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Addition at Arlington High School

See inside the Arlington High School addition Renovations in existing building near completion

Photos give glimpse of huge addition The addition at Arlington High School looks big when you drive by. But wait until you see the inside. It’s huge. You can’t walk in yet – there are several more months of construction left – but you can see some photos taken earlier this week. Check them out…

Swim team tryouts are June 15

Join the Arlington ISD’s new swim club Tryouts are June 15 at the district’s new natatorium

Dive into Arlington ISD’s brand new pool with the district’s brand new swim club! Tryouts are Tuesday, June 15, for ...
Alternate curriculum friends graduate

Longtime alternate curriculum classmates part ways for junior high Students’ inseparable relationship dates back to kindergarten

Inside Ellis Elementary School’s rear hallway, the setup for the first-ever commencement ceremony held by its special education alternate curriculum ...
Arlington High School graduate named National Merit Scholar

Arlington High School graduate named National Merit Scholar Matthew Lewis wins scholarship, will attend the University of North Texas

Matthew Lewis has joined an exclusive club. The Arlington High School graduate is one of a select group nationwide named ...
Berry Elementary celebrates legacy as it prepares to be torn down and rebuilt

Berry Elementary celebrates its legacy before closing Berry will be replaced with a new building

Berry Elementary is about to be torn down. But one thing all of Berry’s staff agrees on is that Berry’s ...
Dyenosaur Apparel

Student entrepreneur partners with Boys and Girls Club Designs shirt to support community efforts

Arlington ISD is known for having outstanding students whose bright minds will help change the future. We pride ourselves on ...
Summer reading 2021

Join Arlington ISD’s summer reading program Students in grades 4-12 can win a Sonic gift card for reading

Students win big with summer reading!  Arlington ISD students going into 4th grade and up can read to win a ...