Arlington High School 869 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA02476 Arlington High School is a sprawling building located directly on busy Massachusetts Avenue. The high school is home to…More 1,300 students. The school has a variety of notable alumni and sits adjacent to Pierce Field and just in front of the Minuteman bike path.
Arlington Senior Center 27 Maple St, Arlington, MA02476 The Arlington Senior Center is home to organizations such as Arlington's Council on Aging and shares its building with…More the Minuteman Senior Services and the Arlington Seniors Association. Each organization is responsible for its own services. The COA covers health, wellness, transportation and social services while the Arlington Seniors Association covers social, recreational and enrichment programs. Minuteman Senior Services is in charge of Meals on Wheels. The building itself is the old high school and sits behind Town Hall on Maple street.
Menotomy Preschool 869 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA02476 Menotomy Preschool is located in the rear of Arlington High School just in front of the sports fields. A small,…More fenced-in play space is directly in front of the school.
Arlington Public School Administration 869 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA02476 The Arlington Public School Administration building is in the same building as the high school. Set back from busy…More Massachusetts Avenue, the large brick building is lined with trees in the front and flanked by the sports fields in the back.
Arlington Catholic High School is a regional college preparatory Catholic school with students from 42 cities and…More towns. The principal is Stephen Biagioni. The school was established in 1960, built by the parishioners of St. Agnes Parish in Arlington and opened as a regional high school staffed by the congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph.
The tuition for the 2009-10 academic year is as follows for each class, plus a $200 registration fee:
Class of 2010: $7700
Class of 2011: $7800
Class of 2012: $7800
Class of 2013: $8000
Arlington Department of Health 27 Maple St, Arlington, MA02476 The Arlington Department of Health shares the old high school building behind Town Hall with the Council on Aging. The…More space has a large round driveway allowing for van access and ample handicap accessibility.
Though currently closed while undergoing renovations, the Arlington Veterans Memorial Ice Rink is due to re-open by…More September 2010 and will be available for public skates and party rentals through March. The regulation-size rink is also home to Arlington Hockey and Figure Skating Association, Arlington High School, Arlington Catholic High School and a variety of other groups
For skate rental rates and hours, go to the rink's website or call 781-316-3887 (evenings and weekends only). For information on party and event rentals, call the facility manager at 781-316-3882 (Mon - Fri, 9am - 5pm).
Dearborn Academy is a day school serving children in elementary, middle and high school with emotional, behavioral…More and learning difficulties. Dearborn Academy is a program of Schools for Children, a non-profit organization committed to creating and sustaining high quality schools, curricula and other education programs and services. Howard Rossman is the school's director.
Dearborn Academy began in the 1940's as the first of Lesley "home-grown" lab schools. Known as the Cambridge Town School, it provided remedial education to students who were failing in their public schools. Over the next three decades, additional lab schools were developed, and in 1982, following a move to Arlington, the schools were consolidated into a single entity: Dearborn Academy.
St. Agnes School is a K-8 school established in 1888 and part of the St. Agnes Parish community, which includes St.…More Agnes Church, Fidelity House and Arlington Catholic High School. Students come from 22 cities and towns. The principal is Helen Blinstrub.
In-parish tuition is $4,200 for one child and decreasing amounts for additional children. Out-of-parish tuition is $4,575 and, again, decreasing amounts for additional children.
Drumming Preparatory School is a general practice drum instruction service based in Arlington. Led by musician Gil…More Graham, the school provides lessons for beginners, high school students and college drum students.
Graham has 40 years of experience and offers a wide range of instruction services for orchestra or jazz band students. Some lessons and services include: drum stick control, hand development work, music reading work, genre study and timing instruction, among others.