"Harvard-based Expeditionary Learning approach"
Students enrolled 700
Hours 7:45 AM - 3:15 AM
School leader Ehab Jaleel
Transportation options Yes
District Fulton County School District
After school Yes

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285 South Main Street
Alpharetta, GA 30009

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(678) 624-0989
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4 stars
Based on 62 ratings

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September 24, 2014
Amana Academy has provided a Wonderful experience for my daughters, they are both TAG students and they are constantly being challenged to reach their full potential, the student diversity is amazing, my kids have gotten to know kids from all around the world, this makes them more aware the world we live in. Thank you Amana for inspiring our children to be crew not only passengers!!!!

- submitted by a parent
September 12, 2014
We are new to the school and Amana provides us what we are looking for. Strong teachers who know how to get the best out of the kids. They push them to succeed and challenge them to work hard. This is Alpharetta's little hidden gem.

- submitted by a parent
August 18, 2014
I attended Amana Academy as a 6th grader when it first opened in 2006. I graduated as a 8th grader in 2008 with the first graduating class! Because I absolutely loved the Amana environment, I attended a charter high school. Because Amana challenged and prepared me, I was ready to take on college during my senior year by being enrolled in the Dual Enrollment Program at GA Perimeter College. After my senior/freshmen year, I attended GA State University in which I am currently a senior studying Communication with a minor in Psychology and Sociology! During this time, I decided to work to gain professionalism & to be able to pay for my Master's. When I thought of where I wanted to work, Amana Academy instantly came to mind. I sent in my resume, was interviewed, and then hired as the full time Paraprofessional for Kindergarten! Three weeks into working at Amana Academy, I am truly amazed at how much Amana has grown (300 students to 750) and how it continues to strive for what's best for everyone. I am truly blessed to have been part of this community and to finally be back in it.

- submitted by a teacher
August 04, 2014
My kids have been at this school for 5 years and we have been very happy. The small classrooms. The EL program is great! All staff and teachers knowing my children by name has been welcoming and personal ! My son needed extra help in reading and they quickly made arrangements to help him. One of the parents commented about the preference in school because of religion....We are Jewish and WE NEVER have been treated unfairly, in fact, we felt more welcomed at Amana than our old school up north! Thank you.

- submitted by a parent
July 28, 2014
My child attended this school two years ago and I voluntarily moved him to my neighborhood schools. Things I liked: lots of diversity. The annual International day event is very nice and lots of different cultures are represented. Things I didn't like: my son started in kindergarten and it was his teacher's 1st year teaching. She had little support and her inexperience hurt my child in the end - emotionally and academically. This was and continues to be a common theme at this school. His experience the following year was the same. This school struggles with wanting to compete academically with the public schools nearby, but with much fewer resources and talent. The kids pay a heavy price in the end. One final note, I know this isn't a popular comment, but there is a significant cultural bias at the school in favor of some of the kids who share common religious beliefs. This Was my experience at the time. My child's experience since leaving has been a 360 both academically and emotionally! We haven't experienced any of the challenges we faced while at Amana. It's confirmed that environment plays a key role in your child's success.

- submitted by a parent
April 30, 2014
I have truly enjoyed the past three years at Amana. My daughter has developed so well and staff has been amazing. Keep up the great work.

- submitted by a parent
April 30, 2014
I have three kids in this school and they all love it. My priority is safe and friendly environment where kids can gain confidence and Amana is so far the best school in providing this opportunity. Staff is very supportive and the best thing about Amana is that we parents are crew not passengers.

- submitted by a parent
October 02, 2013
I am a parent of a middle school child at Amana and couldn't be happier with the quality of education and the environment. I applaud the faculty and administration for the amazing work they do and feel so lucky to have this school as an option for my child.

