K-12 Education

Metro Area Public School Districts

System

Enrollment

Schools

Autauga County

9,558

5 elementary
3 intermediate/middle
3 high
2 K-12

Elmore County

11,005

6 elementary
4 middle
5 high

Lowndes County

1,549

3 elementary
2 middle
3 high

Montgomery County

31,470

34 elementary
11 middle/junior
9 high

 
Montgomery Public School System Specialty Programs
Elementary School Bear Exploration Center for Mathematics and Science
Carver Elementary and Arts Magnet
Forest Avenue Academic Magnet
MacMillan International Academy
Middle School Baldwin Arts and Academics Magnet
Floyd Middle School for Math, Science & Technology
Carr Middle School Magnet Program
High School Booker T. Washington Magnet
Brewbaker Technology Magnet
Loveless Academic Magnet Program
International Baccalaureate
Diploma Program
MacMillan International Academy
Career Technologies Montgomery Prep. Academy for Career Technologies
Scholastic Majors at
Various High Schools
Culinary/Hospitality/Tourism
Advanced Automotive Manufacturing
Business/Marketing/Finance
AgriScience

 

Students at Montgomery's technical high school, Montgomery Preparatory Academy for Career Technologies (MPACT),  complete high school course work while earning certifications in trades. MPACT offers the following majors:

  • Advertising and Design
  • Fire Science
  • Building Science and Construction
  • HVAC/Mechanical Systems
  • Electrical Technology
  • Industrial Systems
  • Utility Line Worker
  • Information Technology
  • Medical Science
  • Welding and Metal Fabrication
  • Public Safety
 

 

 


 


MPS Schools among nation's best

  • U.S. News & World Report named Loveless Academic Magnet Program (LAMP) High School the No. 1 high school in AL. Montgomery's BTW Magnet is ranked second, and Brewbaker Tech is ranked 15th. LAMP and BTW rank in the top 500 nationally and are the only schools in Alabama to be recognized as national Gold Medal Schools. (2016)
  • LAMP High School was named to Newsweek's list of top U.S. high schools, placing 13th in a ranking of 500 public schools.
  • The Washington Post’s Challenge Index named Booker T. Washington Magnet High a top high school in America.