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PUBLIC SCHOOL INFORMATION General Alabama Public School Information Age requirements: Children who will be 5 years old on or before

September 2 are eligible for admission to public kindergarten. Children must be 6 years of age on or before September 2 to attend first grade. Kindergarten classes are provided in all public schools but are not mandatory.

Educational Systems

Location: A child’s school is determined by the location of the parent’s

Montgomery Public Schools is guided by a students-first philosophy. The mission is to provide safe and caring communities where teachers teach and students learn at higher levels.

or legal guardian’s residence. Students must attend the school in the zone they are assigned with the exception of magnet schools.

Transportation: Busing is used throughout the system for any

student who lives more than 2.5 miles from the school they are zoned to attend. For students attending magnet schools, transportation is provided to and from the public school the students would normally be zoned to attend. The students will then be bussed to their neighborhood, depending on residency. There is door-to-door transportation available on specially equipped buses for children with special education needs.

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Registration: Parents must present an Alabama Certificate of

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done on a contract basis with the school system.

Immunization, also called a blue card, for their child. This certificate may be obtained from a pediatrician or family doctor. A child’s birth certificate and proof of the parent’s or guardian’s address must also be presented. A social security number is required. If a student is transferring from another school, a transcript, report card or transfer notice must be presented at the time of registration.

After School Care: After school care is provided for a fee at most

elementary schools. The program is supervised by the YMCA and is

Montgomery County Schools

The district is comprised of 32,000 students in 54 schools and has a variety of academic programs and services to meet their diverse needs and interests. MPS offers a full range of curriculum complemented by college preparatory programs, cultural arts, music, foreign languages, technology, career and technical education, and athletics, as well as 10 magnet programs that cover all grade levels and themes ranging from science, performing arts, technology, accelerated academics to international studies. Seven career academies in the traditional high schools equip students with skills for high-demand careers in advanced manufacturing, health occupations, information technology, culinary arts and hospitality, public safety and business marketing. MPS will also open the new Montgomery Technical Center (MTEC) in late 2012, which will provide high school students with training and certification in

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The district is also constructing the new, state-of-the-art Park Crossing High School in East Montgomery. The $23 million school will house about 1,000 students and is scheduled to open in the fall of 2013. Throughout the district, there are programs for children with special needs, including two special education centers and services for gifted students. There are also early childhood education programs and a host of supplemental education services. For more information and registration, visit www.mps.k12.al.us.

Autauga County Schools There are 12 public schools in the Autauga County system—six elementary, one middle/junior high, one junior high and two high schools and a technology center. The system also has two K-12 schools. An interesting difference in this county is the housing of the students in the downtown district. The kindergarten students are in their own building, Prattville Kindergarten. Inherent in the Autauga school system mission is the belief that “schools should be safe, happy places where children look forward to coming each day to celebrate their joy for life and learning, that all children can learn, and that teaching should be adapted to the learning styles of those being taught.”

productive member of society.” Elmore County Schools have a Smartboard learning tool in each classroom. For more information about the Elmore County Public School System, please visit www.elmoreco.com.

School Report Cards Below are the explanations for each of the categories listed for the 2009-2010 school report cards. These numbers are reported each year by the Alabama Department of Education. The complete report card for each school in the Montgomery, Autauga, Elmore and Tallapoosa counties can be found on the Know the Community website.

Enrollment: Determined by the average number of students attending school after Labor Day.

Free/Reduced Price Meals: Percentage of students that applied for and were approved for free or reduced price meals. It is an indicator of poverty.

Highly Qualified Teachers: Percentage of classes taught by a

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skilled trades like welding, plumbing, HVAC and carpentry.

teacher who is highly qualified by the State of Alabama in that class field. This qualification is defined and required by the federal legislation known as “No Child Left Behind.”

For more information and school calendars, please visit the Autauga County Public Schools online at www.autaugacountyschool.org.

Alabama Reading & MathmaticsTest:

Provides an assessment of students’ mastery of the content contained in the Alabama Course of Study. This reading and mathematics test is given in grades three through eight.

