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Mission: The purpose of the American Indian Education Program (AlEP) is to address the culturally related academic needs of the American Indian/Alaska Native students enrolled in grades Head Start through Twelve in the Montgomery County Public Schools. The focus of the program is to supplement, not supplant, the academic program of the schools in which the students are enrolled. All enrichment activities take place after school, in the evenings, or during the summer.
Tutoring services for all grades are available on Tuesday and Thursday from 6-9 PM and on Wednesday from 3-6 PM. A lending library, a computer lab, and materials for project completion are available on-site
Participation in the American Indian Education Program
The parents of eligible students interested in attending the AIEP must fill out the 506 form, a copy of which is mailed to the parents on request. Please fill out the form completely, then sign and date it. Return to:
American Indian Education Program
Rocking Horse Road Center
4910 Macon Road
Rockville, MD 20852-2228
Summer activities take place in the evenings and include
The AIEP treasures the wonderful volunteer tutors in our tutoring program. The National Honor Society of Rockville High School, Georgetown Prep, and others have provided valuable services in courses as varied as Geometry, Honors Algebra IT with Analysis, Mathematics C, Biology, Latin, and French, and second grade spelling and sixth grade reading as well. The AIEP welcomes volunteer tutors, both students and adults. Those middle-school and high-school students seeking to fulfill their Student Service Learning (SSL) requirements for graduation are encouraged to contact the program at 301-230-0659.