Curriculum Overview

Curriculum Overview

The AMPS curriculum aims to develop inquisitive, knowledgeable, and thoughtful young learners who act on their potential to make a positive difference in the local and international communities.

AMPS is an American curriculum standards-based school that follows the California Common Core State Standards for K-12 Math, English, Art, Music, Computer Science, French Language and Physical Education subjects. The California Next Generation Science Standards are implemented for K-12 Science subjects. Electives subjects in high school are aligned with US National Standards (American Psychological Association).

AMPS follows the Ministry of Education curriculum for K-12 Arabic, Islamic Studies, Social Studies, and Moral subjects.

The classroom environment is a learner centered environment where students engage in higher order thinking skills and collaborate with their peers. Academically, our goal is to prepare each student for the next phase in their educational journey, while cultivating a sense of curiosity and lifelong learning.

The AMPS school year consists of two semesters. The school year typically runs from August to June, with a winter holiday that starts in December and a spring break, which is usually in March/April.