"Holy Spirit Prep is best known for its faith filled close-knit community."
Students enrolled 601
Hours 8:00 AM - 3:05 PM
School leader Kyle Pietrantonio
Transportation options None
Type no info
Preschool capacity no info
Before school Yes
After school Yes

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4449 Northside Dr
Atlanta, GA 30327

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(678) 761-7992
(678) 623-0550
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4 stars
Based on 52 ratings

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August 28, 2014
We have not had a perfect 5-star experience in all categories, however, my child's overall experience as a middle school student has absolutely been 5-star excellent! The teachers are gifted, determined, resourceful, compassionate and challenging. The social environment and the culture of the HSP students is better than any parent could hope for in a major metropolitain area. I believe the administration's biggest concern should lie in the retention of the outstanding teachers, particularly at the upper school. We intend for our child to graduate from HSP and we pray that the current upper school faculty will still be in place and going strong, and perhaps include a few great additions. The administration would also do well to encourage the parent volunteer association leadership to take a more active role. It seems they are depending on "the grapevine" to get the word out about important events and initiatives. But I stand by my 5-star rating because my child's academic, athletic and social experience has been fantastic. Furthermore, it is my personal opinion that the more negative reviews on this site stem from a focus on the parent's experience, and not the student's.

- submitted by a parent
May 30, 2014
Quite a few families are not returning to this school next year and we are among them. I am glad someone brought up the subject of medicating the children to make them fit in. We have seen testing and medication brought up with numerous families. Attend any birthday party with children from this school and you will quickly learn that the parents are not happy with the direction that the school is going in. It is a very "in the box" school so if your child is a multisensory learner or a right brained learner, HSP might not be the best choice. There is no effort go teach your child the way your child learns; in a nutshell it is "this is how we teach and this is what you get." Once we started looking at other schools we quickly figured out that academically the school is not on par with other schools. As far as the teachers and staff, they are so loving and caring. I cannot say enough good things about the way they treated our children.

- submitted by a parent
May 19, 2014
Our son is graduating this year after 12 years at Holy Spirit. He exceled on the sportsfield and accademically through hard work, but we know that the wonderful teachers at Holy Spirit and the learning environment based on strong ethics and Catholic values has played a major role in making him what he is today. In particular, we are very happy to see the direction that the school has taken under guidance of the new adminsitration, and are excited to see what lies in the future for HSP. I know that ur son will always be a proud alumnus of HSP. We, as parents, are confident in the knowledge that he has the tools to take on bigger challenges out there to succeed as a human being, and child of Christ.

- submitted by a parent
April 27, 2014
Without a doubt HSP has had some growing pains. However, I have not regretted sending my children there. I have been a parent here at HSP since 1999! The last two years have been challenging but I am convinced the Board along with a great President have listened and implanted changes, all for the better! My children have done really well there, Academically, socially and spiritually. Their College options have been amazing, and they are working with my rising Senior so she too will have great options too. Three of my children have learning disabilities, each and every one of them have been catered too. I must stress, their learning challenges are very moderate, they must work a little harder but can keep up. This is not the school for a child with extreme disabilities as this is a school with high academic standards. This school has a warm friendly atmosphere. Everyone pretty much knows everyone, if this is what you are looking for in a school, coupled with strong academics, ethics, a spiritual life, access to warm and caring teachers, tutoring included in your tuition, this is the school for you. I gave the school 4 instead of 5 stars, its close but not there yet!

- submitted by a parent
April 14, 2014
HSP works with each student to ensure that they achieve success, based on what the student views as success. The smaller class sizes, the wide range of classes, the ability to participate at a high school level in sports, and the religious based education have greatly benefited our daughter. The school offers a great, safe environment for students to mature into young adults with great sucess when they go to college.

- submitted by a parent
April 13, 2014
HSP is a fantastic school. The previous two (maybe) posters are so wildly inaccurate that I really must seriously wonder about their bona fides and agenda. My child has been there for a decade (K - 9). We are no "insiders". We have never encountered an iota of any of the things alleged in the preceding comments. I would know if they existed at HSP. They don't. There's no bullying. Nothing even close is tolerated. There is no "anxiety"among the students. This is not just inaccurate but laughable. I have never seen a more happy, friendly, warm, kind, good bunch of kids anywhere. HSP really is a terrific, special place. My child has benefited so much in every way from attending. It is one of our greatest blessings to have found it. There are disgruntled people everywhere. A few kids have turned out to be troublesome after coming to HSPS and have not been allowed to return. Unfortunately, that is often unavoidable to maintain a sound, loving, nourishing, welcoming environment of excellence, and to avoid the very types of problems alleged, falsely, in the preceding comments. Pay no heed to those comments for any accurate assessment of HSP. Go see it for yourself. This all will be clear.

