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Located in the heart of the Dallas-Ft. Worth
area, Arlington is a thriving community with
a population of over 325,000 citizens. This
diverse community is also a major tourist
destination that is home to major names in
the retail, service, and manufacturing industries.
Currently, more than 62,000 students are
enrolled in the Arlington ISD, making it
the 9th largest school district in Texas.
The AISD is also the largest employer in
Arlington and the third-largest in Tarrant
County, with a staff of over 8,000.
Arlington schools prepare students for future
employment and higher education through challenging
academic programs and extra-curricular activities.
Eighty percent of the student body is on
an advanced education track, with about 12
percent of those students enrolled in honors
courses. The AISD is also home to an acclaimed
special-education program, which focuses
on academic success as well as the development
of lifeskills. All academic and extra-curricular
programs are supported by a highly qualified,
culturally-diverse teaching staff.
To keep pace with Arlington's rapid growth,
the AISD opened sixteen new elementary campuses,
two high schools and three junior highs since
1989. The AISD now includes forty-nine elementaries,
twelve junior highs, six high schools, a
pre-kindergarten campus and four alternative
Arlington also boasts one of the lowest tax
rates among large school districts in Texas,
with a current rate of $1.74050 per $100
of assessed value. Additionally, the district
spends considerably less than the state averages
in instructional leadership, school leadership,
central administration, and other operating
The average pupil-teacher ratio is 14.9 to
1 throughout the district. More than 120
counselors assist students and parents in
elementary and secondary levels.
The results of this attention are evidenced
in standardized test scores. The combined
math and verbal score of AISD's SAT-takers
totaled 1,037 points. The Class of 2002 includes
36 National Merit Semifinalists, National
Achievement Scholars and National Hispanic
The students' successes are largely due to
the comprehensive curriculum offered in the
AISD. As AISD develops its innovative programming
for able learners, it has provisions, K-12,
to meet the needs of students with different
kinds and degrees of ability.
These provisions are supported by sequentially
developed curricula that balance acceleration
and enrichment. In math and language arts,
students can progress as they master skills,
content and concepts.
"Flexible advancement" has been
carefully woven into a sequential format
with special attention to mathematics and
language arts, grades K-12. The district
has developed means to assess students for
initial placement and to monitor their progress
through the curriculum.
Teachers may bring advanced level materials
down to groups of students or place individual
students in higher level grades or courses.
At the secondary level, additional opportunities
for flexible pacing are available in science,
mathematics, foreign languages, computer
science, and the humanities through the district's
honors and Advanced Placement classes as
well as through concurrent enrollment with
Several students have graduated with 24 or
more college credits through the district's
Advanced Placement program. That's the equivalent
of one year of college work. This year, the
Advanced Placement curriculum includes English,
Calculus, Biology, American History, American
Government, European History, Macroeconomics,
Computer Science, Physics, Chemistry and
Computers are involved on all levels of study.
Computer instruction begins in kindergarten
and expands through math and language arts
instruction and robotics, drafting and vocational
The district's fine arts curriculum allows
students to explore their creativity through
a wide variety of programs. Drama, art and
music education produce consistent trophy
winners in University Interscholastic League
competition. Unique programs, such as elementary
strings and chorus, give our talented youngsters
an early start.
The district's comprehensive interscholastic
athletic program includes District 8-5A varsity
competition in baseball, softball, basketball,
cross country, football, golf, soccer, softball,
swimming and diving, tennis, track, volleyball,
wrestling, and gymnastics.
Zeroing in on potential dropouts, the AISD's
secondary Venture School and elementary and
junior high Success programs provide alternatives
for students who have difficulty adjusting
to a regular classroom environment.
Community groups and volunteers have many
opportunities to become involved with the
students. Several civic groups mentor or
tutor at-risk students while more than 16,000
individual volunteers share their time and
talents with the students and staff through
community programs. This year, about 600
area businesses are involved in the district's
Arlington ISD serves the educational needs
of every child. At the same time, the AISD
nurtures its relationship with the community
through sound fiscal management and a systematic,
well-planned, continuous, two-way communications
program. Arlington ISD is "Quality in
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