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.   

 

Announcement

Enriched Literacy Curriculum (ELC) Selected Schools 2022-23

To address the needs of academically gifted and advanced students at the local school level, MCPS will expand the ELC to additional schools in 2022–2023. Based on multiple factors including: demographic, socioeconomic, and regional diversity, numbers of students surfaced in universal review, school readiness, and other conditions that lead to successful implementation, MCPS has selected 20 schools for ELC implementation in the 2022-23 school year. These schools represent a range of diversity in demographics, FARMS rates, school type, and regions. ELC expansion will continue in the 2023–2024 school year. 

Updated 4/20/22

AEI Highlights

Elementary Programs
Local Enrichment, Enriched Literacy Curriculum, Centers for Enriched Studies

Middle School Programs
 Local Enriched Courses in Math and World Studies, Magnet Programs,

 High School Programs
Magnet Programs

 Twice Exceptional Students and Services
Frequently Asked Questions, Publications and Resources about gifted students with disabilities (e.g. GT/LD)

Policies and Processes
Links to MCPS gifted and talented policies and processes including GT Identification 

Excellence in Gifted and Talented Education (EGATE) School Awards Program- This program honors exceptional elementary, middle, and high schools that offer gifted and telented programs aligned with the objectives and criteria of the Maryland Criteria for Excellence:  Gifted and Talented Program Guidelines and Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR) 13A.04.07 Gifted and Talented Education.  The following MCPS schools have been named EGATE schools:

  • Chevy Chase Elementary School (2016 EGATE School)
  • Montgomery Blair High School (2010 EGATE School)

About Accelerated and Enriched Instruction
AEI Vision, Mission and MCPS GT Policies

Accelerated and Enriched Instruction

850 Hungerford Drive,
Room 259
Rockville, Maryland 20850

Fax: 301-279-3529
Telephone: 240-740-3110
Email:  AEIquestions@mcpsmd.org  

Curriculum and Instructional Programs,  Office of Teaching, Learning, and Schools.

 

For Parents & Students

Resources for Parents and Students 

 

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