- submitted by a parent
October 01, 2013
I am currently an eighth grader at Amana, and I have been there since fifth grade. I was, I admit, skeptical of the school beforehand, because of the uniform. Four years later, however, I realize how much easier the uniform is on everyone. It cuts down on bullying and makes the mornings much easier. Also, I have never personally had any accounts of bullying at Amana. I have seen very few disputes between my classmates, and they were addressed immediately and cleared up. The staffing of the school is definitely above the bar. I have been very fortunate in my past education. That being said, Amana has been successful in specifically addressing a student's needs one on one, where my previous schools have failed. Teachers strive to help and aid their students in any way they can. Something else I would like to point out, that other reviews seem to be lacking, is Community Circle. Before coming to Amana, I was very shy. After a year or two of doing community circle, I expressed myself more effectively. (Just a side note: Some of the reviews written by 'parents' do not sound like they are written by adults. The grammar mistakes and general rudeness do not sound mature and adult-like)

- submitted by a community member
August 05, 2013
The school has remedied the skirt uniform issue and now allows both knee length and ankle length skirts. A step in the right direction.

- submitted by a parent
July 09, 2013
Amana is an excellent school. I think involved parents will naturally have a better experience. When I go to the school to visit I find that there is always something new going on. I won't say its a perfect school, for example I don't like the front desk telling teachers you are on your way to their class and no that doesn't happen everywhere. I also don't think parent input is taken into accout at all times. The uniforms are nice but we need more vendors, especially for the jackets. The school buses really need monitors since k-8 share a bus, and there needs to be a better grasp on bullying. For an overall I think academically Amana is amazing. We just have small things to work on.

- submitted by a parent
July 08, 2013
The idea behind expeditionary learning is wonderful, however this school has a really long way to go. The administration tries hard to please parents above anything else and will often let behavior concerns off with a warning. Communication and organization left much to be desired. I would not send my kids to this school, nor would I want to work on the staff at this school. There is something to be said about a school that lets more than 30% of their staff go at the end of the year either due to non-renewal or resignation.

- submitted by a community member
July 01, 2013
I've attended this school and frankly I loved it. The whole atmosphere of the school is heart warming and if I had a kid they would more than likely end up going to Amana

- submitted by a community member
January 27, 2013
I am proud of our students and our school; and it is disheartening when someone who transferred their child mid-year and spent only 2-weeks at Amana could write a nasty and unjust review like the one posted on January 25, 2013. Our most recent parent survey through AdvancEd tells a different story. Overwhelmingly, parents are very positive on the school. Go Amana Eagles!

- submitted by a teacher
January 25, 2013
We relocated to the area and chose this school based on the excellent school tour we were given. We were really excited about the curriculum and the focus on leadership, character, and respect. BIG disappointment. HUGE disappointment. The middle school behavior problems are out of control. Students name calling, using profanity in the classroom, disrespecting the teachers, talking during tests and quizzes. The teacher probably has no parent support from these particular parents and no admin support, which I believe is the problem. When I brought my concerns to the Middle School principal she said she wasn't aware of the problems and would make some inquiries. Then never got back to me although she said she would call me the following day. Other parents I spoke to said they could write a book, it has been ongoing and nothing is going to change. My advice, realize kids are possibly attending the charter school because they have had problems in the district school. Also, the charter school wants to keep their enrollment up as to avoid losing their charter so they are not enforcing the student handbook rules. Unbelievable. Terrible school.

- submitted by a parent
December 10, 2012
This is my son's first year at Amana Academy. I really wish I had known about Amana some years ago. While my son got a pretty good education from his elementary school, I feel like he missed out on that "special something" that Amana offers. I love the cultural diversity and my son has excelled in Arabic. His teachers are fresh, innovative and eager to address the needs of the students. I get constant feedback on my son's progress. I also have had very pleasant experiences with the staff and other parents while volunteering at the school. I am looking forward to what the next few years will bring.

- submitted by a parent
September 17, 2012
Amana is a very special place. My oldest son started in 5th and graduated last year. He is now at FSA High, and though very different from Amana, he says he feels close to Amana still because many of his friends attend high school with him now. (How's that as praise from a kid who just left middle school?) The teachers are top-tier--many have PhD's. Diversity is welcome. My blond, green-eyed child stood out! He never once felt out of place, though. And the academics are rigorous but approached in such a way that learning is joyful. I'm so grateful for what Amana did for our family and my son's academic experience, which before 5th grade had been spotty.

- submitted by a parent
October 08, 2011
All of these 5 star reviews sound like they are written by the same person

- submitted by a parent
October 06, 2011
Amana Academy was just named Georgia'a 2011 Charter School of the Year by the Coca-Cola Foundation. Yay Amana!

