Arlington High School Graduation will be held on Saturday, June 2nd at 3:00pm on Peirce Field at Arlington High School. ACMi will broadcast the coverage LIVE on our Education Channel at 3pm as the ceremony begins, as well as on YouTube in the embed below: Watch the ceremony on ACMi’s Education Channel: 13 (RCN), 9 (Comcast), and 24 (Verizon). Replays will appear on those same channels shortly after the event. Watch online: http://acmi.tv/edulive/ For complete channel information and additional viewing times please visit the schedule page each Thursday in the Arlington Advocate and check out website:...Read More
Presented by Arlington Community Education Journalist David Whitford interviews his brother, acclaimed actor Bradley Whitford at Arlington High School. Bradley gained fame for his role in the West Wing, and most recently was featured in the Oscar nominated films Get Out and The Post. All proceeds from the event will be used to purchase books for Arlington’s new Gibbs Sixth Grade School library. The evening is part of Arlington Community Education’s ongoing “Conversations” series hosted by David Whitford. https://register.asapconnected.com/FundraisingCampaign.aspx?CampID=269 Directed by Staz Modrzynski Cameras: Colin Gilbert, Andrew Wilson, Katie Chang Sound: Braedon Quinlan Lighting: Grace Biondi This video was...Read More
YOUTH FILM CONTEST APPLICATION & VIDEO SUBMISSIONS DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION FORM Submission Deadline: FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 2018 by 5:00PM (EST) Submit applications & your youth film videos to Arlington Community Media, Inc. ATown Teen Video Contest at the following address: Arlington Community Media, Inc. Attn: Kevin Wetmore 85 Park Avenue, Arlington, MA 02476 OR send completed application and final video electronically (i.e. Google drive) to Kevin at email@example.com. Digital HD .mov files are preferred, but most files other than .wmv will be considered. Note: if you are submitting more than one video, each additional video will require a $10...Read More
Arlington High School students place flags on school grounds Nearly two-hundred American flags are flying on the Arlington High School lawn honoring everyday heroes. Each flag was purchased by a loved one in recognition of their local hero. This is the second year that the Rotary Club of Arlington has run the Flags for Heroes fundraising effort. Funds will support the club’s mission in town. Rotary club members joined students in setting up the sea of red, white and blue. The students participate in the high school’s Workplace Alternative Program. Peter Lundstrom of the Workplace program told Arlington...Read More
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