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Montgomery Public Schools


Montgomery Public Schools

The Montgomery Public Schools headquarters and Montgomery County Board of Education is located at 307 S. Decatur Street in Montgomery.

Montgomery Public Schools is a school district headquartered in Montgomery, Alabama, United States. The current Superintendent of Montgomery Public Schools is Margaret Allen. The district serves the city of Montgomery and surrounding Montgomery County. It is the third largest district in Alabama, with 31,743 students enrolled.[1] The entire district is accredited by AdvancED and also has three International Baccalaureate programs: Macmillan International Academy (Elementary), Johnnie Carr Middle School, and Loveless Academic Magnet Program (LAMP) High School.

In 2014 four Montgomery Public School high schools made it onto the US News and World Report best high schools list with LAMP High School being named both the best high school in the state, but also being named among the top 20 high schools in the nation. Two other MPS schools (BTW Magnet High School and Brewbaker Technology Magnet High School) were named in the top ten best Alabama high schools list.


  • Schools 1
    • Secondary schools 1.1
      • 7-12 schools 1.1.1
      • High schools 1.1.2
      • Middle schools and Junior high schools 1.1.3
    • K-8 schools 1.2
      • Elementary Schools 1.2.1
  • References 2
  • External links 3


Secondary schools

7-12 schools

  • Fews Alternative Secondary School, Montgomery
  • Patterson Academy of Creative Education, Montgomery

High schools

Middle schools and Junior high schools

  • Baldwin Arts and Academics Magnet Middle School, Montgomery
  • Brewbaker Middle School, Montgomery
  • Capitol Heights Junior High School, Montgomery
  • Johnnie R. Carr Junior High School, Montgomery
  • Floyd Middle Magnet School, Montgomery
  • Goodwyn Jr. High School, Montgomery
  • McKee Junior High School, Montgomery
  • Southlawn Middle School, Montgomery
  • Georgia Washington Junior High School, Mount Meigs (unincorporated area)

K-8 schools

  • Dunbar-Ramer School, Ramer

Elementary Schools

  • Bear Exploration Center School, Montgomery
  • Wynton M. Blount Elementary School, Montgomery
  • Brewbaker Primary School, Montgomery
  • Brewbaker Intermediate School, Montgomery
  • G.W. Carver Elementary School, Montgomery
  • Catoma Elementary School, Montgomery
  • Chisholm Elementary School, Montgomery
  • Peter Crump Elementary School, Montgomery
  • Dalraida Elementary School, Montgomery
  • Dannelly Elementary School, Montgomery
  • Davis Elementary School, Montgomery
  • Dozier Elementary School, Montgomery
  • Fitzpatrick Elementary School, Montgomery
  • Flowers Elementary School, Montgomery
  • Floyd Elementary School, Montgomery
  • Forest Avenue Academic Magnet, Montgomery
  • Garrett Elementary School, Montgomery
  • Halcyon Elementary School, Montgomery
  • Highland Avenue Elementary School, Montgomery
  • Highland Gardens Elementary School, Montgomery
  • Jim W. Wilson Jr. Elementary School, Montgomery
  • MacMillan International Academy @McKee, Montgomery
  • Martin Luther King Elementary School, Montgomery
  • Morningview Elementary School, Montgomery
  • Thelma Smiley Morris Elementary School, Montgomery
  • E. D. Nixon Elementary School
  • Pintlala Elementary School, Pintlala
  • Southlawn Elementary School, Montgomery
  • Vaughn Road Elementary School, Montgomery
  • Wares Ferry Elementary School, Montgomery


  1. ^ Montgomery Public Schools System Facts, retrieved 2009-05-17 

External links

  • Montgomery Public Schools
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