Arlington Catholic High School


Arlington Catholic High School was founded in 1960 under the direction of Monsignor Oscar O’Gorman. It was built by the parishioners of St. Agnes Parish in Arlington, and originally staffed by the congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph. Since its inaugural class of 1964, Arlington Catholic has graduated over 9,000 students. Our alumni share the common experience of excellent preparation for study beyond high school and for making a difference in the world. This tradition remains strong today

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Beginning Grade Taught 9th Grade

Final Grade Taught 12th Grade

Accreditations NEASC

Foreign Languages Taught Spanish, French, Italian, Latin

Religious Affiliation Catholic

Number of students enrolled 435

Student Teacher Ratio 18:1

Annual Tuition Price Range $13,750

Offers financial aid Yes



  • 20 AP Courses
  • 19 Varsity Sports
  • 25 Clubs and Extracurricular Activities
  • Fine Arts Program
  • International Student Program


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Shannon M.

2014-12-28 05:21 pm

If I could put negative stars for this school, I would. I attended Arlington Catholic a few years ago. My honest analysis of this establishment is that it...

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Natalie T.

2015-10-05 04:20 am

Alright school, the building is pretty run down and tired. Most students participate in sports or some type of club.

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