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These sought-after schools still have a few open seats for fall. Apply today!
Serving 375 preschool-8th grade students, Atlanta Academy encourages active learning and engagement. Leadership opportunities and the promotion of executive functioning skills help students build confidence and grow into well-educated, independent problem-solvers prepared to excel in high school and beyond.
Serving students in grades 4-12, Capstone Academy’s innovative structure delivers high-quality college-prep education while also empowering students with the flexibility they need to pursue extracurricular passions. Capstone Academy is fully operational with investments in new technology, protocols and air quality enhancements.
The Friends School of Atlanta offers PreK3-8th grade. Educating for peace and justice, the school community is grounded in such enduring values as equality, integrity and stewardship. Students are prepared to excel at higher levels of learning and empowered with the conscience, conviction and compassion to change the world.
This state charter school in south Atlanta serves grades K-10 and provides a new model for a higher-standard, values-based education. A curriculum based on the E5Core (Economics, Engineering, Ethics, Expression, Entrepreneurship) emphasizes comprehension, problem-solving, and real-world application to ensure scholars become critical thinkers and leaders.
HTCSAT is a K-5 state charter school serving students zoned for Atlanta Public Schools. Georgia’s first elementary computer science school, HTCSAT employs data-driven instruction and researched-based teaching strategies for strong academic growth. HTCSAT students are inspired to become well-rounded technological citizens.
ICAGeorgia is a K-5 Japanese-English Dual Language Immersion State Charter School. ICAGeorgia broadens the horizons of students in Georgia so that they may become global citizens who promote peace. Students participate in local and global-level service learning projects and Japanese cultural events.
High Meadows School inspires children to think critically, learn creatively, act globally, and live compassionately. Adventure and play go hand-in-hand with extraordinary academic preparation. From an outstanding faculty to small classes and an acclaimed curriculum, High Meadows is an exceptional place to learn and grow.
Preparing children from preschool-12th grade with an education rooted in the Catholic faith, HSP’s Classical approach combines traditional academic subjects with Latin, Greek, fine arts, and 21st-century technology, along with theology and philosophy. Students grow in faith and intellect, learning to think prudently and act compassionately.
Science Akadémeia is a full-day, year-round program for children ages 2-6. Students are immersed in engineering design and scientific experimentations to cultivate their innate curiosity. Through science, students develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills to understand the world around them. After school care for kids up to 12 years.
Seeds of Excellence is dedicated to nurturing the whole child: spirit, mind, and body. Serving students 6 weeks-5th grade, SOECA offers a challenging academic program in a nurturing environment. Students engage in experiential, hands-on learning to develop a strong academic foundation and master new concepts and skills.
Springmont’s authentic Montessori experience balances academics with social/emotional well-being. Individualized, hands-on learning inspires a diverse and inclusive community of students to become creative, independent thinkers. Limited seats for the 2021-22 school year are available for Primary students (ages 3-6).
Tabula Rasa offers a Total Spanish Immersion Program for infants through PreK and a Bilingual Spanish/English program for K-grade 5, with French offered as a third language. The curriculum balances language development, music, art, math and social sciences. Students are challenged to become responsible, caring citizens.
At The Walker School, the infinite worth and dignity of each student defines their approach to learning. A PK3-12th grade school, Walker is open to all faiths and each child is known. Students can star in a musical, represent their school on the soccer field and design a genetic research project. There is something for everyone.