Elmore County Schools There are 15 public schools in the Elmore County system—seven elementary, three middle schools, four high schools and one technical school. The Elmore County Public School System consists of four school communities; Eclectic, Holtville, Millbrook and Wetumpka. Each community has the grade composition of kindergarten through 12th grade.

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The philosophy of this school system is: “Each student is seen as a unique person who possesses certain potential, needs, aspirations, and interests. As each student is different, the purpose of education is to provide appropriate experiences in school, which develop maximum achievement so each individual will become a useful and

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AUTAUGA COUNTY Autaugaville School 339 Billingsly School (K-12) 658 Daniel Pratt Elementary 1263 Pine Level Elementary 953 Prattville Kindergarten 506 Prattville Elementary 651 Prattville Intermediate 624 Prattville Primary 637 ELMORE COUNTY Airport Road Inter. 625 Coosada Elementary 958 Eclectic Elem School 612 Holtville Elem School 617 Redland Elem School 785 Wetumpka Elem School 968 MONTGOMERY COUNTY MAGNET Bear Exploration Center 569 Forest Avenue 705 MacMillan Intl Academy 263 Carver Elementary 526 EAST Blount Elementary 615 Brewbaker Intermediate 579 Brewbaker Primary 703 Halcyon Elementary 594 Wilson Elementary 502 NORTHEAST Garrett Elementary 657 Wares Ferry Road Elem 586 MIDTOWN Dannelly Elementary 780 Davis Elementary 411 Floyd Elementary 399

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TS Morris Elementary ED Nixon Elementary Vaughn Road Elementary SOUTH Catoma Elementary Crump Elementary Dunbar-Ramer Elem Fitzpatrick Elementary Martin Luther King Elem Pintlala Elementary Southlawn Elementary NORTH Chisholm Elementary Dalraida Elementary Dozier Elementary Flowers Elementary Harrison Elementary Hayneville Road Elem Highland Avenue Highland Gardens Johnson Elementary Walter T McKee Elem Morningview Elementary

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AUTAUGA COUNTY Autaugaville School Billingsley School (K-12) Marbury Middle School Prattville Jr High ELMORE COUNTY Eclectic Middle School Holtville Middle School Millbrook Middle Jr High Wetumpka Middle MONTGOMERY COUNTY MAGNET Baldwin Arts & Academics Floyd Middle Magnet

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AUTAUGA COUNTY Autaugaville School Billingsley High School Marbury High School Prattville High School ELMORE COUNTY Elmore County High Holtville High Stanhope Elmore Wetumpka High MONTGOMERY COUNTY MAGNET Booker T Washington Magnet High Brewbaker Technology Magnet High Loveless Academic Magnet Program High AREA Jefferson Davis High Lanier Senior High Lee High School

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MAKING THE GRADE:

MONTGOMERY PUBLIC SCHOOLS’ ACCOMPLISHMENTS #8 BEST MAGNET SCHOOL IN THE NATION Loveless Academic Magnet Program, Booker T. Washington Magnet, Brewbaker Technology Magnet and Carver High School were listed among the best schools in the country by U.S. News and World Report’s 2012 Best High Schools list. Loveless ranked number one in the state, 32 on the list of the nation’s top 500 high schools, and eighth best magnet school in the nation. Brew Tech and BTW were named silver medalists, which is an upgrade from the previous year’s Bronze Medal status. Carver High School was named a Bronze Medal school.

4TH YEAR AS TORCHBEARER SCHOOL Highland Avenue Elementary was named a 2011-2012 Alabama Torchbearer School for a record fourth time. Other Torchbearer Schools include E.D. Nixon and T.S. Morris elementary schools

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Twenty MPS students were named among the best scholars in the nation through the National Merit, National Hispanic and National Achievement scholars programs for 2012.

#1 IN THE STATE Loveless Academic Magnet Program is the number one school in the state.

