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Amazon commits to build Arlington school facility at HQ2

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Amazon commits to build Arlington school facility at HQ2
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Amazon.com Inc.'s second headquarters development in Pentagon City will include a permanent home for Arlington Community High School — with the e-commerce giant committing to build the new facility for the county's school system. Arlington County and Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) announced this week the new building for the alternative-path school, which provides flexible scheduling for students 16 and older who are also working and providing for their families, will be part of the PenPlace development coming to the corner of S. Fern Street and Army Navy Drive. ACHS has never had a permanent home, and Arlington officials said positioning it in Pentagon City near many modes of transit will benefit its student body.