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Administrator / Head Of School / Administration / Accreditation

The voluntary, multi-year AMS accreditation process affirms that a school is reaching standards of excellence recognized by Montessori educators worldwide.

School Quality

Achieving AMS accreditation opens the door to an exciting and rewarding new journey—one that can help your school build an ever-stronger, ever-closer community.

Head Of School / Administrator / Administration / Accreditation

The first step to AMS accreditation for your school is determining its eligibility.

Administrator / Head Of School / Administration / Accreditation

Find out what steps your school needs to take to earn AMS accreditation, along with details about timeline and fees.

Wednesday, June 15, 7:00 – 8:00 PM (ET) Members of the AMS School Accreditation Commission will walk participants through Facility and Financial. Join us to discuss and share.

Wednesday, May 18, 7:00 – 8:00 PM (ET) Members of the AMS School Accreditation Commission will walk participants through Personnel. Join us to discuss and share.

Wednesday, February 16, 7:00 – 8:00 PM (ET) Members of the AMS School Accreditation Commission will walk participants through Standard 4: Documenting and Using Results: Learner Outcomes. Join us to discuss and share.

Wednesday, July 20, 7:00 – 8:00 PM (ET) Members of the AMS School Accreditation Commission will walk participants through Standard 8: Records, Resources, & Support Systems, and Standard 9: Stakeholder Communication & Relationships. Join us to discuss and share.

Administration

The American Montessori Society School Accreditation Commission and the AMS Teacher Education Action Commission offer this resource to AMS schools and affiliated teacher education programs to clarify AMS’s definition of optimal uninterrupted work period in Montessori classrooms.

AMS accreditation is the highest level of recognition a Montessori school can achieve. About 15% of AMS’s member schools are AMS-accredited.

Administrator / Head Of School / Administration / Standards / Accreditation

To become accredited by AMS, a Montessori school must meet and maintain specific, rigorous standards of excellence. These standards define and demonstrate the quality and integrity of its program.

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