Arlington Children's Center 17 Irving St, Arlington, MA02476 Arlington Children's Center, in the same building as the International School, is a preschool, kindergarten and…More after-school program. It has a toddler class, a morning pre-school class, two full-day pre-school classes and one kindergarten. It offers after-school care for elementary school children and also has vacation and summer programs. Detailed information can be found on the website.
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.
Japanese Language School 361 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA02474 The Japanese Language School office is conveniently located on Massachusetts Avenue, and the school is in the larger…More space of the Medford High School. The Language School was started 35 years ago with only 25 students and continues to grow with now more than 700 students.
Covenant School is an independent, private, coeducational Christian school for students in kindergarten (starting at…More age 4) through grade six. The school is based at Covenant Church, an evangelical Christian church. Covenant School started in 1985.
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.
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.
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.
Sarah's School of Martial Arts 1100 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA02476 Sarah's School of Martial Arts is an Arlington-based school located on Massachusetts Avenue. Founded by Tom Donahue, it…More offers classes for students of all ages, teaching Shotokan Karate, kickboxing, ground fighting and self-defense in a large, well-equipped space. Call during regular business hours to learn about the school's rates and class schedule.
Lesley Ellis School 41 Foster St, Arlington, MA02474 Lesley Ellis School is an independent school based on Foster Street in Arlington. The facility provides a safe and…More welcoming environment for students and offers programs for children in grades Preschool to 6th, including elementary programs, early childhood and transitional Kindergarten. The challenging curriculum includes work in math, science, social studies, writing, reading as well as lessons in art, Spanish, technology and music. Additional programs include after school programs, as well as summer and vacation programs. The school also plans to have a new 7th grade beginning in 2014, and 8th grade in 2015. Check the main website for details on a school tour or for a schedule of upcoming events or important dates.
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.
Sunshine Nursery School 630 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA02476 Sunshine Nursery School is located in the Lutheran Universalist Church and has been licensed by the state of…More Massachusetts since it was established in 1957. The nursery school is dedicated to promoting children's self-esteem and social development. Sunshine is a cooperative school that encourages parents to take an active role in their children's education. Scholarships are available for families who qualify. It also has a small parking lot removed from the street to drop off or pick up your child safely.
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.
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.