Ottoson Middle School 63 Acton St, Arlington, MA02476 Ottoson Middle School is in the middle of a residential neighborhood in Arlington Heights, set into the hills of…More Arlington. The principal of the school is Tim Ruggere and the assistant principals are Jack Flood and John J. Gonsalves. Ottoson used to be one of two middle schools in the city.
Peirce Elementary School 85 Park Avenue Ext, Arlington, MA02474 Peirce Elementary School is a school for students in kindergarten through fifth grade. The interim principal is Karen…More Hartley.
Hardy Elementary School 52 Lake St, Arlington, MA02474 Serving students in grades K-5, Hardy Elementary sits on a busy corner in East Arlington. The original building was…More erected in 1925 and, though it has undergone renovations on the inside, the facade is still intact. Deborah D'Amico is the current principal.
John A. Bishop Elementary School 25 Columbia Rd, Arlington, MA02474 The John A. Bishop Elementary School houses 19 classrooms for students in kindergarten through the fifth grade. The…More Bishop School opened in 1949, an addition consisting of six classrooms was completed in 1956 and a new addition and total renovation of the existing school was completed in 2000. The principal is Stephen P. Carme.
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.
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: