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September 10, 2014
Our daughter entered this school in the 5th grade after we had been relocated to Atlanta for work. She was bullied from the start by a very mean clique of extremely rich girls. Every time we approached someone in an official capacity we were told, "Well, those girls couldn't be doing that. Their parents are fine, upstanding members of the school community." Later we found out that these parents contribute large sums to the school's annual giving campaign every year. The quality of teachers was also subpar. In 7 years at this school my daughter never had a decent teacher in either math or science. This unfortunately led to very low scores on those sections of the ACT. For the social, academic, and administrative reasons above, if you value your child's education, I would strongly encourage you to look at other private schools in Atlanta.

- submitted by a parent
April 30, 2014
My family is very pleased with the level of education our children are receiving at AIS. It is a very enriching, diverse, caring and safe environment. Teachers and staff truly care for our children and our children are thriving. Families are from all parts of the city and are active in the community.

- submitted by a parent
December 17, 2013
I've had two children at AIS, and it is a mixed blessing. For my oldest child it worked out well. My younger child, not as well. Their language program is great and my children each speak three languages. however, socially it is hard. In recent years we have noticed the school getting snootier and the caliber of students diminishing to the point where many are now struggling with the IB. The trimester system is a mess and the teachers are very unhappy. So there it is, your children will learn languages and work hard, but they will not enjoy the social situation. Last personal note. I agree with one of the previous comments. The French really do stick to themselves and actively shut others out. I've been to France and the people there are lovely. So it's not a French thing. Perhaps it is a French at AIS thing.

- submitted by a parent
August 24, 2013
Atlanta International School was the biggest mistake I ever made in my educational career. I am presently a senior applying for college and I left AIS a year ago. The colleges DO NOT ACCEPT AIS's math as an acceptable math subject. AIS put me several grade levels behind in math. The teachers do not care about their students and the faculty attempts to justify unfair treatment by these teachers. I still hold resentment for certain subjects as a whole because of how the teachers handled it. AIS is a scam. Smart parents should do their research before sending their children there.

- submitted by a community member
May 28, 2013
AIS is an amazing school. All the people there are so wonderful and positive all the time. I learnt 4 languages at the school and am native in 3. I didn't know any other than english when I started at age 4. It gives you such a wonderful experience to grow up with people from all around the world. The teacher are good at what they do and know how to teach in the right way. It hurts me to see that others have not enjoyed AIS as much as I have because it truly is fantastic. The school pushes you to be the best that you can be and builds strong students that can succeed in the real world. It is a hard school, but the people that come out of it are better because of it. Important life skills are learnt and almost everyone who leaves AIS is better because of the experiences had there. I have never heard of any bullying or bad treatment at the school and everyone should check it out! Alumni 2012

- submitted by a community member
May 12, 2013
AIS This school sound very good on paper. If you are not native speaker in German, Spanish or French -- good luck... They will not tell you that you will need a tutor or nanny to teach your kids language. Some of the teachers are great and very enthusiastic and some have absolutely no clue what they doing... Some PS teachers have no special skills and knowledge at early adulation... You will get a thousands emails about donations/donations/donation and none about you kids progress or problems... For that you will need schedule a meeting with teachers or find out about it at the conference that may be way too late to fix something... Overall my kids are ok but because we do earl with them extra at home... But ask yourself I you want to pay 20K for that.. Big disappointment... Phony school!

- submitted by a parent
March 16, 2013
AIS was the most precious gift my parents have ever given me. The staff and faculty at the school are absolutely exceptional and always went out of their way to make sure that I was my best academically and socially. I do not think that I would have been able to succeed in such a rigorous program as the IB without the constant support of the administration and teachers. The students were also all generally very nice and unique-being from all over the world. Anything that came close to bullying was immediately addressed by the administration to the highest degree. AIS also has a wonderful theatre program that is above par to any other high school. The language program is definitely like nothing else and has left me breezing through my language classes in university with ease. I couldn't be prouder to be an AIS alumna and I will always cherish the memories and the support I received from the school. When I break from this poor, college student status, I will without a doubt make annual donations.

