It’s not too late. After a year of unknowns, parents are reevaluating and willing to change course seeking the best learning environment for their child. You want smaller class sizes, specialized curriculum, communication with parents, ability to adapt and more. Schedule a tour with one of these schools and learn more about their availability for enrollment now!

Annunciation Day School

Annunciation Day School (ADS) serves a diverse community of children in Preschool through 8th grade and is accredited by COGNIA. With no more than 16 students per class and 68% of teachers holding master’s degrees or higher, your child will receive individualized attention to help them thrive and excel. ADS offers morning and after-school care, clubs and sports. When you enter the doors, you will find a school filled with joy and a love of learning centered in Christ, Children and Community.

Atlanta Heights Charter School

Atlanta Heights Charter School never set limits on how much your child can achieve. Endless  opportunities are created for your child to become their best. Instruction is shaped to build on the strengths and abilities of each child and make moral focus lessons part of every school day. As a result, the students thrive. Atlanta Heights is dedicated to developing students through rigorous instruction that empowers them to become their very best. Call today at 404-472-3003.

Brandon Hall

Brandon Hall, a nationally ranked Niche A+ School, offers both AP and IB curriculum as well as a learning support center. They serve students in grades 6 – 12 and are a co-educational day and boarding school. Small classes are a priority, with an 8:1 student-to-teacher ratio. Students are encouraged to find their voice and passion through a variety of clubs, arts, and GHSA team athletics. Their community values each student and challenges them to lead lives of leadership, scholarship, and service. Rolling admissions. Apply today.

Georgia Connections Academy Charter School

Georgia Connections Academy Charter School, grades 5-12 expands the ways your child can learn. All while igniting their passions and helping them gain the life skills they need to thrive in the modern world. Designed specifically for online learning, our curriculum not only meets educational standards, it engages students’ minds and hearts. From exploring the world around them to building social and emotional skills, our students make the most of every moment.

GRACEPOINT School

GRACEPOINT is a private, Christian school committed to equipping dyslexic students in grades 1-8 with the skills needed to become independent, confident learners. A comprehensive, high-quality education program combines remediation with enrichment and acceleration, allowing students to transition into a more traditional educational environment. GRACEPOINT utilizes the Orton-Gillingham method, a multisensory approach woven into all subject areas. Located in an independent building on the campus of Piedmont Church in Marietta. Schedule a tour to learn more.

International Charter Academy of Georgia

International Charter Academy of Georgia (ICAGeorgia) is a K-5 Japanese-English Dual Language Immersion State Charter School providing rigorous academic instruction aligned with Georgia Standards in both languages. ICAGeorgia aims to broaden the horizons of students so that they may become global citizens who promote peace around the world. Students have opportunities to participate in local and global-level service learning projects and Japanese cultural events such as JapanFest, tea ceremony, calligraphy, rice pounding and more. Apply today!

McGinnis Woods School

McGinnis Woods School offers a rich Preschool – 8th grade education. The beautiful school campus located in Forsyth County includes a Nature Explore outdoor classroom. McGinnis Woods offers in person and remote learning. Instruction is student-centered and hands-on with a focus on STEM. The school is a 1:1 iPad environment and features small classes with teacher assistants and superior academics that inspire a love of learning. Field trips, extra-curricular offerings and leadership opportunities round out the curriculum. After school programs are available.

Mill Springs Academy

Mill Springs Academy provides a values-based, college preparatory environment for students with learning differences in kindergarten through 12th grade. Small class sizes and individualized instruction allow teachers to meet each student where they are and teach the way each individual student learns. MSA’s school-wide community structure encourages students to participate in their own education, teaching self-advocacy, social problem-solving skills, and how to forge their own path.

Mount Pisgah Christian School

Mount Pisgah Christian School is a leading Preschool through 12th grade independent school  located in the heart of North Fulton with a mission to provide an outstanding college preparatory education grounded in Christian faith and values. MPCS is educating with intention by engaging students through student-centered learning brought to life in academics, athletics, the arts and spiritual life. New this fall: Bus transportation for Johns Creek, Roswell, Milton, Forsyth, Peachtree Corners and Dunwoody.

The Piedmont School of Atlanta

The Piedmont School of Atlanta – Differences Don’t Define Us! Piedmont provides a regular education curriculum delivered through differentiated instruction to students with autism, learning disabilities, and attention deficit disorder in grades kindergarten through high school. The  curriculum focuses on academics, social and emotional, and adaptive life skills. A rich, diverse program enables students to achieve these goals. Piedmont prepares students to exercise options for either college or vocational training upon graduation. Call for more information. Few openings remain.

Woodward Academy

Woodward Academy is Atlanta at its very best. Intentionally bringing together students from diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and experiences, Woodward creates a richer learning  community with exceptional academic opportunities. Their students and graduates are caring and compassionate global citizens who are a microcosm of what the world should be. Making a commitment to do their best and use differences to nurture conversation and understanding is the Woodward Way.

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