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1 Beacon Street
Boston, MA, 02108
United States

617-725-0000

ANet is a nonprofit dedicated to the premise that every child in America deserves an excellent education and the opportunities it provides. We pursue our vision of educational equality in America by helping schools boost student learning with great teaching that is grounded in standards, informed by data, and built on the successful practices of educators around the country.

Alabama

Achievement Network works with 27 schools in Montgomery. For more information about our Alabama network, please contact Vaughn Thompson or call 901-842-9261.


Montgomery 2017–18 cohort 

  • Goodwyn Middle School
  • Chisholm Elementary
  • Highland Gardens Elementary
  • Georgia Washington Middle School
  • Nixon Elementary
  • Southlawn Middle
  • Martin Luther King Elementary
  • Brewbaker Middle
  • Dannelly Elementary
  • The Fews School
  • Davis Elementary
  • McKee Middle
  • Southlawn Elementary
  • Highland Avenue Elementary
  • Brewbaker Intermediate
  • Bellingrath Middle
  • Johnson Elementary
  • Capitol Heights Middle School
  • Dunbar-Ramer School
  • Fitzpatrick Elementary
  • Morris Elementary
  • Lanier HS
  • Jefferson Davis HS
  • Robert E. Lee HS
  • Carver HS
  • Park Crossing HS
  • Floyd Elementary

In addition to full partnerships with the schools above, ANet works with Montgomery Public Schools to provide more tools and professional development to a large number of schools.

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Vaughn Thompson has been a champion for education even from his roots in Brooklyn, NY. After graduating from Clark University, he returned to NYC and began a career in finance. After working for several Wall Street firms, he decided to pursue the dream of his life and join a field that was short on praise, but more personally fulfilling—education.

After serving as school leader in NYC, Vaughn continued his career in educational leadership as a consultant and an instructional leader at several New Jersey charter schools and other growing educational entities focused on increasing student achievement throughout New York and New Jersey. Vaughn was the founding principal of Eagle Academy for Young Men of Newark, the first all-boys public school in the state of New Jersey.

Vaughn continues to work steadfastly to mold the young minds of our geniuses, especially young men of color.