- submitted by a community member
August 24, 2012
My child spent 12 years at this school; we couldn't see it through financially. My child did learn how to enjoy learning ; in the pre-k thru 5th grade the teachers were awesome, although the admistration was horrible in the primary section;in middle school the "money" started to matter more and more in admission decisions and among parents cliques....including the language tracks of students and the quality of the teachers was ok for the most part; in high school there were a few ultra long term teachers who dictate the course of your student's life at the school - that is simply unacceptable. Too many parents get jobs at the school which in my view gives certain students a better treatment versus others; the school wouldn't work with us financially to allow our child to graduate there, and indeed did not release our child's transcript until all of the tuition was paid...overall very disappointed with how were were treated over well a decade of service to the school volunteering, etc :-(

- submitted by a parent
August 08, 2012
Ouch! So sad to read such a negative review of what is, essentially, a great school. To the previous reviewer, I'm sorry your bullying experience wasn't resolved to your satisfaction. Sadly every school has bullying so, hopefully, your next experience will be better. Wow...no school is perfect but I have never come across a school which is more open to discussion with parents and students, and to trying to improve the way they do things. If your child is smart, verbal and highly intelligent, this could well be the school for you since AIS offers something for everyone, no matter what his/her interest or strength. As a full IB school, AIS offers a challenging level of academics and many extra curricula opportunities. The school and parents go to great lengths to welcome new students and families; I have spoken with secondary students, new to the school, who were amazed that everyone was so friendly and helpful. This school is not 'international' in name only. If your child attends AIS, they cannot help but receive an education with a global perspective.

- submitted by a parent
July 24, 2011
I just graduated from AIS in May 2011 and I am now enrolled in undergraduate studies in the New York area. AIS provides a high quality education and the focus is on the student. The number of teachers I had over nine years who helped me, inspired me, and allowed me to grow ... just incredible. I can't speak much for the administrative side of things but the instruction was first rate. I feel prepared for whatever comes next. I grew at AIS through my participation in organized sports, theatre, music, and creative writing. The IB program is serious stuff and will be a challenge for anyone. I made it through, though! I only wish I could have taken both theatre and music in the IB Diploma Program. Both of those programs are great and taught by amazing instructors, but IB only allows one group six subject. Also, there are numerous opportunities to travel internationally as an AIS student. I participated in THIMUN two years and got to see Holland, Germany and met many other students from around the world. One thing I would like to see AIS improve upon would be the communication. All around, this is an area that needs some work. I am proud to be an AIS alumnus now!

- submitted by a community member
March 28, 2011
I am a student at AIS and have been since 4-year kindergarten. In high school now, I definitely would say that AIS has become a home to me. I am always encouraged by my teachers who have my best interests at heart and find that AIS helps me and my classmates to have a balanced life. With the help of teachers and counselors, I'm able to strive in academics, physical health, and do community service through AIS. I love that AIS has no "cliques". I feel like I am very much a part of the lives of all my classmates and the social environment is anything but exclusive. Although I was only a new student when I came in kindergarten, I know that the new students who join my grade and others are always taken in. People always take the time to get to know them. I think because the grades are small, we soon become a family (even though that sounds clich ) and there is always support for those who need it. I also have a great relationship with the faculty and enjoy talking with the cafeteria ladies, as we know each other by name. I appreciate and treasure the opportunity of coming to AIS and hope that others can be changed by the school that has had such a large role in nurturing my growth.

- submitted by a community member
October 18, 2010
What a wonderful schools AIS is. From its leadership, faculty, staff, community, etc. AIS is without a doubt the best international school in Atlanta, Georgia. AIS is located 2890 North Fulton Drive, Atlanta, GA (404) 841-3840

- submitted by a parent
May 01, 2010
Both our son and daughter are in the secondary school at AIS and have a truly exceptional educational and cultural experience. They have close friends from both Europe and Latin America and are both actively participating in exchange programs. Theater and model UN are two particularly strong extracurricular activities. There is also a strong soccor team although other sports are not emphasized. The teachers are a much more interesting group of people than one finds at secondary schools and on the whole are very engaged and involved with the students. Parents have been extremely friendly and there are many informal parties and other events that include both parents and students.