- submitted by a parent
September 28, 2011
I moved from public school in 7th grade to Amana for 8th grade last year and I can not tell you how SNOTTY i was ! i didnt even realize it! i disproved of the school's "poorness" (just because they didnt have brand new things) and the dedication of the teachers. i was used to a public environment with cliques drugs lies and the such. but here, i learned to bond with the other students so well and we all became friends! at the end of the year, every student literally could not stop saying how the place was like a second home to us. it was such a deep environment, so free, so happy, so ...PURE that it was just beautiful! it was almost like a miniature heaven. the education was fabulous, we had fun everyday learning and that part surprised me the most. that i could laugh and joke while doing math! it was just too amazing to be true because amana taught me and the others not to be plastic. it taught us that we can be who we are and we don't have to worry about what others think. we even had some cheesy heart to hearts in class with the teacher where we'd talk about stuff while doing work and the teacher would hear it and explain it instead of telling us to be quiet. i love this school!

- submitted by a community member
August 19, 2011
I have a son who graduated from Amana and a current student there. The graduate started in 7th grade. He was immediately welcomed by staff and students alike. He never felt like an outside, as new students do in many traditional schools. My youngest has been here since kindergarten. He loves the diverse nationalities of his friends. He is always learning something new about their cultures. The Environmental Ed program is excellent. He is always coming home with a new "green" tip he has learned, and loves being a friend of the planet. In PE/Health, he has learned to make healthy food choices, and even tells me when something I serve is unhealthy. If you are looking for a small school environment, where you and your child will be known by all as a person, not just a number, where they get a holistic education in a culturally diverse environment, look no further than Amana! The first day of school this year he came home and said, "Mommy, I love my school!" That speaks volumes.

- submitted by a parent
August 19, 2011
Amana Academy is such an amazing school. My children have been going their since it first opened. My son is now a sophomore at Roswell High School. His transition last year from Amana to Roswell went by smoothly and he never struggled in any of his honors classes. My daughter is now in 7th grade and in TAG and loves going to school everyday. The middle school teachers are really amazing. I have been on many of the field studies and believe me they study and learn a lot. We are a very environmentally friendly school. Amana has many clubs and sports to choose from. Please do your children a favor by not listening to gossip when choosing your school. When your child can't wait to go to school everyday you will know they are in the right school.

- submitted by a parent
August 18, 2011
This is an Excellent school! My daughter graduated from Amana Academy and was so advanced she will graduate High School a year early. My younger children attend Amana and are thriving. I love this school and recommend it to any parents who are looking for a school with the right balance of educational excellence and nuturing.

- submitted by a parent
August 18, 2011
Amana has shown my family how a holistic school model that focuses on the environment, character and excellence leads to true student achievement. My son is thriving at this school. He loves the inclusive environment. We love the teachers, the amazing leadership, the parent organization and the positive energy. He has achieved nothing but the highest grades for five years in a row! 5 stars all the way!

- submitted by a parent
August 18, 2011
Amana has so many great aspects and accomplishments. The greatness starts at the top with the Executive Director and never stops! The teachers are fantastic and are highly educated. The environment is one of community and family. Parents are greatly involved on many levels. The education is superior and accomplished. I have definitely made the right decision by sending my child here, where she has thrived.

- submitted by a parent
May 25, 2011
I teach middle school at Amana. Below, please find my response to Mr. or Ms. April 27, which I hope you will find more useful than April 27's rant: "The Students Are Not Smart"-- Please refer to this year's CRCT scores. They will be available on Fulton County's website soon. You will find us at the top. "The students all have ADD"--Not even close to true, and I am also offended that this medical term would be used as an insult. Everyone learns differently, and we welcome that diversity. "The Students Are Disrespectful"-- They're teenagers, so sometimes this is true. But we use these mistakes as teachable moments and correct our students in a positive way. Major discipline infractions are handled in accordance with our official policies. And no, we're not going to tell you how we disciplined a child that is not yours. "The school is loud at any given moment": Yes, because the students are leading the class and working in groups. They are engaged, involved, and motivated. "The teachers dress and look like bums"--A put-down to those who are homeless, and also untrue. Typical "teacher wear" in MS includes: dress pants, nice blouses, jackets, dresses, skirts, and suits.

