Atlanta Academy serves 350 preschool-8th grade students in North Atlanta. Our mission to give every student the individual attention they need to succeed is at the core of everything we do. Small class sizes allow our teachers to understand their students’ individual strengths and help them discover their own unique talents. High performing student achievement is nurtured in an inclusive, non-denominational atmosphere, where families are engaged.… Read More »
AHA! School Information Reference
- Atlanta Public Schools 2020-2021 Calendar and Plan for Re-Opening
- Cobb County Schools 2020-2021 Calendar and Plan for Re-Opening
- DeKalb County Schools 2020-2021 Calendar and Plan for Re-Opening
- Directory: AAAIS (Atlanta Area Association of Independent Schools)
- Directory: Private Schools with Open Houses and Campus Tours
- Directory: Public Schools (Dunwoody, Chamblee, & Sandy Springs)
- Directory: Home School Options
- Dunwoody Christian Academy Presents Day Camps with Virtual Learning Assistance
- Educate Dunwoody – Join now to advocate for our public schools!
- Fulton County Schools 2020-2021 Calendar and Plan for Re-Opening
- Gwinnett County Schools 2020-2021 Calendar and Plan for Re-Opening
- Private School: Key Dates for Applicants
- Testing: SSAT for Private School Applications
by Audra H. Anders for The Aha! Connection
I love football. Especially high school football. The band…the cheerleaders…the Friday night lights…and the Wildcat touchdowns…and for the past 4 years #11! For practically the past 18 years one of my boys has been on the football field every single fall. Those days are over but my hubby and I have always planned to root on the DHS Wildcats from the stands (or in the case of my hubby…the radio booth) every Friday night we are in town. … Read More »
Finding virtual learning at home stressful? Spots are available in the MJCCA’s Club J Your Way program, which provides virtual learning support and a social and physical outlet on the MJCCA’s 52-acre campus. Kids will be in small groups when they attend virtual school and while enjoying activities like sports, ropes course, arts & crafts, and more.… Read More »
The Duke University Talent Identification Program (TIP) recognizes academically talented students, using scores on standardized tests at or above the 95th percentile as its criteria. This year, nearly 63% of Cornerstone’s current 7th grade students, the most in school history, qualified for the program: Clara Allen, Sadie Archibald, Madeline Austin, Hudson Barrett, Katherine Beck, Kelsey Brown, Addison Brown, Rett Bush, Cole Creel, Jackson Dill, Juliette Dill, Jack Dowling, Callie Edwards, Charlie Frame, Will Hawkins, Gigi Gracie Henderson, Ben Hester, Hannah Hightower, Avery Hoffstedder, Ellie Hudgins, Ethan James, Lacie Jones, Derek Lee, Ryan Moleta, Kaitlyn Moss, Chloe Nylund, Eli Rickell, Hunter Rodgers, Spencer Schenke, Maddox Thomas, Abby Thorpe, Caroline Trice, Jackson Vanke, Cole Young.… Read More »
We will pick up your glass food and beverage containers weekly (Monday pm) right from your doorstep and take them to the recycling center for you!… Read More »
To: DCSD Parents
From: Mr. Antwyn Brown, Chief of Staff
Through: Mrs. Cheryl Watson-Harris, Superintendent
Subject: School Re-Opening Survey
As we continue to monitor daily data reports received from the Department of Public Health and the CDC, we want to also ensure that we are monitoring feedback from our stakeholders. We will capture stakeholder feedback through our School Re-Opening Survey. … Read More »
The Georgia Independent School Association (GISA) has named four Wesleyan School faculty members GISA Master Teachers, the school announced today.
Cathy Cailor (first grade); Ashley Kuehne (middle school English); Jen Sheppard (middle school science); and Corrie Nash (high school math) were all selected after completing a detailed application process through GISA this past spring.
To be accepted into GISA’s Master Teacher program, candidates must submit a detailed application.… Read More »
Jennifer Laing Copeland
The DHS Remote Learning Guide is a valuable resource published on the DHS Virtual Learning Website. It is a live document that is updated regularly with content to help you and your student acclimate to remote learning.
- Getting Started with Remote Learning at DHS
- Virtual Learning Student Tech Support
- Remote Learning Instructional Schedule
- Teaching & Learning
- Student Attendance
- Grading Protocol
- Supporting Students with Disabilities
- Counseling and Support Services
- Meal Distribution Plan Overview
- Contact Us
Educate Dunwoody was created to advocate for all the public schools and all the public school students of Dunwoody. Issues central to the group include, but are not limited to overcrowding and school safety.
Spruill Center for the Arts has learning pods available for rent. Our pods are for groups of up to 6 kids and rate is $750 per week with a 1-month minimum rental. The classroom we provide will have a computer, projector and screen. Wi-Fi access is included. We also have an enclosed outdoor courtyard area for the kids.… Read More »
Note from Audra:
Señora Bilbao is my son Walt’s favorite teacher of all time. He has several amazing favorites but he admitted that she tops the list. She’s fun, engaging, smart, and an excellent teacher. She makes learning Spanish fun. Email her ASAP if you need help with Spanish.
Note from Señora Bilbao:
My name is Ana Bilbao-Granadillo and I teach Spanish 3 – AP at Dunwoody High School.… Read More »
St. Martin’s Episcopal School is Atlanta’s preschool through 8th grade experience dedicated to graduating well-rounded individuals ready to wholeheartedly embrace life. We do this by giving students the personalized attention, instruction and support they need as they learn about the world and themselves through intellectual adventures, extracurricular opportunities and spiritual formation. We believe the transition from children to young adults is a time to savor and celebrate, and the best time to develop a strong foundation on which students can build for the rest of their lives. … Read More »