- submitted by a parent
April 13, 2014
My children have attended Holy Spirit Prep since preschool. My oldest is going to college next year - with more college acceptances and scholarships than we ever expected. My younger one is on track to do the same thing. Holy Spirit has a small, warm community that is rare. The teachers and administrators go to extraordinary efforts to help their students do their best - both in academics and as people. Sending our children to Holy Spirit Prep is the best decision we ever made as parents.

- submitted by a parent
April 13, 2014
A true gem of a school. Stellar academics; the Classics; deep faith; great college placement; broad extracurriculars; all in a small, caring environment and one of the loveliest neighborhoods in Atlanta. We started in kindergarten and have been there ever since. My now 9th grade daughter translates to and from Classical Greek, is in the National Latin Honor Society, runs in the state track championships, and talks with me about Demosthenes and DNA as maturely as an adult. Exactly the education I wanted for her. And she is a normal kid. She has accomplished this because of HSP the terrific teaching and high expectations, but also the nurturing environment and individual attention that all receive there. HSP is one of the few schools in the country that offer Classical Greek and Latin. Graduates land at Harvard, Yale, Ga. Tech, and the like. But HSP is not a pressure cooker; it is like a big family. The students are very good kids--happy, kind, welcoming, and supportive, across varied abilities and backgrounds. The place exudes warmth. The staff are accessible and responsive; the facilities are great. We are very blessed to have found HSP. I cannot recommend it highly enough.

- submitted by a parent
April 13, 2014
Holy Spirit Prep is committed to helping each student discover his or her best self. Our school engages and supports the entire family creating an environment of positivity that is unlike other school communities. You can be confident that HSP will prepare your child for college and for life. Our graduate attend some of the nations finest universities and each student is viewed as an individual masterpiece of our creator.

- submitted by a parent
April 08, 2014
I beg to differ too... Holy Spirit is only good if your child is "normal" and fits in the box (or if you keep your child medicated to fit in) It simply amazing how they wonder why there's such high anxiety in the school among the students & bullying that is not addressed equally from child-to-situation. There is clearly favoritism and disadvantages if you don't fit their small-framed mentality. Oh, and we are from a Catholic upbringing and our children were baptized at the hand of Monsignor - - - bears no weight on how they treat you. Classic and complete - NOT. There is a lot of smoke and mirrors at this school. Hence, why we left!

- submitted by a parent
March 30, 2014
Beg to differ with the previous reviewer about leaving before HSP changes were implemented. We left this year along with three other families we know. It is no secret that this school is struggling. There are other Catholic and private alternatives in the area with a better reputation and quality of education and academic life.

- submitted by a parent
February 25, 2014
As a father, I can only hope that our children are nurtured, encouraged and supported to grow, learn and be fulfilled beyond the capacity of their own individual capabilities in a Catholic environment which teaches them to love themselves and others, understand that God loves them. Holy Spirit Prep so FAR SURPASSES other schools in the area across these dimensions. Parochial Catholic schools are often Catholic in name only. Private schools are so focused upon their reputation that student development and success is a means to their reputation. HSP Teachers are unbelievably dedicated and amazing, class size is intimate to allow focused attention on the students, curriculum is customized and challenging. Our children have attended for 6 years and flourished. Above all - the community is second to none. Too often we have heard from other families who have left, how they regret and miss the HSP community. Many have returned. Do your homework and look at the test scores and college placements. HSP far outpaces any of the other alternatives. HSP is focused upon enabling Scholars and Saints. Most of the negative reviews here are families who left before many of the current changes.

- submitted by a parent
January 31, 2014
We have had a great experience at Holy Spirit! We started this school honestly not knowing anyone but wanting a small classroom environment. We have been very pleased with the overall education and family-feel of the school! The administration and teachers all truly seem to care about each child and their individual needs. They develop the whole person - not just academics. Our child has made wonderful friends, and we are confident that his school is giving him a strong academic foundation as well as reinforcing the same high morals that we also teach at home. We have been very pleased!

