Private Schools in Metro Atlanta

Private Schools in Metro Atlanta

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    Private Schools in Metro Atlanta: A Primer for Relocating Families

    The process of relocating comes with a bevy of important tasks, and finding the right school for your child is surely at the top of the list. If you are interested in sending your children to one of the metro area’s independent schools, this primer will help you begin to get acquainted with the metro Atlanta private school market and shares some essential details to consider as you begin exploring the options. read more

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    K-12 Metro Atlanta Schools-The Coach’s Perspective

    Athletic directors & coaches at private schools in the Metro Atlanta area recognize the importance of K-12 sports as a catalyst for students to grow and prosper while learning life’s lessons about winning and losing. Here from top Atlanta area private schools on their advice for your student read more

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    STEM Programs in Metro Atlanta private schools

    When you think about it, STEM is at the root of everyone’s daily lives,” shares Emily Adams, Science Department Chair and Innovative Teaching Chair at The Walker School in Marietta. In fact, teaching K-12 Metro Atlanta Georgia students to think logically, evaluate data, weigh the value of evidence, draw conclusions and communicate their insights to others are skills that will benefit them as they enter adulthood and contribute to the well-being of their families and communities. read more

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    Atlanta Georgia Private Schools-Students Choose Same School for K-12

    They’re often called “lifers,” those students who remain at the same school for the entirety of their primary and secondary academic careers. They move across grade-level divisions like any other student, mastering the elementary years before progressing into middle school and ultimately advancing up through the high school grades. However, their overall experience has a distinctive spin, as they receive their whole education from one independent institution over the course of 13 continuous years. read more