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For over five decades AMS has provided life-changing learning experiences. Click on the topics below to check out how AMS helps middle schoolers explore the world around them and discover who they want to be.
Stories from the Middle
As a consensus-run school, AMS practices, traditions and norms are heavily shaped by community dialogue. One question recently mulled over […]
One of the biggest challenges for remote education is keeping lessons interactive. While stuck at home, students don’t have access […]
Writing prompts are a large part of almost every middle school Language Arts class. Asking young adolescents which historical period […]
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What families say
about our school:
AMS is the perfect experience to teach children how to 'root' within themselves and community. It provides both a soothing and a self-guided learning opportunity for every student blessed to attend.
— Rupa Russe, Parent
Going to AMS was a wonderful experience for our daughter. The school gave her so many ways to explore her creativity - writing, pottery, papermaking, bookbinding, carpentry - and even blacksmithing.
— Wendi Gratz, Parent
The wonderful staff at AMS met my child where they were and gave them the room to rediscover their love of learning. They formed strong relationships and flourished in the individualized, experiential, and developmentally respectful community.
— Laura Kinsey, Parent
Each of my three kids had their unique educational needs met at AMS. It left them all well prepared academically and emotionally for the rest of their education.
— Rachel Carpenter, Parent
Our daughter went to AMS for 3 years. It was incredible to watch her confidence and abilities bloom. She learned a lot of practical and social skills, on top of getting a great education.
— Whitney Brasington, Parent