- submitted by a parent
January 28, 2014
Holy Spirit Prep is a great school. Our children have attended HSP for the past seven years. What separates HSP from the rest is that the school offers a complete education -- mind, body, and spirit. HSP teachers have continuously worked with our children to make sure they receive individualized attention in areas where they excel and where they may need extra help. HSP's success in molding our children is visible every day, and can be statistically verified by the much higher than average standardized test scores and advanced placement testing. While no school is perfect, and HSP does not pretend to be perfect, HSP is a wonderful school that has provided extraordinary benefits to our children and family.

- submitted by a parent
January 07, 2014
I am a graduate from Holy Spirit Prep. The second semester of my first year at Holy Spirit Prep my dad lost his job after the 911 incident. We were going to have to switch schools, but the school administration gave me a scholarship that amounted to $200 thousand dollars from elementary school to my senior year. I am so appreciative to the school and the people who run it with amazing generosity and zeal for our Christian values. This school has given so many opportunities to students just like me. Moreover, it is incredible to see how this Catholic school has more recently opened its doors to foreign exchanged students from China to give them an opportunity to receive a Catholic education. It is incredible to see how much they appreciate being able to learn about Christ at school and to witness some of the students be Baptized and Confirmed into our faith. This school is truly mission driven. I am so happy to continue being a part of this school through our great Alumni Association, which holds monthly social, service and spiritual events for alumni to get back on campus. Simply check out our alumni profiles on the website to see how we, the graduates, have turned out.

- submitted by a community member
December 28, 2013
Our overall experience at this school was horrible and I would not recommend it for anyone. The return on investment is also poor. We had to spend money on private tutors after the $20K tuition to learn Mathematics.

- submitted by a parent
December 11, 2013
In my earlier review today, I had intended to write that coaches were well qualified. All three coaches that have worked with my kids have been knowledgeable in their fields and focused on the kids. They have helped them learn, work hard and become better team members

- submitted by a parent
November 12, 2013
I go to Holy Spirit's Upper School. It's not a perfect school, but I wouldn't expect it to be. The Upper School has not been around as long as other private high schools in the area, so I don't think it is fair to compare Holy Spirit in that way. Older schools obviously have larger endowments and more resources than newer schools like HSP. That is one of the reasons why tuition is so high. Since HSP is small, everyone knows everyone. There are some really great teachers at Holy Spirit who I feel lucky to have been taught by.With regard to college acceptances, Holy Spirit has had students accepted to Yale, Harvard, Notre Dame, and several other highly selective institutions. I came to Holy Spirit in ninth grade. I really love my grade, and I am so glad I decided to come to Holy Spirit. I couldn't have made a better choice.

- submitted by a community member
June 22, 2013
What are some of these parents talking about? Why don't you just look at the national Iowa testing! My son has been there since preschool and he tests in the 95+ percentile and was accepted into the exclusive Duke TIP program. The lower school faculty makes sure gifted children like my son receive the advanced and customized learning enrichment they need. The school has advance math and overall performance programs. Some families do leave because of the tuition. It is high but it has been worth it. I would recommend Holy Spirit to any parent with a gifted child.

- submitted by a parent
June 19, 2013
The school lost too many wonderful and supportive faculty/staff and students/families over the years. It was a fabulous school YEARS ago, as well as a beautiful campus and facility. Sad! Hoping Mr. P can turn it around!

- submitted by a parent
April 30, 2013
This school is a hidden gem compared to other Atlanta private schools and Catholic schools in the area. A strong Catholic education is the foundation of this school. Committed to valuing every child as a gift from God and wiling to teach all children so that they can reach their highest potential. Worth taking a second look...

- submitted by a parent
March 25, 2013
Ask yourself a couple of questions....why has the class size dropped so dramatically (especially 9th grade, 2013) and why are they having to bring in foreign exchange students to fill the gaps? Do your homework and ask questions.

- submitted by a parent
January 29, 2013
Strong academics and traditional Catholic values are the foundation for this school. Our family couldn't be more challenged and happier in this environment.

- submitted by a parent
December 05, 2012
There is a lot of teacher turnover in this school. Parents serving as coaches bordering on abusive. If you are considering the resource program at this school, ask a lot of questions. Ask what the qualifications are of the teachers. Are the students in the resource program Catholic? What will the tuition be? Get it in writing. The school raised the resource tuition right before school started this year and again during the school year. Does the school remediate or just accomodate? Do they use a multi-sensory approach? If you have a child coming out of Schecnk or the Speech School there are better options in Atlanta.