- submitted by a parent
January 26, 2010
After several years in the secondary school, it's clear one of the basic problems with AIS is the utter lack of customer service: by the time a parent is paying close to $20,000/year for their child(ren)'s IB education, they need to experience more listening, responsive behaviors from the school's leaders. Were it not for the worldwide quality assurances of the IB curriculum, AIS would be a very average school with sub-par administrators and staff, despite a very good albeit transient faculty. Key problems include: a highly subjective college counseling staff that only recently acquired professional software for tracking workflow...a math/high class that's mixed in with math/standard students, to a class total of 28...lackluster and turbulent programming for the new Mandarin track...a recurring theft problem exacerbated by the school's use of unlocked lockers for PR...trustees who are overly involved with the day-to-day operations of the school...We left with mixed feelings for AIS.

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January 26, 2010
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- submitted by a student
October 29, 2009
Our child is in her third year at AIS and we have been extremely happy with the school. Having come from overseas we felt immediately that we were part of the school community and the buddy program worked very well for us. Our daughter has thrived at the school, speaks French very well and impressed French people we know back in Europe. AIS is now one of the few schools in the US accredited with the MYP for the IB. I was frankly amazed at some of the comments here as our experience has been nothing but positive. The arrival of Kevin Glass has been a welcome addition but we felt that there had already been improvements in communication and openness. We see the school as going from strength to strength.

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October 13, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
September 14, 2009
Atlanta International School is one of distinct polar opposites: the primary school employs capable and creative teachers who do all that is within their possibility to engage their students and help them learn to love knowledge and language. But as soon as one reaches the middle school, everything one does is chastised and scrutinized and given an infraction without a legitimate reason or any explanation. I abhored the entirety of my middle school experience: there was minimal communication between teachers, administration and parents; almost all teachers were uninspired and lack lustre, which reflected in my (usually above par) English scores; the students were moody and rebellious thanks to the entire convoluted system. As a freshman in the high school, we are begins subjected to yet another new head, Kevin Glass. Hopefully he'll rev up what was once a fantastic school and fire some of the most notorious teachers.

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September 08, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
May 27, 2009
AIS has lofty goals, but the quality of its teachers is below average. Also, the MS program involves too much discipline and not enough true challenges for the students. The schedule of ever-changing daily classes (every 8 days, and then that again changes due to holidays, field trips, guest lectures, etc.) is very confusing for the students to keep up with and offers no real benefits. The curriculum for Math and Sciences need to be more rigorous (and maybe silly classes like 'PSHE' and 'DEAR' could be done away with, please?) and the teachers need to be nicer and more involved. A disappointing experience for us for MS for sure. The teachers we've had in European and American public schools were MUCH more impressive than at AIS! This school should focus on improving its staff first, NOT its buildings and athletic fields. (AIS Athletics are very weak anyway!)

- submitted by a parent
May 14, 2009
Great school; the I.B program is simply excellent compared to the American curriculum which only provides students with the bare minimum and no view on the 'outside' world. It provides students with life-long skills and it simply makes you a better overall person. You learn to be hard-working due to the loads of work, and you learn to be a responsible and tolerant young adult. At this school, I have made friends from all around the globe, and the atmosphere at this school is like no other.

- submitted by a student
May 01, 2009
AIS is an interesting place. Can be an enchantment (as you will find in several reviews) or a disappointment (as it was for others). The main difference stems from what teachers your children had in primary and especially in middle school. If you were lucky to have a good teacher (as some of them were), great; if not, then you would have to deal with teachers which are really subpar and with a leadership body that is like a perfect stone, ie rigid, non-reflective and dull. Math and science are in great need of improvement, otherwise the SAT scores will continue to look as bad they are now. Hence, in order to be successful, the new principal will need to stick to his guns (hopefully the right ones and well calibrated), fire a few teachers and institute a house of rules, consistency and high standards throughout. Good luck!

