2012 was the eighth consecutive year in which AMS enjoyed a participation rate of
at least 92% in its three annual parent-teacher conferences.
In 2012, 15% of graduating seniors passed the AP Calculus exam, with 10% earning a score
of 4 or 5.
71% of seniors graduating in 2011 and 2012 enrolled in four-year colleges or
universities. 90% enrolled in post-secondary educational institutions. 94% of them
graduated from AMS on time.
In 2010 AMS was the recipient of $100K technology grant from the Office of the Bronx
InsideSchools.org says AMS offers "high expectations and lots of support."
AMS was named the 2009 nation-wide
Intel School of Distinction
for middle school mathematics. The Intel Corporation chose AMS for this
award from among hundreds of schools all around the United States, "for their
extraordinary commitment to instituting 21st century teaching and learning
environments and implementing innovative programs that inspire their
students to excel in the areas of math and science."
New York City's Best Public Middle Schools,
Clara Hemphill says AMS is "quickly building a reputation for its high academic standards,
stellar attendance rates, and noteworthy student achievement in math and science."
InsideSchools.org names AMS one of its "noteworthy schools."
The New York City Department of Education tabs AMS a "well-developed school" in its
2008-09 Quality Review Reports.
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