- submitted by a parent
October 05, 2012
Please read all the postings before you decide to send your children here. There were many more comments that seem to have been deleted from this space. That is not fair. After 4 years our family was been very unhappy with the level of instruction and environment HSP offers. Teachers come and go every year and seem to leave under secretive circumstances. This school is NOT part of the Atlanta Catholic Archdiocese. Don t walk away Run away

- submitted by a parent
September 21, 2012
I do not have an upper school child, but my daughter is a student in the lower school at HSP, in the first grade. She loves school, talks often about what she has learned from day to day, and has never wanted to leave at the end of the day! I have watched her grow in leaps and bounds and am very happy that we found our place at Holy Spirit Prep. I love the smaller class size and appreciate that all the teachers know and greet her on a daily basis, not just her own teacher. It's a very safe, nurturing environment that all parents should consider for their younger children.

- submitted by a parent
September 15, 2012
School is way behind in math and language arts, especially in middle school. My child is struggling to catch up at a new school. Ask questions. I wish I had. Very casual atmosphere with a lot of behavioral, teasing and bullying issues. Spanish and Religion was great. The rest, not up to par. Not worth the money, in my opnion

- submitted by a parent
August 06, 2012
I have worked at other schools in the Atlanta area, and I have been so happy teaching at Holy Spirit! It is a wonderful school that finds a way to challenge children while also giving extra support to those who need it. The teacher turnover is no worse than any other school, and all the teachers I work with have a background in education.

- submitted by a teacher
August 06, 2012
Our family loves Holy Spirit Prep! We have 2 children on the Lower School Campus and couldn't be more pleased with our experience over the past 5 years. The teachers are nurturing and genuinely care about forming the whole child. Classes are academically challenging and the learning is individualized. Technology is on the rise with one to one chromebooks being used in the Middle School and Promethian Boards and Ipads used in the lower grades. This school has a real family feel that we haven't found anywhere else in the Atlanta area. Thank you Holy Spirit!

- submitted by a parent
July 26, 2012
In life's major decisions in regards to your child, it is important to complete due diligence on all sides of the avenue coming and going. We are going into 5 years with a gifted child who has challenged and supported to succeed. I will too say you have to give or yourself to make successes happen at any school. Its life's circle of influence. It is too hard to accept when it is your child that may be having the problem.

- submitted by a parent
May 17, 2012
As you can read from the reviews enclosed on this school, this school is very controversial. Unfortunately, the administration allows and contributes to a school with a very toxic environment. The faculty doesn t stay very long, once they find out the direction the school is going in (downward spiral) they move out quickly. We were misled as to the educational capabilities the school could provide. Worst decision we ever made for our children, once we paid, we tried to register for high school classes and realized there was no process, no room, no good quality teachers the math and science expertise is absent from this school and there is no attention to writing skills - a critical element for every child. Carefully evaluate your educational decisions for your children - good first step looking here to see the "real" scoop. Good Luck and move to an established institution - Newly formed schools like HSP are a dangerous choice - pick a 100 year old institution. There is a reason they are not affiliated with Atlanta Area Association of Independent Schools (AAAIS) - they don't want to be regulated or controlled, the administration can do whatever they chose - DANGEROUS!

- submitted by a parent
May 16, 2012
I have 2 children at HSP and it would be impossible for me to be any happier with our decision to send our children here. We have been at the school for 4 years and are constantly amazed by the staff, the school, the education my children are receiving, and the Catholic morals they will have with them their entire lives. The staff's credentials are absolutely amazing and FAR above what I would have expected from Elementary teachers. They have many enrichment programs for advanced students needing additional stimulation as well as programs for students that need extra support in particular areas. The only complaint we ever had about the school was regarding the need for rennovations at the lower school (including our muddy soccer fields). However, that thought is a distant memory! The school underwent an amazing renovation over the summer and is now absolutely beautiful - including astro-turf soccer fields!! This school is a bit pricier than other local Catholic schools - BUT WORTH EVERY CENT AND MORE! In the hustle and bustle and stresses life deals us every day, our child's education is the one thing my husband and I NEVER worry about. How can you put a price tag on that?!?!!?!

- submitted by a parent
April 27, 2012
We have had an amazing experience at Holy Spirit. The teachers are fabulous and my children are thriving in this positive, individualized environment. The dedication of the teachers and administration to help each child reach their fullest potential is outstanding.

