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Arlington High School (New York)

Arlington High School (New York)

1157 RT-55
Lagrangeville
, NY 12540-5010

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Arlington High School is a public high school in the Arlington Central School District located in Lagrangeville, New York, United States, on Route 55.HistoryThe school, although not the current building, has its origins in the early years of the Arlington Union Free School District Number 7, the district's name from 1900 to 1961. When the district was formed, there were only two school buildings. In 1900, only one year of high school work was offered. In 1922, it was expanded to two years; and in 1924, three years were offered. In 1926, Arlington High School was granted a charter as a six-year high school. Its first commencement was held in that year, with only nine students graduating.Student lifeThe ArlingtonianThe Arlingtonian is the official school newspaper. The paper is entirely student-run, although it is faculty-advised. Although the paper focuses on school events and news, it also includes local news and information regarding fund-raising events. The Arlingtonian publishes bi-monthly while school is in session. The newspaper is distributed free to all students, as well as local stores. A home delivery option is also available.Marist/Arlington Bridge programArlington offers senior students the option to fulfill their high-school graduation requirements while simultaneously completing a full year of college at Marist College in Poughkeepsie. The program permits the student to earn up to 15 credits while fulfilling the basic Regents Prep courses in history and mathematicsMarching bandThe Arlington Admiral Marching Band is a nationally competitive organization that participates in NYSFBC, Bands of America, and USSBA events throughout the east coast. The band has placed in the top three in New York for eight of the past ten seasons. They were awarded the state championship in 2004 and were runners-up in New York in 2001, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2011, 2014, and 2015 seasons. The band also won the Musical Arts Conference championship in the 2003 and 2004 seasons.

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