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.
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.
Brackett School Playground 66 Eastern Ave, Arlington, MA02476 The Brackett School, located across Eastern Avenue from Robbins Farm, has a woodchip playground, small grassy field and…More basketball court that are open to the public outside school hours. Limited parking is available on adjacent streets.
Located behind Arlington High School on Massachusetts Avenue, the Peirce athletic fields are open to the public from…More sunrise to sundown, except when in use by the schools or by users with field permits. The facilities include an Astroturf field, six lane track, a baseball diamond and smaller softball diamond, a multi-purpose practice field and two basketball courts. Tennis courts are available across Grove Street at Wellington Park.
The high school athletic facilities have a long list of prohibitions, including: colored beverages, sunflower seeds, tobacco, gum, pets, golf, bicycles, roller skates, skate boards, noisemakers and confetti.
Parking is available in a lot off Mill Brook Drive.