Is it possible to tour the School during the school day?
Yes, a tour of the School can be arranged by calling the Development Office. The phone number is: (781) 643-9031, Ext. 305. You may also e-mail your request to email@example.com.
Do all the students come from Arlington?
No. Including Arlington, our students come from 22 different cities and towns.
Beyond the basic academic classes, what other programs are offered?
Religion, Computer, Art, Music, Physical Education, Legos & Robotics, and Library.
Are there any foreign languages taught at the school? In what grades?
Spanish: Grades K-1 through 8
Spanish or Latin: Grades 6, 7, & 8
If a student is on an Individual Education Plan, are there any special education services available?
Yes, services are provided by a certified learning specialist in the Learning Center.
Is there a nurse available during the school day?
Yes, there is a full time nurse who is available for illness and injury and also conducts health screenings and teaches health classes.
Are there any extra-curricular programs or special programs offered at the School?
Seventh and eighth grade students participate in the annual Quiz Bowl at Malden Catholic High School. This is an academic competition open to all schools, parochial, private and public.
The Literary Luncheon Program is designed to connect students with senior citizens by participating in a discussion about a particular book.
Other special programs include: Cultural Arts, Courage Curriculum, Student Council, Girl & Boy Scouts, Ski Club, Student Newspaper, Financial Literacy, as well as drama and theatre productions with Arlington Catholic High School.
Are there any sports programs available to students?
Yes, a host of after-school sports programs including basketball, flag football, floor hockey, cheerleading, and gymnastics are available for all age groups through Fidelity House, a community center serving Saint Agnes Parish, Arlington, and neighboring communities. In addition, the Fidelity House and Saint Agnes School field middle school boys and girls basketball teams comprised solely of Saint Agnes School students that compete in the Middlesex Catholic Elementary School League.
Do Saint Agnes students receive scholarships to high schools?
Yes, on average one out of every four students graduating is awarded a scholarship.
After graduating from Saint Agnes School, which high schools do the students typically attend?
Recent St. Agnes graduates attend the following Catholic, private and public high schools:
- Arlington Catholic
- Austin Preparatory High School
- Boston College High School
- Catholic Memorial High School
- Malden Catholic High School
- Matignon High School
- Montrose Academy
- Mount Alvernia High School
- Saint Joseph College Prepatory School
- Our Lady of Nazareth Academy
- St. Clement High School
- St. John’s Preparatory High School
- Xaverian Brothers Academy
- Belmont Hill School
- Boston University Academy
- Buckingham, Browne, & Nichols School
- Cushing Academy
- Arlington High School
- Bedford High School
- Belmont High School
- Billerica High School
- Burlington High School
- Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School
- Fryeburg Academy
- Groton-Dunstable High School
- Lexington High School
- Medford High School
- Minuteman Technical High School
- Watertown High School
- Winchester High School
- Woburn High School