- submitted by a teacher
May 10, 2011
In response to the comment from April 27th: The school has more than 500 students, a waitlist, enthusiastic parents, students and teachers, and many of us parents have put their kids into Amana to NOT have a streamlined, one-size-fits-it-all, work sheet drilled student that other schools produce. My husband is a top level recruiter who sees the outcome of various educational models every day, and we feel that Amana with its Expeditionary Learning, which is naturally hands-on, active and also verbal, its unique approach and also its understanding of child and adolescent development serves the kids better than the mainstream educational system. The school prepares students for the challenges of the future in a globalized world better than our local school which supposedly is a "good school", just that it does not challenge the kids to think, question and be creative thinkers. Furthermore, the school actively teaches citizenship and respectful behavior. I wish that comments on this website at least were respectful towards the children and the teachers who work there, even if one doesn't like the educational model of the school.

- submitted by a parent
April 27, 2011
This school is a big joke. The middle school students are not smart at all. Not to mention, the teachers dress and look like bums. This school gives a big presentation to get you in there and if you are an involved parent, then you will see how horrible the school really is. They don't discipline the horribly behaved children or teach the kids to respect adults. I have never seen anything like this before. If there was a better staff and teachers, then this school could be a good one. Then the lady in the front is doing like 10 jobs at once. This school is loud at any given moment. I just cannot believe that this school is still operating and the ones that like this school cannot possibly be involved parents. This school would be better if they hired some better teachers and got a hold on their horrible kids; most of which seem to have A.D.D or some type of behavoir problem. If you love your children, do not send them to Amana.

- submitted by a community member
April 17, 2011
I am an Amana middle school student right now and I love my school! I wouldn't trade this school for any other because the teachers really care about us. I know my school is small and other kids complain because they don't think it's cool, but the more I look at other schools the more I know how special it is to be here. It is so great to have separate boy/girl classes and I get to go on so many trips that other kids never take. I wish it went through highschool.

- submitted by a community member
March 19, 2011
This is a great school because of the wonderful people however it has a very bad education. I took pre-algebra in 7th grade in my old school and when I moved to this school was forced to repeat it because they did not offer Algebra 1. It is also behind in science. I think the education in middle school is very bad. I had a very hard time in the beginning of 9th grade in honor classes because many of the other students had already done the main concepts of the course.This school also did not offer any extra clubs/ competitions however they have recently started some such as Science Olympiad and National History Day. It is not a good school for gifted/talented students as it has a weak education system. -Current high school student ( went to eighth grade in Amana)

- submitted by a community member
March 08, 2011
This is not a paid comment so Amana Academy is not going to get a 5 stars rating. Very few parents are happy with Amana but majority of them are unhappy and are pulling thier kids out of the school mostly because of academic reasons. Amana means "TRUST" but you cannot trust on school administration , School staff and the board ao i think the name of the school should be changed to Misamana Academy (Mistrust Academy). You will regret if you send your kid to this school. There are better options out there. Research and talk to others before you decide for your kid"s future. This is a sincere advice to save people from getting hurt.

- submitted by a community member
March 04, 2011
I'm a Amana Middle School Parent. Non- Arabic, all-American. So, I'm not sure what the last comment was about. If you want a serious academic environment, besides the bonus privilege of your child learning such a difficult and different language like Arabic. My child has been there since 5th grade, and we have not regretted once placing him/her there for Middle School years. The separate-gender classrooms in middle school year, yes, is different from regular schools, but that shows that students are there to really focus on learning, and not in mingling, dating, etc. The parent/teacher communication on that school is amazing! All teachers AND faculty knows your child and You by name, and I mean every single one of us.. And you always know what projects, or material they are studying. No matter what race or religion you are. They are very smart teachers and Faculty, and it shows! And the courtesy to deal with parents and students are beyond anything other schools have had it the past for us. We are extremely happy and proud, as is my child, to be part of Amana Academy.

- submitted by a parent
January 27, 2011
I am a parent of an Amana student and couldn't be more pleased. The school has a wonderful combination of strong leadership, parent involvement, great teachers, and diversity. The facilities could use some improvement (especially the gym area), but that is to be expected for such a fairly new establishment. Amana is very transparent and communicates effectively with parents. Homework is challenging for the appropriate grade levels. I am not aware of any school that has done as much as Amana in its 5 years of establishment.

