This study presents an in-depth look at a two-way bilingual education program at a middle school. The author examines the curriculum, instruction, and assessment practices against the criteria of effective two-way bilingual programs identified by researchers. Two-way bilingual education programs present an alternative model of bilingual education for all. Students with limited English proficiency and English proficiency can be taught side by side with both groups achieving high levels of bilingualism and biculturalism, both highly desirable skills in the twenty-first century and a global economy. These programs have been identified by researchers as highly effective for all students.