Education

A Place to Thrive

A Place to Thrive

You might feel your child requires more support than a conventional school can provide or that, despite the best efforts of all parties involved, their academic progress is stalling. No matter your reason for seeking one, there are numerous special needs schools to choose from in metro Atlanta. Here’s how your child can benefit from one, as well as some advice to help you with the selection process. read more

  • The Best of Both Worlds

    Educational options abound in metro Atlanta, which is home to top-rated public schools and outstanding private schools. Yet there is another category that also provides students and parents with unparalleled options: boarding schools. These institutions take the school experience to a different level, blending first-rate academic and extracurricular opportunities with a truly unique student living environment. read more

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    The Price is Right

    When considering college and university options, parents and students often avoid looking at private institutions because they tend to think that it may cost more than a public college or university. The truth is that’s not actually the case. Here, we look at some of the most prominent private institutions in the metro Atlanta area and what you can expect when it comes to costs and benefits.  read more

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    The Long and Winding Road

    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

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    Atlanta Schools Offer Programs for Special Needs Students

    Metro Atlanta is home to an array of schools that focus on everything from dyslexia and ADHD to hearing loss and executive function, allowing students to truly thrive during the formative middle school years. read more

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