Arlington High School
Arlington School District
| Navy and Vegas gold|
| Public secondary school|
18821 Crown Ridge Blvd, Arlington, WA 98223, USA
Arlington High School is a public high school located in Arlington, Washington and is home to the Eagles. The enrollment was 1,598 for the 2005-2006 school year. This school was built in 2002 after years of unsuccessful building bonds. The grand opening, after five years of raising funds, was on May 31, 2007.
Arlington High School (Washington) Wikipedia
Sports range from tennis to football to soccer. The school's WESCO North 4A football team made it to the semi-finals in 4A State Play-offs in 2005. The school's rivals are the Stanwood Spartans. The football team and basketball teams have recently had coach replacements. Greg Dailer is the new head football coach.
In 2010, the Arlington Eagles won the WESCO championship against Jackson High School 42-21. In 2012 the Eagles Track Team placed third in state. In 2013, the Arlington Eagles won the softball state title. In that same year, the Lady Eagles fell short to Mead High School in the 2013 4A State Girls Basketball Championship.
The school's Hi-Q team, a trivia-based competition, placed first in its region, and the Knowledge Bowl team placed third in the state. In 2014, the AHS Hi-Q team placed third at State. It has a Performing Arts Center for its almost 200 band members and other performing groups. The Arlington High School Jazz Choir, "Jazzmine", under the direction of Lyle Forde, won first place at Fullerton Jazz Festival in Los Angeles California in 2007, first place at the North Texas University Jazz Festival in 2008, and second place in the advanced category of the 2009 Fullerton Jazz Festival. The acclaimed group has been performing around the state and country for twenty years. Now all choirs are directed by the new choir teacher, Mr. Mcgee.
The Arlington High School ethnicity is:87% White
4% Asian or Pacific Islander
2% American Indian or Alaskan Native