Office of Curriculum and Instructional Programs → Accelerated and Enriched Instruction
Montgomery County Public Schools is committed to providing rigorous instructional programs that encourage all students to realize their full potential as learners. A continuum of programs and services are provided.
Students’ learning may be enriched and accelerated; and, students may participate in advanced-level coursework at their local schools. Instruction is differentiated to provide all students appropriate pacing and support necessary for advanced-level learning.
Students may also attend special programs such as centers for enriched studies, magnet programs, or specialized programs, based on their interest and talent.
Elementary ProgramsCenters for Enriched Studies, Primary Magnet, Enriched Literacy Curriculum
Middle School Programs
High School Programs
Twice Exceptional Students and ServicesFrequently Asked Questions, Publications and Resources about gifted students with disabilities (e.g. GT/LD)
Additional ResourcesCharacteristics of Highly Able Learners, Beyond the Classroom, Curriculum Resources
About Accelerated and Enriched InstructionAEI Vision, Mission and Policies, Roles and Responsibilities of AEI teachers
Focus: Gifted and Talented Policy and Regulation Implementation, Parent/Community Outreach, and Division Administration
850 Hungerford Drive, Room 259Rockville, Maryland 20850Fax: 301-279-3529Telephone: 240-740-3110
AEI is a division of the Office of Curriculum and Instructional Programs (OCIP). OCIP Contact List
The AEI Feedback Council provides feedback and continuing guidance to staff on MCPS programs and the implementation of MCPS Policy IOA Gifted and Talented Education (PDF). The committee is comprised of 20-25 community and staff stakeholders who represent multiple points of view.