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Albemarle Road Middle School
Magnet School of Excellence
School Information:
6900 Democracy Drive
Charlotte, NC 28212
Courier # 301
P: 980-343-6420 | F: 980-343-6501
Principal: Toni Perry
LC: Southeast
Bell Schedule: 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Grades: 6-8
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To empower our students by providing a nurturing, educational environment which fosters real-world critical analysis, promotes positive social involvement, and enables students to reach their maximum potential as contributing members of our global community.
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Albemarle Road Middle School is proud to be recognized by the National Forum to Accelerate Middle Grades Reform as a School to Watch. The National Forum to Accelerate Middle-Grades Reform is an alliance of educators, researchers, national associations, and officers of professional organizations and foundations committed to promoting the academic performance and healthy development of young adolescents.  Through its Schools to Watch® (STW) program, the Forum has developed criteria for identifying high-performing middle-grades schools, and created tools to help schools use the criteria and expand the program states across the United States and selected and honored hundreds of successful schools across the country. Our students and teachers worked tirelessly to achieve this recognition. Congratulations Hornets!

Check out the video below to hear the some of the great things happening at our school.

https://youtu.be/GIKINBP_3lU


IB MAGNET OPEN HOUSE VIDEO
Please click on the link below to view the open house video for Albemarle Road Middle School IB Academy.

https://youtu.be/PgXSe24SNUM



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CMS schools earn national magnet recognition

 

Magnet Schools of America gives merit awards

for excellence to 21 schools

 

CHARLOTTE, N.C., Jan. 23, 2020 — Twenty-one schools with magnet programs in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools have won national recognition for their specialized programs. Five schools earned the highest designation as a School of Excellence from the national organization Magnet Schools of America. Sixteen others were named Schools of Distinction.

 

“Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools is proud to have such a range of magnet programs for our students,” said Earnest Winston, superintendent. “These recognitions also speak to the hard work of our teachers. I am grateful to them for how they serve students every day.”

 

The awards, given each year, go to schools that show a strong commitment to academic standards, demonstrate curriculum innovation and have diversity in enrollment.

 

In addition to academics, curriculum and diversity, the schools are also judged on community partnerships and parent involvement. To be considered, a school must submit a detailed application, which is scored by a panel of educators.

 

The five schools winning the School of Excellence award were Albemarle Road Middle, Huntingtowne Farms Elementary, Idlewild Elementary, Park Road Montessori and Piedmont IB Middle.

 

“We feel proud and honored to be recognized as part of an elite group of magnet schools,” said Brittany Maxwell, principal at Huntingtowne Farms. “Our students and staff have worked extremely hard to provide quality IB instruction for all of our students. Every day we see the success of our magnet program.”

 

The 16 schools recognized as Schools of Distinction were Blythe Elementary, Cotswold Elementary, East Mecklenburg High, Elizabeth Traditional Elementary, Highland Mill Montessori, Irwin Academic Center, J.M. Alexander Middle, Kennedy Middle, Mallard Creek Elementary, McClintock Middle, North Mecklenburg High, Northwest School of the Arts, Paw Creek Elementary, Shamrock Gardens Elementary, Tuckaseegee Elementary and Winget Park Elementary.

 

The schools will be formally recognized during an awards ceremony at Magnet Schools of America's national conference in Clark County, Nev., in April. To learn more about Magnet Schools of America, click here.


 

           

 

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