Awful political school! If you are not a teacher or administrator your child will be nothing. They let that be known very well. It is sad.
Arab Jr High School is a public middle school in Arab. The principal of Arab Jr High School is Mr John Ingram, whose e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org. 621 students attend Arab Jr High School and identify mostly as White, non-Hispanic; Hispanic; and Asian. 36% of the 621 students here are paying reduced lunch prices. The student to teacher ratio at Arab Jr High School is 18:1. Ryan School is one of the nearest middle schools.
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- P.E. classes
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AJHS is where both of my older children go to school and the teachers are excellent. I have been so impressed with the communication between school and parent. I also appreciate the fact that they have so many great extra-curricular activities for the kids to be part of. I think that the Arab School System is one of the very best in the State of Alabama and probably in the country.
Arab Junior High is a wonderful school with great teachers and a caring principal. Teachers communicate with parents daily and students are excited about learning. My child is a special needs child and I could not express how much the teachers go above and beyond to make school fun and interesting. I would not send my children anywhere else!
This is a realy great school. The teachers really do not need to call parents. it's a small town no a very small town and every body knows everbody and words gets around fast veary fast. The school system as a whole is veary politacl if you do not have money DO NOT TRY TO GET A JOB THERE. My mom tried for maney years and finally got a job in the Huntsville City school system. She says coming for arab to huntsville is like hell to Heven. But other then the staff and faculty Arab city schools is a realy great school
I am not pleased with the way this school is run. We moved here from the north four years ago and picked Arab because of the school but I would have picked somewhere else. There is no parent teacher communication at all even if you child is failing. There is no diversity in the school which I think is a bad thing. I have talked to other 'outsiders' who say the same thing. If you are from another state especially the north I would maybe try Guntersville or Huntsville.