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  1. Arlington Heights High School was established in 1922 and hosted 715 students in its inaugural year. The current building was built in 1937. Originally, students from this area attended Stripling High School in the 1920s, which is now a feeder middle school. Arlington Heights was generally affluent and white until the late 1960s.

  2. Arlington High School was the original high school founded in 1922, but was closed in 1984, and is now the private Christian Liberty Academy. Forest View High School was closed in 1986, but serves as the administration center for the district. Today Arlington Heights high school students attend Rolling Meadows High School, Prospect High School ...

  3. Carter-Riverside High School; Applied Learning Academy; Arlington Heights High School; Atwood McDonald Elementary School; Benbrook Elementary; Benbrook Middle-High School; Bill J. Elliott Elementary School; Bonnie Brae Elementary School; Boulevard Heights; Bruce Shulkey Elementary School; Burton Hill Elementary School; Carroll Peak Elementary ...

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  5. The Allen High School boys' bowling team won the 2001–02 and 2007–08 Texas High School Bowling Club Team Championships. The Allen girls' team was the state champion in 2003–04 and 2004–2005, becoming the first Texas boys' or girls' teams to repeat as state champions.

  6. Stevenson was the top-ranked open-enrollment public high school in Illinois in 2021, 2015, and 2014 in U.S. News & World Report, and was the top-ranked open-enrollment school in Illinois in the Washington Post’s rankings in 2014, 2013, and 2012.

  7. The Bowie High School Band in the 2021 Arlington Independence Day Parade James Bowie High School is a public high school in Arlington, Texas . The school is a part of Arlington Independent School District and serves students in grades 9 through 12 in southeast Arlington and southwest Grand Prairie . [1]

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