- submitted by a parent
March 30, 2012
I am also very disappointed with this school. The athletic program is very weak. They still use parent coaches. You spend $18,000/yr and they can't afford to hire real coachs? The baseball diamond is a disaster and they rent space to play football. Their football league is not sanctioned. Everyone is crowded into one basketball court. If you want sports avoid this school. Overpriced !!! Go to Blessed Trinity or Marist.

- submitted by a parent
February 28, 2012
Great school! We loved the overall experience at Holy Spirit. Lovely families and great education. One negative was when we moved out of state with a great deal of advance notification. The school would not refund our prepayments. We lost a lot of money! Don't sign their contract or pay unless you are DEFINITELY going to be at the school! Their contract doesn't seem clear on this, disappointing from a Christian school.

- submitted by a parent
February 11, 2011
I have always had the highest regard for Holy Spirit Prep and I believe I always will. However, I was shocked and horrified at the behavior of our President and Headmaster at a varsity basketball game last week in our gymnasium. We were playing a local rival school. The players on the court and the student cheering sections were competing fiercely throughout the game. Suddenly, very near the end of the game, the Headmaster walked to the visitor cheering section and physically pulled a very young student and preceded to throw him out of the gym. Apparently, the Headmaster did not like the morph suit the student was wearing for some reason. When a female parent from the visiting school came to the Headmaster to understand what was going on, he physically grabbed her and was screaming at her. Luckily the incident cooled down before it escalated because a number of visiting parents (a few men) came to the lady's rescue. The Headmaster then proceeded to scream at one visiting parent after another. After completing these actions the Headmaster gave high fives to some students in our cheering section. I don't believe the actions or the celebration with our students were appropriate.

- submitted by a parent
February 11, 2011
We chose Holy Spirit Preparatory after looking at several private schools in the Buckhead area. This is our second year at the school and we couldn't be more pleased with our choice. Our child has a warm, caring teacher who "gently" coaches her to excel. She is doing work one grade level higher in both math and english. When our friends with same age children at other schools discuss what their children are learning, we are always amazed that it is the work our child was doing last year. As a Catholic school, religion is an intricate part of their teaching philosophy but it is not obtrusive. Our child is thriving with the perfect mix of religious and academic education.

- submitted by a parent
November 08, 2010
My two children attend this school. I have always been impressed with the staff and the level of individualized attention each student receives. I am writing this review today because they have impressed me beyond words today. All of my son's teachers and the success director met with us to see how they can make my son's learning experience even better. He is very bright but not a traditional learner. He needs more of a tactile (Kinaesthetic learning) learning environment. They will be infusing more of this style into his curriculum. It is so amazing to me that I literally have a team of educators behind me, helping and guiding and yes even some prayers to boot! It may not have the fanciest facilities, but it sure is the very best where it counts.

- submitted by a parent
November 05, 2010
HSPS is a very unique and special place.Our daughter attends and we are so impressed with the supportive and dedicated faculty and friendly atmosphere.The individualized education is wonderful but what impresses us the most is observing our child serve selflessly in the community.All the students live up to the school's motto "to serve,not to be served".These children demonstrate what can't be measured on test scores: Love for God,respect for life ,forgiveness, and service to others.There truly is nothing like it!

- submitted by a parent
October 27, 2010
Holy Spirit Preparatory inspired my daughter to imagine what she could achieve. She has been academically challenged and shown the value of both leadership & service. Her attendance at HSP as they say "has made all the difference"

- submitted by a parent
October 22, 2010
HSP has been phenomenal for our entire family. The National Blue Ribbon and Top 50 Catholic Schools recognitions are wonderful, but don't even begin to convey what a marvelously caring educational and formational institution this school is. Our daughter has blossomed under the guidance of the fine teaching and coaching staff, and we deeply appreciate the administration's desire for personal connection with all the families. The upperclassmen, especially those who've been here since elementary school, are incredible role models for younger students, and you couldn't ask for better examples of successful, faithful adult role models than those employed by HSP. Day to day, HSP's excellence is fully evident, but in a crisis, that's when we're reminded to be on our knees every day thanking God for this place. Our only regret is that we didn't know about HSP sooner.

