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Design is in the Details
The fine arts program at the Lovett School expanded its Design and Production curriculum this fall, allowing students who begin the program in eighth grade to study for five full years. The additional year...
Art and Design
Students at Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School now have another way to flex their creative muscles. A new Coding for Art course invites students to design their own works of art using computer science. The...
Full STEAM Ahead
A three-year grant to support strategic innovation has funded the creation of a new position at Trinity School, which serves students from age three through grade six. The STEAM Integration Specialist coordinates integrated learning...
Thanks to OmniGlobe, the world just got a little bit smaller for students at Woodward Academy. In fact, the new attraction at the upper school’s biotech lab puts the world right before students’ eyes....
By the Numbers
A new version of a long-established program to teach math is now in place at the Howard School. Teachers have been using the Singapore Math system, which uses concrete objects that can be manipulated...
Building a Better School
New renovation projects have been transforming The Walker School’s campus in Marietta. This fall, a new science and technology building opened its doors, offering the latest facilities for chemistry, physics, and robotics classes, as...
A world view
"By becoming a Round Square member school, we can uphold our mission and work to challenge students to learn about different global issues."
Sponsored Atlanta Public Schools
Atlanta Public Schools embarks on another full year of its journey of transformation
Atlanta Public Schools (APS) continues a journey of transformation that creates choice-filled lives for each and every child in Atlanta.
How Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School is trying to keep its student body diverse
ANCS’s diversity that was such a point of pride had become a victim of gentrification. In 2014, the school instituted a plan to boost the enrollment of students living on low incomes. “Diverse by design,” as the effort is called, has gained traction among charter schools across the nation, as the effort is called, has gained traction among charter schools across the nation, as more and more seek to assemble a student body of different socioeconomic statuses and racial backgrounds.
Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit High School gets a new lease on life—and a new building
When classes resume this month, 525 students—more than triple the number enrolled when Cristo Rey opened in 2014—will walk into a new home that’s double the size of its former location.