Arlington High School Reviews
There’s definitely a lot of kids so if you’re the kind of person who needs one on one attention from the teacher to learn, try another school.
I have just graduated from Arlington and it was the greatest experience! I meet many new people and got to know the faculty well. There are many great resources and activities to get involved in. I am proud to be an alumnus! The only thing I would like to see change for future students is the food.
I had a great experience with Arlington High School. I went there for four years and the teachers were always available to help me whenever I needed it. I was varsity cheerleading captain my senior year. I achieved a 4.6 GPA by the time I graduated and I loved school so much it gave me the desire to teach myself.
I like how we are one big family but it sucks that we don't have too much spirit as a whole school, I think we should fix that, and that we should be able to graduate at our own high school
My experience at Arlington High School has been the best 4 years of my life. Arlington was my second home. I was really involved in school activities from school club events to school spirit events. What I would like to see happen at Arlington is to finding their spot at Arlington, how do you fit in? I was seeing myself getting lost with this question every year. You won't know until you try new things, and that's what I would like to see changing at Arlington.
Arlington High gave me some of the most amazing experiences of my life. The teachers and administrators are some of the nicest people you will ever meet; You can really tell that they care about you. I learned so much and so many of the people there have impacted my life in such a positive way. Of course, high school is always going to be a little stressful but I am very happy to have attended at Arlington High School
My academic years at Arlington High School was one of the best experience. The school provide one of the best learning environment. I was able to share my high school experience with amazing staffs and all my friends that I made throughout the years. I absolutely love Arlington High School.
I love Arlington. I chose this school over every other school in the district and in glad I made the choice because it's amazing here. We're not as funded as other schools, but it doesn't matter, our programs are the best in the district.
I had the choice of choosing the high school I wanted to and I chose Arlington, yeah, it isn't the one of the best high schools around, but I absolutely love it. it has great electives to chose from like theater, art, media arts, medical, ceramics, and other ones that I didn't know that would be offered here, but are. The office is nice and helpful and the teachers really do care about helping you out when you need it. This school is the "ghetto" school of Riverside, but only because it isn't as big or updated as the newer built school. But I love it here and I'm glad I chose this school.
Arlington High school is a very good school! The only things I would change is the amount of AP classes and clubs.
This school has a very connected, involved community. The staff is amazing and for the most part, the students are as well. It's a great school and even better when you join clubs and teams. As a small school, many people disregard Arlington, but many bright people attend this school and it should not be overlooked.
I have been as student here for four years. Although everyone experiences high school different. I enjoyed my time here.
I am a student now and I love my highschool because of the friendly and very helpful teachers and how much they are willing to actually help their students outside of class time. I would want to change the phone allowance policy and be stricter on when you can have a phone on school campus.
Arlington is actually one of the smaller schools in the district but I believe that our size is one thing that makes us unique. Our small size leads to everyone knowing everyone, making us a family.
Arlington high is a fun place, with lots of really fun people and is in my opinion the greatest high school in the city!
It was an okay school. A few teachers really cared about us all doing well, but others didn't really seem to be too bothered with helping students at all. My favorite part was the band program there, and it was probably the best experience out of my four years there. I wouldn't trade it for anything. But the campus itself had a few snobby office staff and people that seemed to be biased toward certain students.
They allow for an easy and quick help for scholarships but I would like for more options for scholarships and not just quickly moved to student loans .