Arlington Baptist School Reviews
Rating 3.39 out of 5 36 reviews
It was a good experience. I want to see more classes for homeschool students so they can interact with their grade class.
It's not a school I will be going back to for a visit and it's definitely not a school I will send my kids to in the future. Some of the teachers are okay, but others just don't need to be teaching. The school just isn't the best. Besides the friends I made, I didn't enjoy my time there that much. I just want to erase it from my memory.
Arlington Baptist School is a a Bible-rooted school dedicated to the education and character development of their students.
I like the school because of the level of guidance giving to the students . Also, the students are equip with what is knowledge to go out there and be what the need to be. The students are made to be involved and challenged in a leader ship role .
Great school. Teacher-student ratio is awesome! School also have resources necessary to help student succeed in their academics. Have liaisons with community colleges within baltimore area to help students transition into colleges. School also have sport facilities to help students develop their athletic talents.
As a recent alumnus of Arlington Baptist School, I can highly recommend and attest to the quality education this school provides. I was highly prepared for college courses because of the classes at Arlington. This school focuses on biblical principles, encouraging students to set high standards in their lives. If you're looking for a great school in Baltimore, Arlington Baptist School is the school for you.
Sooo I’ve been in this school for a while now I have have seen it go from really good to extremely bad. I mean it’s so bad now that half the student are leaving next year.... Most of them😬
This is my daughter's first year attending Arlington and my husband and I like it. My daughter came from a public school and we see the difference. I do like that ALL the teachers and administration in the school knows who my child is immediately--she's not just a student. We are struggling with the decision of putting her into another private school but--as we want the best for her, but honestly we are not sure at this time.
My child is attending K5 and It has been one of the hardest experience for me and my child. I just don't want to pull them out in the middle of the year but I won't be enrolling next year. The teacher seems to always have a negative problem regarding your child as if she's teaching military school. She seems to not understand that these kids are 5-6years old. She may be a great teacher but leaks patiences and understanding for kindergartens. She Continues to talk about the kids and there negative behavior loudly to other parents and the other students. Kindergarten is supposed to be fun learning with respect for the teacher, not fearfulness. The kids look so unhappy most of the time. The school has recieved multiple complaints for parents because i have talked to at least 4 parents regarding her teaching behavior.
I attended Arlington from the 8th until the 12th grade. It was a great high school experience I received administrators honor roll for most of my high school career and my knowledge of God and His word is great.
The resources and facilities are adequate
This school enforces their school-wide policies very well.
My son absolutely loved this school.
This school is very safe compared to the average public school.
I bring my own lunch most of the time.
They would have more variety if there were more students,