Arlington High School

Arlington High School, 869 Massachusetts Avenue, Arlington, MA 02476

Main Office 781.316.3594 / Fax 781.316.3504

Principal Dr. Matthew Janger 781.316.3658

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before 11:00 am

Coming Up - Dates & Events

Parent Open House Meetings 9/19/2019

6:30 -8:30 - Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and PowerSchool account support (lab 321 @ the main lobby)

6:00-7:00 Freshman Only Parent/Guardian Meeting is an informal meeting in the Auditorium exclusively for Freshman Parent /Guardians

7:00-9:00 Parent Open House An opportunity for all parents to meet teachers and receive important class information

Photo Day 9/20/2019

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Arlington High School

869 Massachusetts Avenue

Arlington, MA 02476

PH: 781-316-3000

FAX: 781-316-3504

School Hours

8:00 am - 2:26 pm, Monday - Friday

Mission Statement

In an effort to foster academic excellence and personal achievement at the highest levels, Arlington High School focuses on learning, connecting, and caring as a community. AHS provides a safe, supporting, nurturing environment in which students can acquire knowledge, values, and intellectual curiosity that will lead to life-long learning. As a community we have agreed upon the following values and habits of mind as foundational principles and social and behavioral expectations that will guide all teaching and learning and policy decisions at Arlington High School.

They are:



Accountability and responsibility,

Respect, and

Effective teamwork and cooperation.

We believe that living these values and habits of mind on a daily basis will ensure all students a rigorous high school education that will prepare them for their future roles as learners, leaders, and citizens in a 21st century democracy.

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CEEB: #220033

Test Center: #22-128

Main Office: 781-316-3594

Fax: 781-316-3504

Collomb Absences: 781-316-3389

Downs Absences: 781-316-3610

Fusco Absences: 781-316-3565

Guidance Office: 781-316-3607

Nurse: 781-316-3563

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The Arlington Public Schools does not discriminate in accordance to federal law on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in admission to, access to, treatment in, or employment in its services, programs and activities. The district also does not discriminate in accordance to state law on the basis of race, color, sex, gender identity, religion, national origin, or sexual orientation. (link to full statement)