AMS believes students learn best when they are engaged, working with classmates to develop solutions to problems. In each class, students use a variety of resources to create, present and defend ideas in writing or to an audience.
With an extended school day and Summer Bridge program in the 9th and 10th grades, students have more time to learn and succeed in every subject.
AMS partners with Lincoln Center Education to help scholars develop critical thinking skills by noticing details, making connections, and asking questions. Scholars attend performances and visit art exhibitions to learn how the Arts relate to academics.
Our scholars are active in their school, campus, and neighborhood communities.
Our rigorous programs lay the groundwork for success in high school, college, and career.
Our active parent body, the Family School Organization (FSO) Leadership Cabinet, holds workshops every month to update, involve, and engage families as true “thought partners.”