Arlington Catholic Key Facts

Key Facts

Key Facts

  • The average student teacher ratio is one teacher to eleven students

  • AC currently offers 23 different Advanced Placement Courses

  • 90% of the students in the lower school continue on to the upper school

  • 90% of students are involved in at least one sport or activity

  • AC Alum Vicki Movsessian ’90 won a gold medal as part of the USA Womens' Ice Hockey Team at the 1998 Nagano Olympics

  • AC Alum Julia Marino ’10 was the first person to represent her home country of Paraguay in the winter Olympics at the 2014 Sochi Olympics

  • AC Alum Julianne Nicholson ’89 has 63 TV and Film credits to her name. 2021 she won the Emmy for the Mare of Eastown

  • AC currently offers 43 sports teams

  • AC has won 124 Catholic Central Large Championships

  • 80% of faculty hold an advanced degree

  • The current faculty have a combined service of 767 years at AC

    There are 9 faculty members that have over 25 years of service
  • The Drama Clubs produces 5 performances each year between the upper and lower school

    Drama (5) shows:
    Lower School -- Christmas Pageant and Spring Musical
    High School -- Fall Musical Revue, Drama Festival Play,  Spring Musical

  • 12 current faculty members have dedicated over 25 years to teaching at Arlington Catholic

  • 10 % Faculty and staff are alums themselves

  • 17 Virtual Courses are available to meet the individual needs and interests of our students

  • 100% of students applying to college are accepted

  • Arlington Catholic has won 13 State Athletic Championships

  • Saint Agnes School is proud to offer a Learning Center with a full time special education teacher in order to meet the needs of students with Individualized Education Programs

  • When AC opened in 1960, it was staffed solely by the Sisters of Saint Joseph

    72 Sisters of Saint Joseph have ministered here at AC, as well as 9 additional nuns from different religious orders