- submitted by a parent
October 20, 2010
Education is so comprehensive at Holy Spirit Prep. Students graduate from this program ready for anything (and everything!). Holy Spirit Preparatory School is a National School of Excellence, and ranks in the Top 50 Catholic High Schools. The school president makes an effort to know families and students personally. The faculty is hand picked, extremely talented, and fully dedicated to the students. Graduates of HSP have received acceptance letters from top universities and colleges throughout the nation. I only wish that my children could attend all the way through, from Pre-K until graduation, but at the very least I hope they will be able to attend for their high school years and graduate from HSP. Absolutely excellent!

- submitted by a community member
October 17, 2010
Having worked at this school for 8 years, i can truly say there is not a more dedicated and caring group of teachers, administrators and staffers. This school has won the Blue Ribbon School of Excellence and is ranked in the top 50 National Catholic Schools for the third year in a row. Our students are taught academics and character building every day and they learn the Christian/Catholic Code of Ethics for life long practice. Its also important that every student is treated as a child of God with his/hers own talents and gifts.

- submitted by a teacher
June 27, 2010
Ultra Catholic school with ties to Legion of Christ without admitting it. President is all about control. Many nice teachers, but they are stressed due to the administration. Lower school is neglected, no hot water in building, soccer field is all dirt, playground equipment not fixed when broken. Be aware of you are looking to go to this school, you will only be a number. Not worth the $

- submitted by a parent
January 30, 2010
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- submitted by a parent
December 02, 2009
The upper school has a rotating schedule which is confusing to children and parents. The online calendar of assignments are not standardized each teacher enters the information in their own way so it's difficult to track what exactly has been assigned for the children to do for homework. And the athletic calendar is in disarray for one afterschool activity, you may have to pick up your kid at 5:30 one day and 6:30 the next, but the kid finds out at 4:30 that day and if you ask the coach what the schedule is (the online calendar being no help), they don't even know. I think it's great that they're trying to give kids more freedom, but in instances like these it just comes off as a lack of communication and organization at best or disregard for working parents' time and a child's need for structure at worst.

- submitted by a parent
August 02, 2009
While the school has a great teaching staff, a beautiful campus, and classy facilities, the overbearing religion department pushes for catholic education in all parts of daily life at the school. Expect mandatory religion classes with zealous, dogmatic teachers everyday, prayers said 3-4 times through the day, and mandatory mass once a week. Do not expect your children to enjoy this school if they're not catholic.

- submitted by a parent
March 19, 2009
Holy Spirit has been the best choice we could have made for our son. After a disappointing experience at another school because of his learning disability, my son is now excelling both in and out of the classroom, This is due to the caring and compassion of the wonderful teachers and administration. The school community as a whole is supportive and fosters a love of learning. The variety of classes offered is amazing, as well as the numerous extracurricular activities available to students. We just can't say enough about how pleased we are with our decision.

- submitted by a parent
September 18, 2008
Teachers take a genuine interest in students, and the school increases growth of the person as a whole. A great place to become a better Catholic, a better Christian, or just a better moral person.

- submitted by a student
July 14, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
no rating April 29, 2008
There are so many opportunities here. If you have your heart set on learning something like Japanese, HSP will provide a way.

- submitted by a student
November 26, 2007
Geart school with caring staff. Catholic classic and complete.

- submitted by a parent
November 09, 2007
This school has been our best decision. We compared it to 4 other Catholic schools in our area and because of the small class sizes, this was the obvious choice. Tremendous formation, ethical and academic, personalized to my child's needs and challenging her strengths. Leadership opportunities and many extracurricular programs before and after school. Variety of socioeconomic families keep this a humble and Christ-centered setting. I am confident that when my child is faced with what the world will throw her in adult life, she will be equipped for success. This school is not full of stressed out academic 'machines' but rather bright, positive, well-rounded, uniquely talented, future leaders with a formed conscience who are, as a result, getting into top colleges and universities. In the lower school they begin personalized learning programs. The upper school offers numerous AP classes taught by local College professors. Level of Parent Involvement is by choice.

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As a school modeled on the classical tradition, Holy Spirit Prep aspires to connect our students with timeless knowledge and along with their families mold them into the next generation of exceptional thinkers. As a Catholic School, Holy Spirit Prep strives to form and fill each heart with Christ's love so students can enjoy the unique futures to which Christ calls them. Our graduates have gone on to study at some of the most prestigious colleges and universities.

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Holy Spirit Preparatory School
4449 Northside Dr, Atlanta, GA  30327
(678) 761-7992
Last modified Holy Spirit Preparatory School is a Private school that serves grades PK-12
Holy Spirit Preparatory School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 53 reviews.