Montgomery Public Schools System Facts
The Montgomery Public School System is charting a course for student success!
Guided by a students-first philosophy, our mission is to maintain schools that are safe and caring communities where teachers teach and students learn at higher levels.
We know our students and their families bring diverse backgrounds, interests, skills and expectations to the classroom, that’s why we offer traditional schooling with a full range of curriculum. There are programs for children with special needs, throughout the district, including two separate special education centers and services for gifted students. There are also early childhood education programs and a host of supplemental educational services.
There are nine magnet schools that cover all grade levels and themes ranging from technology, science, performing arts, accelerated academics and international studies. Plus, our system had more National Merit and National Achievment Scholars than all the private schools in the tri-county area and public school systems in Autauga and Elmore counties combined.
Our schools are fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, and are stimulating environments led by qualified and dedicated teachers. Simply put, Montgomery Public School System has one focus…preparing students for life.
|Montgomery Public School Quick Facts|
Total Number of Schools
Middle/Jr. High Schools
Traditional High Schools
Special Education Centers
|Full-time Certified Personnel|
Full-time Support Personnel
Number of Teachers
Part-time Certified Personnel
Part-time Support Personnel
143 Regular routes
46 Special education routes
30 Magnet school routes
8 “No Child Left Behind” routes
4 Alternative routes
2 Hub site routes
The projected revenues for Montgomery Public Schools for the FY 2006-2007 school year is $271,839,473. Projected rexpenditures are $269,805,801.
60.98% State Taxes
21.79% Local Taxes
12.91% Federal Taxes
4.32% Other Sources
1.98% PreK, community programs
2.38% Debt Service
3.36% General administrative services
3.49% Capital Outlay
69.81 % Instructional Services