- submitted by a parent
September 16, 2010
This school is a gem. It is nothing like other public schools. The teachers pour their heart and soul into making this small school successful and giving every child the best foundation possible. It is like one big family and your child is not just another number. The ethnic and religious diversity of the school is a true reflection of the real world. Having your children exposed to such diversity and the respect all cultures taught at the school is invaluable. I am so happy I found this school for my daughter.

- submitted by a parent
July 22, 2010
I moved to Fulton County from Cobb five years ago to start my children in Amana Academy the year it opened. I have never once regretted that decision. Amana Academy is a trailblazer of a school. It instituted an Expeditionary Learning model that reminds me of the Montessori school I attended as a child. The children are inculcated with a love of learning based on an exploratory approach that involves their senses and whole beings in the process. The teachers are top notch, the administration is richly qualified and highly skilled. The environment is peaceful and encouraging, and the school radiates the ideals we all wish were prevalent in our society at large. My ONLY complaint about Amana is that they don't have a high school. If they did, you can believe that my children, who were both promoted out of Amana's 8th grade, would be attending there.

- submitted by a parent
July 01, 2010
This school was very disappointing. It would be 10x better if it weren't for the teachers. The administration has a good take on things, but my daughter and her friends complained A LOT about the teachers. I set up conferences with them and nothing helped. The usual complaints were about discrimination, favoritism, and overall rudeness. The school has a large Arab/Muslim population, so if your child attends, they're likey to become subject to alot favoritism if they aren't Arab or Muslim. My daughter always talked about how they were treated better than the Christians or white/black/other children. She could be over-exaggerating, but shes never been a liar, so i believe her. I took her out of the school.

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January 24, 2010
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- submitted by a parent
November 07, 2009
Amana Academy is an amazing place to send your children. I have three children here.(one in 8th grade, one in 2nd grade, and one in KG) My 8th grader has grown so much since we enrolled her in 5th grade. The teachers are wonderful and they really care about their students' success. She is now a confident speaker and honor roll student. This school is a jewel.

- submitted by a parent
November 05, 2009
We are so happy that we got a spot in this Expeditionary Learning charter school. We had our son in regular local public kindergarten last year and made the shocking experience that after enjoyable preschool years, he started resenting school, didn't want to go there and never knew what he had learned that day. Worksheets, drills and testing. At Amana, he is thriving, emotionally, academically, and socially. He is very advanced in reading and good in math and gets to work on his level. He is engaged, gets to apply and reflect aout what he learns, sees a point why he is going to school. The field trips are awesome - he recalls every detail from those. We as parents and our son feel that everybody at the school is really nice. We couldn't be happier and are looking forward to sending our daughter there next year.

- submitted by a parent
June 29, 2009
I am impressed by the administration and board making a consistent effort to reach out to the parents. Most parents and staff are very involved and committed which equals a great learning environment and pleasant atmosphere. This school does require a committment from students and parents, which I feel contributes to it's excellent test scores!

- submitted by a parent
no rating June 05, 2009
I am a middle school student at amana academy and all I see in this school is achievement. This school has brought from a school of gangs and drugs to a school that helps you under any circumstance. All the students love the teachers and not just because you can actually call them your friends but also because they are there for you. And so I am proud to say that i am an Amana student!

- submitted by a student
May 04, 2009
Amana is so awesome i go there and even as a student it rocks forget random district schools this place is fun

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April 20, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
April 16, 2009
I have a high schooler who graduated from Amana last year and she is doing so well...straight As and honors classes. What's even more important to me is how well Amana prepared her for leadership. Many of the other kids in high school seem so concerned about fitting in and following the crowd. I see that Amana kids have stronger character and know how to solve probelms for themselves and I am so grateful she had two years at Amana. She misses the project work and all the field trips...I wish we had an Amana highschool!

- submitted by a parent
April 12, 2009
I am a middle school student attending Amana Academy. This is my second year, and I do not like it too much. I feel that the teachers have favorites and treat people differently. I do not like the teaching method, although I am in the National Junior Honor Society and excelling. I have friends that go to regular public schools and are learning things that I have not learned yet. I have a friend that just went to high school this year and she had a hard time because some of the things they said you should have learned already but she didn't and was a very good student beforehand. I think Amana Academy would be fine for an elementary school, but save yourself the trouble and send your child to a REGULAR middle school!