- submitted by a parent
May 01, 2009
Hi, I am a student at AIS and I have some thoughts for the new Headmaster. I have heard that the old-fashion principals were pacing the classes regularly, trying to monitor the quality of classroom teaching in the entire school. That sounds like a great, forgotten tool for all school heads and principals! One of the reviews about AIS brought up the idea of quality surveys and feedback another great way of finding the truths that generally get berried in various offices overtime. Giving feedback to the teachers and asking for regular feedback from parents and children need to be paired with dynamism, zero-tolerance for byzantine relationships and inadequate quality. If these changes won't happen soon, some children will be attending other schools in the meantime and the school reputation will be then more difficult to repair. There is great momentum in the next 6 months!

- submitted by a student
no rating April 27, 2009
AIS has great potential due to its multicultural exposure, but middle school has many things to improve. For example, it has few excellent teachers, but the overall quality is not above average for public schools, especially in math and science. Also, consistency regarding regulations, tests and content of report cards is needed. Each teacher applies the rules that fit their style and personality, without a uniform approach across school. Giving feedback to AIS middle school office is useless since all they try to prove the student was wrong or misinterpreted the rule. This is a slipery slope, since teenagers should be encouraged, respected and taken seriously in order to develop self confidence and learn to evaluate themselves. The new principal has a lot of work to do! A feedback questionnaire from students on each teacher after each semester is done by other schools with good results. Why not AIS?

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 15, 2009
AIS is a great school. My son has been enjoying the IB program for several years. The transition from overseas was very smooth

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- submitted by a parent
April 13, 2009
AIS teachers give great testament to those who are first-rate educators of our youth in this community. We couldn t be more impressed with the teachers and their superb teaching skills, support and encouragement that they have given our daughter. She really enjoys and responds well to their teaching style. We are very proud of her achievements and we know that we have the teachers to thank in large for it. We are an American family with no foreign languages. Her language teachers have a system that has taken her from hating language days to loving them. They have given her the tools to feel confident in her language speaking, reading and writing. If you understand that your child, the teachers and you are partners in the education experience, your family will thrive. If you believe you can just drop off your child at school and the school must identify and solve all of problems we suggest you apply someplace else.

- submitted by a parent
April 13, 2009
AIS is an excellent school which provides a well-rounded educational experience in a community which is diverse, accepting and nurturing. My children have attended AIS from 4K through graduation and I can honestly say that the School contributes to the creation of wonderful young people who are interested in the world around them, who are capable of critical thought and analysis and who care for their classmates and others. The students at AIS have many opportunities to experience firsthand the cultures and customs of others--they are well-traveled as a group and they become engaged citizens. The IB program at AIS is superb--it prepares the students well for university and it is taken by all 11th and 12th grade students. On the whole, the faculty is committed and extraordinarily hardworking. The diverse community supported by the Community Principles result in a special, uniquely diverse and close-knit community. AIS is a wonderful school.

- submitted by a parent
April 13, 2009
We have children in the 4-K AND 5-K Spanish track and could not be more pleased with AIS. It has by far exceeded our expectations on every level.

- submitted by a parent
April 13, 2009
We have had a very positive experience at AIS. With two students in primary school, we find that the curriculum is challenging because of the foreign language, yet there is sufficient support for the children as needed. The school is somewhat transient because of international expat families. AIS may not be equipped to support children with severe learning challenges, but is certainly equipped to proactively manage the more basic challenges such as dyslexia. AIS provides a unique and encouraging learning environment that prepares students to be independent, responsible, creative, and solution-oriented thinkers.

- submitted by a parent
April 12, 2009
My children are in their 3rd year at AIS. We joined the school because of the diversity of the community, with the language component a plus as well. We are thrilled with the International Baccalaurreate curriculum, which encourages critical thinking and problem solving. The community is small, close knit and involved. And the diversity of experience is truly astonishing, something we never thought could exist in Atlanta. If you want your children to be exposed to the broader world, AIS is the place to be.