BOOMING PRE-K PROGRAMS The district increased Pre-K Programs from six to 21.

ADVANCED PLACEMENT SUPERSTARS Enrollment in Advanced Placement has increased by 67 percent; qualifying scores have increased by 162 percent since 2009.

INTERNATIONAL OFFERINGS The Loveless Academic Magnet Program has partnered with the Troy Confucius Institute to form Confucius Classroom extensions to enrich & improve their existing Mandarin Chinese programs.

Transcripts are used to determine eligibility for magnet programs along with interviews and/or auditions depending on the program. Applications and transcript request forms for the magnet programs are available in the winter and spring at the magnet schools and on the MPS website at www.preparingstudentsforlife. com. Applications and transcript forms should be submitted by the deadline indicated on the application. Only one application should be submitted per year. All students accepted into the magnet programs must be legal residents of the county before the start of school in order to attend. Proof of residency is required before a child may attend classes. Contact the magnet schools for program descriptions and entry requirements.

Elementary Magnet Programs (Grades K-5) Bear Exploration Center

Emphasis: Mathematics, science and technology 2525 Churchill Drive, 36111 (334) 284-8014 Principal: Elizabeth Hill Website: www.bear.mps-al.org

MacMillam International at McKee

Emphasis: International studies, humanities, communication and technology 4015 McInnis Road, 36116 (334) 284-7137 Principal: Angela James Website: www.macmillan.mps-al.org

Forest Avenue Academic Magnet

Emphasis: Accelerated academics; students are expected to perform at one grade level above their current grade 1700 W. Fifth Street, 36106 (334) 269-3673 Principal: Jan Hill Website: www.forestave.mps-al.org

Carver Elementary Arts

Emphasis: Performing and visual arts 3100 Mobile Drive, 36108 (334) 269-3625 Principal: Wilanie Covington Website: www.carverelem.mps-al.org

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T.S. Morris Elementary was named a 2011-2012 U.S. Department of Education Blue Ribbon School, joining Forest Avenue Elementary Magnet and Brewbaker Technology Magnet High.

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Montgomery Public Schools’ magnet programs are highly competitive programs that cover all grade levels with themes including technology, science, performing arts, accelerated academics and international studies. Each year, the number of openings varies from school to school with the most openings available in kindergarten.

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Middle School Magnet Programs (Grades 6-8)

Loveless Academic Magnet Program High

Baldwin Arts and Academics Magnet School

921 W. Jeff Davis Ave. Principal: Mary George Jester (334) 269-3839 Website: www.loveless.mps-al.org

Emphasis: Accelerated academics and technology/ Performing and visual arts 410 S. McDonough Street, 36104 (334) 269-3870 Principal: Jannette Wright Website: www.baldwin.mps-al.org

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Johnnie R. Carr Middle Magnet School Emphasis: Accelerated academics and technology 1610 Ray Thorington Road, 36117 (334) 244-4005 Principal: John Johnston Website: www.carr.mps-al.org

Floyd Middle Magnet School for Mathematics, Science and Technology Emphasis: Math, science and technology 3444 LeBron Road, 36111 (334) 284-7130 Principal: Vince Johnson Website: www.fmms.mps-al.org

High School Magnet Programs (Grades 9-12) Booker T. Washington Magnet High

Emphasis: Creative and Performing Arts Center

(CPAC), Academy for Communication Arts (ACA), Center for Advanced Technology (CAT), Center for Law, and Center for Air and Space Studies (CASS). 632 S. Union St. (334) 269-3617 Principal: Quesha Starks Website: www.btw.mps-al.org

Brewbaker Technology Magnet High Emphasis: Architecture/Engineering, Building Sciences, Commerce and Technology, Graphic Design, Information Technology, and Medical Academy. 4405 Brewbaker Dr. (334) 284-7100 Principal: Sophia Johnson Website: www.brewtech.org

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High School Career Academies

Montgomery Public Schools High School Career Academies are four-year programs that begin in ninth grade that help students acquire the skills they need to fulfill college or technical school entrance requirements, receive industry certification or immediately move into the workforce after graduation. Students have the flexibility to explore programs of study in diverse fields such as advanced manufacturing, hospitality and tourism, information technology, health science, education, business and finance, and law and public safety. These programs combine hands-on technical training with core academic classes and projectbased instruction in small learning communities that are designed to reflect the real world environments students will work in. Academy students also gain practical career experience through externships with local businesses, dual enrollment and other educational opportunities with two and four-year institutions, and by interacting with professionals in the fields they are interested in.