- submitted by a student
February 17, 2009
I am very pleased with Amana...I love the teaching method used (field studies and field trips)....There is truly a family atomosphere projected and for the most part conveyed....my only gripe is the lack of athletic programs....but i understand the money that is ava. goes toward the academic side....and I'll take that anyday.....there is always rec and parks!!!

- submitted by a parent
September 09, 2008
This is our second year at Amana and I have three children who love this school. We were at a traditional public school but I was becoming increasingly disappointed with the emphasis being placed on standardized testing beginning in Kindergarten. I see the ELOB method of teaching truly teaching my children learning for life and not simply teaching them to memorize a few facts for a test. I admit the homework and content that they are learning is more difficult but they are learning so much and have learned to appreciate reading and learning more. The parent involvement is also wonderful. Field studies allow the students to learn outside of the classroom and they remember what they learn. A parent mentioned prejudice issues with the school and we have not experienced any issues like that. Amana is a very nurturing learning enviornment for children.

- submitted by a parent
September 05, 2008
This school is a god send! I have had my kids in other more traditional schools and I became frustrated with the focus on standardized testing. I don't know what the other parent was saying about the teachers, beacuse my experience has been quite the opposite. The teachers are amazing! Finally, a tuition-free school in North Fulton where my kids are taught to think for themselves and get to learn outside the four walls of the classroom. It's the greatest hidden treasure out there...like a private international school. I just hope it stays small!

- submitted by a parent
August 21, 2008
I have seen this school make significant strides these past three years and they've done a great job managing what has been an incredible amount of growth - adding new teachers, moving to a new facility, handling explosive enrollment, etc. They offer things you can't get in the typical public school such as single gender classes, small class sizes, a more individualized approach to learning and a strong emphasis on taking learning outside the classroom (my kids average 10+ field trips per year). My kids have done extremely well in this environment and I an thankful we have a school like this in North Fulton.

- submitted by a parent
August 07, 2008
This school has been a huge disappointment. While the school has done positive things, the negative truly out way the good... positives include it's high focus on environmental matters, and has even received awards for the same; however, there are a lack of extracurricular activities/clubs for the children and the caliber of most of his teachers have been shockingly poor. The school continues to grow and it has therefore given none of the advantages of a huge school, with all of the disadvantages.

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August 02, 2008
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July 31, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
no rating June 17, 2008
Excellent school - great academics, lots of hands on activity, a safe and enjoyable learning environment for the kids.

- submitted by a parent
March 27, 2008
For a school that is not even 3 years old the school exceeded my expectations in many ways. The Parent involvement, the Teachers, the focus on enviromental issues and the inclusive culture has truly made my son passionate about his education and the world around him. He has progressed much more than i anticipated! Hats off to to a school with true dedication.

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March 27, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
March 09, 2008
As a middle school student , I felt very upset because they did not offer oppurtunities such as clubs to everyone , they only offered it to the same students . i felt very discouraged and i was prejudiced because i wasnt what the majority of our class was. I thought it would be a great school , but it isnt .

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March 04, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
January 03, 2008
I am a mother of a kindergarten child. I was not sure if this school would work for me as I grew up in a Private school enviroment. But I was curious to try it. The school has exceeded my expectations in every way. The teaching, the programs and the inclusive culture has made my son a very well rounded, appreciative and high achieving student that loves going to school every day. Hats off to such a new school that takes education and ethics so seriously!!

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December 21, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
August 13, 2007
This school is one of the best I have seen anywhere in the Atlanta area. Many teacher come from the top private schools and have a true passion for the kids and creative minds.

- submitted by a parent
May 25, 2006
The concept of ELOB education is effectively applied and practiced at Amana. Parents, Adminsitration as well as Teachers are very well aligned with and promoters of this school and its distinguished charter amongst other Fulton County charter schools. I, as a parent, am very glad that my daugher is attending this school.

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Amana Academy
285 South Main Street, Alpharetta, GA  30009
(678) 624-0989
Last modified Amana Academy is a Charter school that serves grades K-8. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 7 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Amana Academy Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 64 reviews. Top