APS Montessori at Drew is moving to its own building in 2019!
AMAC was formed in 2006 by several Arlington Montessori parents from different schools as a way to build community and to formalize years of Montessori advocacy. AMAC is not affiliated with any one school, but serves as a way for all Montessori advocates, public and private, to support Montessori education.
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40+ years of
Montessori in Arlington!
AMAC is Building on a Great APS Foundation
- Over 40 years ago, Arlington Public Schools was the first public school in the country to implement Montessori in its classrooms.
- Today, Arlington has 750 students in its public Montessori program
- APS has 19 Preschool and Kindergarten classrooms in 8 different public elementary schools.
- APS has 12 Montessori 1st through 5th grade classrooms (8 Lower Elementary and 4 Upper Elementary) at Drew Model School.
- APS has 2 Montessori Middle School classrooms at Gunston Middle School.
AMAC Values Private Montessori
- AMAC works to build community with Arlington's 7 private Montessori schools.
- Arlington's 350+ private Montessori school families are encouraged to join AMAC to take part in fun events, parent education, and local Montessori advocacy.
AMAC Stands Behind Arlington's 1000+ Montessori Students
- AMAC works to support all 33 Arlington Public School Montessori classrooms and the 7 private Montessori schools in Arlington County.