The Fall Transfer Window is open November 17 - December 1, 2020!
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TRANSFER NEWS & INFORMATION
Arlington ISD Board approves schematic design for future Michael Glaspie Field Athletic Complex Bond 2019 project will give district third varsity competition field
Martin and Seguin high schools will play home games at Glaspie Field The Arlington ISD Board of Trustees approved the schematic design for the future Michael Glaspie Field Athletic Complex at last week’s board meeting.…Read More
Arlington ISD’s new arena opens with a Win Arena will host basketball, volleyball, wrestling and gymnastics
Arena part of Arlington ISD’s new Athletics Complex Arlington ISD’s competition arena in the new Athletics Complex got the opening it deserved Tuesday evening as Arlington High School’s girls’ basketball team christened the court with…Read More
Arlington ISD Recognized National School Psychology Week Licensed specialists in school psychology have gone above and beyond
School psychologists support each other, too This is National School Psychology Week, and we want to highlight a group of employees who have gone above and beyond to serve students during COVID-19. They are selfless…Read More
If you’ve noticed some interesting fashion choices throughout the Arlington ISD this week, it’s okay. That’s because the district, like many across the United States, is celebrating Red Ribbon Week. The week is designed to…Read More
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Yes, there are two types of transfer windows:
- The annual Regular Transfer Window generally happens in the fall semester of each year and students are considered based on a Board-approved priority order where there is space available.
- The Special Transfer Window can open at any time after the annual Regular Transfer Window. During this Special Transfer Window, students are considered on a “first come-first served” basis where space is available. An exception to this is a sibling transfer to a specialized program.