The Arlington Student
There really isn't a "typical" Arlington student. In fact, Arlington celebrates each student's individuality. It is this difference that makes every person unique. Students of The Arlington School develop respect for other cultures, nationalities, and religious beliefs. They learn that "different" isn't wrong or something to be afraid of. They recognize the importance of diversity.
At Arlington, each student is expected to take an active role in his or her education by being self-motivated, responsible, and organized. These are important qualities that will carry over into the student's adult life. Also, the student is expected to use study hall time wisely so that he or she can get help from the teachers if necessary.
Students must follow the rules and regulations of the school which are included in the admissions packet. They are expected to exhibit respect at all times - respect for their teachers and parents, respect for their fellow students, and respect for themselves.