Career Academies • Advanced Manufacturing Academy at Carver High • Hospitality and Tourism Academy at Carver High • Teaching Academy at Jeff Davis High • Health Science Academy at Jeff Davis High • Business and Finance Academy at Lanier High School • Law and Public Safety Academy at Lanier High School • IT Academy at Lee High For more information, call the MP’s Career Tech Office at (334) 269-3613.


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1. Millbrook Middle/Junior High 2. Stanhope Elmore High 3. Coosada Elementary 4. Robinson Springs School 5. Holtville Elementary 6. Holtville High 7. Holtville Middle 8. Wetumpka High School 9. Wetumpka Intermediate 10. Wetumpka Elementary 11. Wetumpka Junior High 12. Elmore County High 13. Eclectic Elementary 14. Eclectic Middle

Tallassee City Schools 15. Tallassee Elementary 16. Tallassee High 17. Southside Middle

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Montgomery County Private Schools 1. Alabama Christian Academy 2. Bethany Christian Academy 3. Brown’s Private School 4. Canterbury High School 5. Churchill Academy 6. Cornerstone Christian Academy 7. Eastwood Christian School 8. Evangel Christian Academy 9. Holy Cross Episcopal School 10. Hooper Academy 11. Lighthouse Christian Academy

12. Macon-East Academy 13. Montessori at Hampstead 14. Montgomery Academy Upper School

(Vaughn Road) 15. Montgomery Academy Lower School (Perry Hill Road) 16. Montgomery Catholic (Holy Spirit) 17. Montgomery Catholic (Middle & High) 18. Montgomery Catholic (St. Bede) 19. Montgomery Seventh-Day Adventist 20. Resurrection Catholic School 21. Saint James School

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22. St. Jude High School 23. South Montgomery County Academy 24. Success Unlimited Academy (Bell Road) 25. The Rock School 26. Trinity Presbyterian School 27. Three Rivers Academy


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MONTGOMERY COUNTY continued Montgomery County Public Schools 1. Baldwin Arts & Academics Magnet 2. Bear Exploration Center Magnet 3. Bellingrath Junior High 4. Wynton Blount Elementary School 5. Booker T. Washington Magnet High 6. Brewbaker Primary 7. Brewbaker Intermediate 8. Brewbaker Junior High 9. Brewbaker Technology Magnet 10. Captiol Heights Junior High

23. Dunbar-Ramer School 24. Fews Secondary Alternative School 25. Fitzpatrick Elementary 26. Flowers Elementary 27. Floyd Elementary 28. Floyd Middle Magnet 29. Forest Avenue Magnet 30. Garrett Elementary 31. Georgia Washington Junior High 32. Goodwyn Junior High 33. Halcyon Elementary 34. Highland Avenue Elementary 35. Highland Gardens Elementary 36. Jefferson Davis Senior HIgh 37. Seth Johnson Elementary 38. Martin Luther King Elementary 39. Lanier Senior High 40. Lee Senior High 41. Loveless Academic Magnet Program 42. McInnis School 43. MacMillan International Academy 44. McKee Junior High School 45. Morningview Elementary

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11. Carr Middle School 12. Carver Elementary 13. Carver Senior High School 14. Catoma Elementary 15. Children’s Center 16. Chisolm Elementary 17. Crump Elementary 18. Dalraida Elementary 19. Dannelly Elementary 20. Davis Elementary 21. Davis Learning Center 22. Dozier Elementary

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