Thank you for visiting our booth and the Pony Rides this Town Day! Browse the pictures below and click to view your high quality photo, which you can then right-click to download, print and share. Enjoy!
Join us at Arlington Town Day on Saturday, September 13, 2014. On this wonderful day celebrating Arlington, you will find us on the corner of Water Street and Mass. Ave. where you can browse through Arlington homes for sale, ask our agents questions about the Arlington real estate market, or just stop by and get a free backpack, tape measure, ruler, pen, coloring book and other goodies!
We’re also excited to sponsor free pony rides behind the Robbins Library. We’ll take complimentary photos and upload them to our website. Photos coming soon – visit our homepage on Tuesday, September 16th for a link to download your photos!
Arlington High School has received Gold Medal distinction in the U.S. News & World Report Best High School Rankings. This year AHS ranked 21st among the 75 Massachusetts schools that made the criteria for evaluation. There are 352 high schools in Massachusetts. Our national ranking is 465 out of the 19,411 schools that were reviewed (top 2%). Our standing as a science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, school is 200 out of 700 schools ranked nationally.
Among the many Massachusetts schools in the 2014 rankings of U.S. News Best High Schools, 22 were awarded gold medals, 41 earned silver medals and 12 received bronze medals.
Arlington has also been named to the College Board’s AP Honor Roll for three years for continuing to expand access to AP courses while maintaining or improving performance.
All Arlington educators and staff share in the pride of our students’ accomplishments, as the preparation for rigorous courses begins at an early age.
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Thanks to all who came out on Monday to cheer along the Parade route and welcome Paul Revere and William Dawes at the Arlington Town Hall!
On Monday, April 21st, Arlington again become Menotomy as we celebrated our Town’s importance on the first day of the American Revolution.
Arlington residents came out in force to greet re-enactment riders Paul Revere and William Dawes. Children made welcome signs for the riders with craft materials, activities provided by the Arlington Historical Society, music from the colonial era performed by Diane Taraz, and refreshments were served. The festivities at the Town Hall were hosted by the Arlington Committee on Tourism and Economic Development and sponsored by BOWES Real Estate.
Thanks again for all who participated. See you next year!
On Monday, April 21st, Arlington again becomes Menotomy as we celebrate our Town’s importance on the first day of the American Revolution.
Join your fellow Menotomians at the Arlington Town Hall as we greet re-enactment riders Paul Revere and William Dawes. Make a welcome sign for the riders with craft material provided. Children’s dress-up activity with photo by the Arlington Historical Society. Music from the colonial era performed by Diane Taraz. Snacks and light food will be available.
Event hosted by the Arlington Committee on Tourism and Economic Development and sponsored by BOWES Real Estate.
See you there!