Arlington High School offers a comprehensive program that emphasizes academic excellence while preparing each student to become a productive citizen. The diverse academic curriculum includes Honors, Advanced Placement, and Dual Enrollment courses. The curriculum also features opportunities in the areas of Fine Arts and Career & Technology.
The Arlington Scholars Program offers opportunities for students to excel in a rigorous academic program culminating in a minimum of eighteen hours of Honors/AP/Dual Enrollment courses. Leadership skills and personal growth are also cultivated through community, school, and elective service projects.
Students may enroll in Advanced Placement courses, including Biology, Calculus AB and BC, Chemistry, English Language, English Literature, European History, Human Geography, Macroeconomics, Music Theory, Physics, Pre-calculus, Spanish Language, Statistics, Studio Art, Psychology, US Government & Politics, US History, and World History.
Students may enroll in Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit courses, including College Algebra, Criminal Justice, Business and English.
Many students who meet the criteria participate in business partnerships during the school day. Work-based learning opportunities are provided for students who are going into particular fields of study.
Extracurriculars: Beta Club, International Thespian Society, Mu Alpha Theta, National Art Honor Society, National English Honor Society, National Honor Society, National Technical Honor Society, Science Honor Society, Science Olympiad, Spanish Honor Society, Tri-M Music Honor Society, AHS Ambassadors, AHS Young Republicans, Best Buddies, Student Government Association, Key Club, Leo Club, AHS Speech and Drama, Art Club, Band, Camera Club, Chorale, FILM, Graphic Media, International Thespian Society, National Forensics League, Orchestra, Book Club, Bridge Builders, Chess Club, Creative Writing, DECA, Diamond Girls, FCCLA, FCA, French Club, FBLA, HOSA, JCL-Latin, Knowledge Bowl, Model UN, Multicultural Club, Poetry Club, Skills USA, Spanish Club, Cross Country, Baseball, Basketball, Bowling, Cheerleading, Dance, Football, Golf, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Track & Field, Trap Shooting, Volleyball, and Wrestling.
Special Education: Functional Skills
Parent Involvement: AHS has an active PTSA, which is lead by an elected board. The PTSA supports a variety of school programs and conducts an annual Silent Auction as a major fundraising event.
Tours: To schedule a tour, please contact the Counseling office at 901-867-1541.
The AHS School Counseling Office is staffed by five full-time school counselors, including a College and Career Counselor, and one registrar.
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