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Nov 18 2016

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Atlanta

Board of Education

The Atlanta Board of Education establishes and approves the policies that govern the Atlanta Public School system. The Board consists of nine members, representing six geographical districts and three “at-large” districts. One person is elected per district to represent the schools in a given district for a four-year term.

Under the provisions of the new board charter, approved by the Georgia Legislature in 2003, Board members elect a new chair and vice-chair every two years. The day-to-day administration of the school district is the responsibility of the Superintendent, who is appointed by the Board.

Schools by District

Elementary Schools:Atlanta Neighborhood Charter (K-5), Benteen, D. H. Stanton, Dobbs, Hope-Hill, The Kindezi School-Old Fourth Ward (K-5), KIPP Vision Primary (K-2), Mary Lin, Parkside, Slater, Thomasville Heights, Wesley International Academy (K-5)

Middle Schools:Atlanta Neighborhood Charter (6-8), KIPP Vision Academy (5-8), Martin Luther King, Jr. Price, Wesley International Academy (6-8)

High Schools: The New Schools at Carver, Henry W. Grady*, Maynard Holbrook Jackson (*Shared by District s 1 3)

Elementary Schools: Bethune, Centennial Academy (K-5), Dunbar, F.L. Stanton, Finch, M.A. Jones, The Kindezi School-Westlake (K-5), KIPP Strive Primary (K-3),KIPP West Atlanta Young Scholars (WAYS) Primary (K-1)

Middle Schools: Brown, Centennial Academy (6-7),KIPP Strive Charter (5-8), KIPP West Atlanta Young Scholars (WAYS) Academy (5-8). The Kindezi School-Westlake (6-8)

High Schools: Booker T. Washington, Frederick Douglass, KIPP Atlanta Collegiate (9-12), North Metro

Elementary Schools: Burgess-Peterson Academy, Drew Charter (K-5), Morningside, Springdale Park, Toomer, Whitefoord

Middle Schools:Drew Charter (6-8), Inman

High Schools:Adult Literacy Program, Alonzo Crim Open Campus. Drew Charter (9-11), Henry W. Grady* (*Shared by District s 1 3)

Residential Flexible Learning Program:Hillside Conant (Grades 2-12)

Elementary Schools:Atlanta Classical Academy (K-5), Brandon, Brandon Primary, E. Rivers, Garden Hills, Jackson, Jackson Primary, Smith, Smith Primary

Middle Schools:Atlanta Classical Academy (6-8). Sutton

High Schools:Atlanta Classical Academy (9 th ), North Atlanta

Elementary Schools: Adamsville Primary, Beecher Hills, Bolton Academy, Boyd, Connally, Fain, Grove Park Intermediate, Miles Intermediate, Peyton Forest, Scott, Towns, Usher-Collier Heights, Westside Atlanta (K-4). West Manor, Woodson Primary


Middle Schools:
Harper-Archer, Young


High Schools:
Benjamin E. Mays, TheWest End Academy


Single Gender Schools:
B.E.S.T. Academy (6-12), Coretta Scott King Academy (6-12)

Elementary Schools: Cascade, Cleveland Avenue, Continental Colony, Deerwood Academy, Fickett, Gideons, Heritage Academy, Humphries, Hutchinson, Kimberly, Perkerson, Venetian Hills

Middle Schools: Bunche, Crawford W. Long, Latin Academy Charter School (6-8), Sylvan Hills

High Schools: D.M. Therrell, TheForrest Hills Academy, South Atlanta

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