Arlington Regional Learning Center is committed to helping students be successful. Our Community School program serves students who have been expelled from their home schools and need an opportunity to earn credits, do community service, and learn crucial academic and social skills that will help them return to their home school, graduate, and be contributing citizens in our society.
Arlington has a great extra-curricular and co-curricular schedule. We offer a hands-on culinary program where students learn all aspects of the food industry as well as secure and prepare orders for catering. Our athletic program gives students an opportunity to compete in football, basketball, volleyball, soccer and track and field against similar schools. We have also taken students on study trips to the Museum of Tolerance, Sea World, Natural History Museum, La Brea Tar Pits and Vocademy.
In addition, we offer counseling resources to our students – both individual and group – and Anger Management and Drug/Alcohol Intervention classes. Our students need an opportunity to overcome past challenges and create new beginnings for themselves, and the staff here at the Arlington Regional Learning Center is committed to helping them discover their potential for greatness.
“What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” -Oliver Wendell Holmes
- Community School for middle, and high school students, including foster youth and students on probation
- Come Back Kids Charter
- Community Diversion Team (CDT) delinquency intervention program
- Peer Leadership
- Journalism/Video Production
- Career Technical Education (CTE) Vocational Education programs in Culinary Arts
- PLATO On-Line Credit Recovery
- Athletic Program
- Adult Life Skills
- Academic/Career Counseling
- Substance Abuse, Social/Emotional, and Anger Management Counseling
- School Clubs – Yearbook, Journalism, Peer Leadership, and more