EducationFeaturesPrivate Schools

Easing the Transition to a New School

Parents, Counselors and Headmasters Talk About Relocating Students
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Higher Ed Makes Atlanta Move Worth It

Inside the programs and degrees drawing out-of-state students to Atlanta
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Atlanta Checks All the Boxes

From low housing costs and high quality of life, to great schools and a thriving economy, Atlanta offers a lot to new residents.
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Top 10 Things To Do in Spring 2016

Visiting Atlanta for a weekend to scout out your new home, or just moved in and looking for some family-friendly fun? Check out Occupy My Family’s can’t-miss Spring 2016 events ...
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City Spotlight: Decatur

“The City of Decatur has evolved into a vibrant, small urban city.” – Catherine Lee, City of Decatur, Downtown Development Manager Founded in 1823, even before the City of Atlanta, ...
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Defining ‘Luxury’ in Atlanta’s Home Market

Merriam-Webster defines luxury as a condition or situation of great comfort, ease and wealth, and that reflects perfectly what the luxury home market is like in metro Atlanta, according to ...
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Atlanta Apartment Trends for 2016

If convenience tops your list of needs during your Atlanta home hunt, you’re not alone. In 2016, the majority of apartment seekers are looking for a living experience that puts ...
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Celebrate 100 Years of National Parks in Atlanta

To help celebrate 100 years of service Aug. 25, the National Park Service invites everyone to get outside and help ring in the centennial anniversary of America’s national parks, historic ...
Early Education

Atlanta Excels in Early Childhood Education

The quality of a child’s early childhood education creates a chain reaction, affecting the individual children and their families, as well as the overall childcare education system, economy and our ...