window, students are considered on a first-come, first-served basis where space is available. Applications will be accepted until 11:59 p.m. Thursday, April 14. Students can transfer from outside the district for the 2022-2023 school year or apply for…Read More about Arlington ISD Transfer Window Opens March 29 for 2022-2023.
It’s time to circle your calendars for Tuesday, March 29, at 9 a.m. That’s the day that students can transfer in Arlington ISD for the 2022-23 school year and set themselves up for a future of success. This special transfer window is when students are considered on a first-come, first-served basis where space is available.…Read More about Five Reasons to Transfer to Arlington ISD.
Wednesday is a big day in the Arlington ISD. It’s the day that students can transfer into the Arlington ISD and set themselves up for a future of success. If you need reasons why the Arlington ISD is right for you, we’ve got you covered with opportunities for every student. Go ahead and start the…Read More about FIVE REASONS TO TRANSFER TO THE ARLINGTON ISD.
Lots of Arlington ISD elementary students will have new playgrounds waiting for them when they return to school in August! New playgrounds at the 17 schools in phase one are either complete or will wrap up soon. Thanks to the support of the Arlington community, the 2019 Bond is funding two new playgrounds for all…Read More about New playgrounds nearly ready at 17 elementary schools.
All summer School may be out for the summer, but students who attend Arlington ISD’s Agriculture Science Center have their hands full year-round. And even without classes, every day is still busy. That’s because they have steers, lambs, goats, chickens, heifers, rabbits and more to take care of. Dedicated to the health and cleanliness of all the animals housed at the Ag Center, some students start their day at 6:30…Read More about Ag students busy all summer caring for animals.
If you’re looking to try something new this summer, your plans just got a little more interesting with the Jacob Lawrence art exhibit opening up at the Arlington ISD Center for Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA). The exhibit will have a soft opening to the public on Thursday, July 1 and will remain open until…Read More about Jacob Lawrence art exhibit opens this week.
Summer camp looks a bit different for students at the Arlington ISD Dan Dipert Career and Technical Center this year. Instead of board games and enrichment, phlebotomy students are getting a crash course instructed by health science teachers Mark Ingram and Jacqulyn Robinius. Phlebotomy, also called venipuncture, is the process of using a needle to…Read More about Students learn phlebotomy in special summer course.
STEM Student off to Stanford in the fall STEM Academy student Chijioke Mgbahurike applied for the Amazon Future Engineer scholarship on a whim after realizing he met eligibility requirements. The results helped turn an ordinary day at Martin High School into an extraordinary one when he opened an Amazon package April 28 and discovered he’d…Read More about Arlington ISD Senior Receives $40,000 Scholarship from Amazon.
Third graders rush playground after ribbon cutting The third-grader practically flew up the stairs toward the twisting slide. “Oh my goodness!” she said, streaming her thoughts aloud. “This is awesome! Awesome. So many choices!” Moments earlier, Pearcy STEM Academy Principal Codi Van Duzee, flanked by Arlington ISD Superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos, snipped the caution tape…Read More about New playgrounds open at Pearcy STEM Academy.
World-class instruments and amazing technology The Arlington ISD’s new Center for Visual and Performing Arts was filled with the sounds of two professional Steinway pianists today as they played a rousing duet, four hands masterfully flying across the keyboard. But the pianists weren’t at the CVPA. They were in New York, and a screen showed…Read More about New Steinway Spirio pianos introduced at Center for Visual and Performing Arts.