- submitted by a parent
April 12, 2009
AIS is one of the best kept secrets in Atlanta. The primary school immersion program is unique in the US and in the World. From pre-k through 5th grade the children study all subjects in both their native and target languages. As a pure US family, we have been (& many Germans have been) amazed at our childrens' German conversational fluency, reading fluency, and lack of foreign accent. In Middle School they will pick up a 3rd language - most students graduating from AIS are trilingual. The cross cultural experiences/interactions are a gift for students and parents alike. We have been very happy with the teachers and are looking forward to next year when Kevin Glass, a shining star in the International School arena, will become our new headmaster. Under Kevin's leadership, this already great school will only get better.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 11, 2009
AIS has a fantastic parent community with families from Atlanta and all over the world. It has a broad global footprint with over fifty countries represented. The children learn about the world beyond the borders of Atlanta. The IB International Baccalaureate gives the students a great foundation from which to go on to college and the real world. The school s program begins at the 4K level and the students have the opportunity to learn French, German and Spanish in a dual language program in the Primary School. Chinese and Latin are added as language options in the Secondary School.

- submitted by a parent
April 11, 2009
Our two children have been part of the AIS community for the past 5 years. This school has offered our children an amazing educational opportunity, with strong academic programs that also teach our kids about becoming life learners and contributors to the world around them. There is other place like it in Atlanta.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 10, 2009
I have two children in the primary school at AIS. My husband and I are thrilled with the program & attention that our children receive. Although our children are completely different in personality & interests, both are thriving. Parental involvement is encouraged and I've had the oportunity to observe classroom and administraative activty and found bothtoo be thoughtful and student centered. True, this environment is not probably what most of us grew up with -- education has changed in many ways -- and for that I say, hooray! My kids are fantastically happy there; in fact, in our house, they pout if I say they CAN'T go to school! My only experience with middle & upper school is observation, but I can tell you that the older kids are polite, go out of their way to be respectful & are fantastically articulate/'pulled together'. Bravo AIS! The best kept secret in Atlanta!

- submitted by a parent
April 08, 2009
My daughter was at AIS for five years in the lower school and I couldn't have been more disappointed in her experience. Their is an overall lack of communication and organization. The curriculum is one size fits all and the students (and parents) are excessively competitive. The teachers are sub-par and and do not seem to care at all for the children. High turnover rate in both students and teachers. My daughter started AIS as a happy, confident and well-adjusted child. She was not the same kid when she left. On paper, this school sounds ideal but we couldn't have been more disappointed and we wish we would have made a different decision. She is now thriving and began to regain the confidence she lost from five years at AIS.

- submitted by a parent
February 28, 2009
Our child attended AIS for four years. The language aspect was good, but the other aspects of the education were lacking in many ways. In four years, we only had a couple of 'top notch' teachers. But the most serious negative about the school was two-fold: there were some children who were allowed to attend there with emotional and behavioral problems, and the administration and staff were not knowledgeable, skilled or willing to deal appropriately with these children. There were many, many unnecessary interruptions and disturbances caused by these students. In addition, when situations occurred at school, just normal situations that happen in any school with regular children, the administration and teachers at AIS did not handle things properly, appropriately or fairly and many times actually making things much worse. After four years of dissatisfaction, we finally sent our child to a different private school and are very happy.

- submitted by a parent
February 06, 2009
Frankly, AIS has been a huge disappointment for us. AIS goals are wonderful on paper, while the reality is way-way lower. The other parents are right: this school does not listen, does not individualize, and school officials are behaving as if the rest of the world should be happy to be tolerated by them. The infraction-centered educational system without formative core (and without being a strict system!), the surprisingly low quality of the teachers and the very high turn-over of both parents and teachers make this school a perfect 'trap'. Even as an international family, we recognized very quickly that the international community is being trapped at AIS by the IB program and foreign languages. A good school needs a stable community of good-quality parents and teachers, but the latter is surprisingly poor and benefits largely from the exaggerated fluidity of the community. What a pitty!

- submitted by a parent
January 31, 2009
I am frankly not that impressed with AIS. My son went there after attending a public school and was actually ahead in Math and Sciences. Also the administration in Middle School is very tedious and 'infraction'-oriented (they give one for anything) and a lot of the teachers are burned out and not inspiring for the kids. I know of several teachers who routinely read their emails during classtime, instead of teaching the kids.

