Armstrong's Mission Statement

Armstrong School for the Arts will pursue excellence for every child by providing quality instruction in the arts while promoting exceptional academic standards.

School Of Choice

Armstrong is proud to be a school of choice.  We have an integrated program incorporates visual arts, music, drama, and dance into the four core subject areas of English, math, science and social studies. Library, art, music and physical education teachers work collaboratively with classroom teachers to plan and teach hands-on arts integrated lessons that enhance the Hampton City Schools curricula. The integrated lessons have a meaningful, positive impact on student learning. Applications for enrollment are accepted throughout the year. Students are accepted on a first-come first-served space available basis. Siblings of enrolled students are accepted into the school through fourth grade. Applications for the kindergarten waiting list are accepted beginning August 1 of the year the child turns 4. Students must be 5 by September 30 to attend kindergarten. No transportation is provided.

Armstrong's Teacher of the Year!

Congratulations, Ms. Samsky! Armstrong School for the Arts is proud to announce Ms. Andrea Samsky as our 2016-2017 Teacher of the Year!!

Armstrong's Vision Statement

Armstrong School for the Arts is a school of choice for high expectations that focuses on building skills in reading, writing, speaking, listening, mathematics, critical thinking and expressing thoughts and feelings in imaginative ways.

Thursday, August 31, 3:00PM-5:00PM: Open House

Congratulations Ms. Samsky
Join us in congratulating Ms. Samsky!  We are very excited to announce that Ms. Samsky has been named VAHPERD's Health Education Professional of the Year for 2016! 


Ms. Hall is working creating an Armstrong page on symbaloo.  This is very similar to port portal.  There are many helpful links.  She will be adding more links as the year goes on.
Please click here for Armstrong's Symbaloo page.

Digital Bridge Shows

Below are two links to Hampton City Schools' Digital Bridge Show.  These links are helpful to see how we incorporate technology into our schools.

On this edition, we take a look at Google Apps, or G Suite, to see what resources students have available to help them in the classroom and at home. Click on the link below to watch this video.

On this edition of The Digital Bridge, Beth Horne, a curriculum integration technology teacher, shows us how to login and use theStudent and Parent Portal's to help keep track of attendance and grades.