- submitted by a parent
January 03, 2009
This school has the potential to be fantastic. However the school falls very short of being described in such a word. The academics are pretty good but many teachers are very ill-informed and not very knowledgeable about their subject. Unfortunately, the administration particularly that of the middle is simply bad. They are not helpful in any way and won't listen to what you have to say. They don't take your problems into consideration and are quite frankly not very kind. They make every single thing into a huge deal and overreact. The school is meant to be extremely welcoming and has not succeeded with that intention.

- submitted by a student
November 27, 2008
The Atlanta International School is by far the best school in Atlanta. It is a full international baccalaureate school and many of its IB diploma program teachers are teaching other teachers to also teach the IB. Especially the mathematics is excellent and the scores students on IB exams are very high.

- submitted by a parent
October 24, 2008
This is an extraordinary school for extraordinary families and students. Children learn to live with, appreciate, care and value others of diverse background as well as those similar to their own. In addition, student profiles of risk taking, empathy, great communication, enquiring minds, etc., are stressed in everyday activities. AIS provides the Atlanta community with a multicultural avenue where children learn a second and/or third language and are sensitized to being model global citizens. We are thrilled!

- submitted by a parent
October 05, 2008
As an alumnus who attended AIS for 14 years (4-K through 12th grade), I probably know more about this school than most. While it certainly has its flaws (mainly in the current administration, which is incidentally ending after this year), the ideals and educational goals of AIS are definitely a step in the right direction. Concretely, your child will receive the BEST language education they could hope to find in Atlanta here, and education in the social sciences is equally well-qualified. I say this as a student currently enrolled at UPenn, and as an accepted applicant at Harvard and Brown. In languages and social sciences, AIS gives more than sufficient preparation for any university or program in the world. The academic weaknesses of AIS lie in math and, even more so, in the sciences However, a new fine arts and sciences building is under construction at this time

- submitted by a community member
September 19, 2008
The academics are great, we could get more of a challenge. I also think that we could have more of a choice of what we like to do considering we have to do all four exploratory: theater, art, design technology, and music. Everyone at the school is nice I started going there in sixth grade and they make me want to do better.

- submitted by a student
August 08, 2008
My child has attended this school for a few years and does not feel welcome. This year the students are required to take a technology class in the place of one of their sports classes. This used to be a choice, however it does not help my child with the goals he wishes to achieve.

- submitted by a parent
no rating June 24, 2008
AIS is a unique school that provides both outstanding academic education and a cultural experience that broadens the students' perspective on important issues. The IB program is extremely rigorous and prepares students for the level and volume of work needed to succeed at top level universities world wide. This is one of the top schools in Atlanta.

- submitted by a parent
June 21, 2008
I have been at AIS since 1st grade, and so I know the school. To be honest, I don't really like the way most things are planned and the extracurriculars are not very organized or extensive, as the art club lasted half a year. The teachers are nice, but some don't know what they are teaching.

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- submitted by a parent
January 05, 2007
This school has many extracurricular activities such as art club, chess club, music department, a robotics team, and a great sports program. The teachers are not the best but other than that the school's fine.

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November 01, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
April 09, 2006
Simply one of the best schools that Atlanta has to offer! Students are put through rigorous and extracirricular activities. I myself have gone to this school and have attended Harvard Medical and throught their I.B. program have also attended Oxford University. The knowledge gained is unforgetable. Anyone applying for private schools should look at this one because it is one of the best!

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- submitted by a student
March 01, 2005
I have two children at AIS and while it is difficult to get into, I feel our efforts to attend were well worth it. Academically, all students are put in one of three different language tracks from 4K on that affords them the opportunity to alternate every other day entirely in English and another target language of Spanish, French, or German. The tracks maintain 50%/50% ratio of native/non native speakers. The children in attendance are from over 60 countries, as is the staff. Not only are my children on their way to fluency in both languages but they have the luxury of looking forward to a rigorous secondary education under the prestigious I.B. program. The IB allows our graduates to attend universities anywhere in the world and with an average S.A.T. score of over 1300 I dare you to find a better education anywhere! Our graduates are wellrounded and well travelled!

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2890 N Fulton Drive Northeast, Atlanta, GA  30305
(404) 841-3840
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