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Roswell, GA
Students enrolled: 390
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1055 Willeo Rd
Roswell, GA 30075

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(770) 993-2940
(770) 993-8331
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November 04, 2014
Attending HMS has been a wonderful experience for our daughter over the past 3 years, and we look forward to the next 6 years there. The school offers a safe, fun, cooperative, interactive learning environment that builds upon children's natural curiosity to develop a love of learning & involvement. The large campus offers ample opportunity for outdoor exploration & games and reinforces an appreciation of our environment and nature's beauty. As the saying goes, "It takes a community to raise a child", and there is a very strong sense of community among the parents, faculty and student body at HMS.

- submitted by a parent
November 03, 2014
HMS has been wonderful for our children. It is a safe, nurturing and accepting environment that allows children's natural curiosity to blossom into a love of learning. Children are challenged to take risks, speak out, self-advocate, work cooperatively and take on leadership roles - all skills that will serve them well in life. There is a very strong sense of community amongst the parents, faculty and student body which makes you feel like you are all on the journey together.

- submitted by a parent
October 27, 2014
My children attended and loved this school from preschool through 8th grade. They are independent, responsible, caring, critical thinkers. They were challenged and nurtured during their High Meadows experience and left High Meadows as self-advocates with a love for learning. Academic achievements after entering high school in honors and AP classes were met with ease. You have to visit; it s an amazing place!

- submitted by a parent
October 21, 2014
An environment focused on empowering students and enabling them to be life long learners. I have always been impressed by the correlation of real world experiences to those that my children are learning as early as Pre-School. The progressive education approach has moved my expectations from regurgitation of facts and figures to inquiry based discussions with my children. The whole child awareness has enabled support for our children through challenges and given them the self confidence and awareness to advocate for their beliefs and needs in all aspects of their life. When you add to the education the environmental awareness, respect for diversity, and communication skills that are incorporated into the curriculum, we can't find a better education. That said, coming from a traditional school environment, it is sometimes difficult to buy into the approach in the early years. The key to understanding the payoff is interaction with the middle years students. When you interact with those students, you know that you are making the right investments in your child's education.

- submitted by a parent
October 14, 2014
High Meadows has been an amazing environment for my child to grow and thrive. I couldn't ask for more a more caring and talented staff, and I am thrilled at how much my son is learning. He is learning reading and math, but he is also learning to care for his environment, to care for animals, to ride ponies, gardening, drama, music, and art. Even more important, he is learning how to learn and to love learning. Honestly, I can't imagine a better place for him.

- submitted by a parent
May 09, 2014
I would recommend this school to any parent whose primary educational goal is for their child to learn and enjoy learning. We have been there for 4 years starting in 2nd grade. My son LOVES school. I'm really struggling to think of things I DON'T like. I guess I wish they had more after school offerings? That's really it. It's incredible. If you want assigned desks, teacher-to-student teaching, grades and honor rolls, this school is NOT for you. But if you just want your child to love learning, give it a try!

- submitted by a parent
October 17, 2013
I cannot imagine an environment better suited to helping my children learn and grow as students AND as people. This is our eighth year at High Meadows, and every year we are more impressed than the last. It is inclusive, diverse, and both educationally and socially progressive. I'm grateful to be a part of this school community.

- submitted by a parent
October 17, 2013
The academic experience and values of High Meadows are superior to any other school we considered. We are very pleased.

- submitted by a parent
October 17, 2013
High Meadows is what school should be! I really wish every kid could experience a High Meadows education. I cannot remotely understand the poster who said that HM wants your kid to be perfect and sit still... the kids are never sitting still. They're going on nature walks, riding ponies, swinging on the tire swing, swimming, running, paying - all while LEARNING. It's really an amazing place.

- submitted by a parent
October 17, 2013
Awesome place. Great setting in the woods with excellent teachers and learning. Very active learning taking place everyday.

- submitted by a community member
October 17, 2013
I may have graduated over a decade ago, but High Meadows continues to affect my life. Beyond everything scholastically being above par, and nurturing a love for nature, I am still friends with many of my former classmates. The bonds we formed there have grown into wonderful friendships. These friends are caring and non-judgemental. Though life has taken us on very different paths, every time we see each other we can pick up right where we left off. I'm sure that High Meadows is still a facilitator for relationships such as the ones I have described, and I hope that someday my children will get to have the High Meadows experience as well.

- submitted by a community member
October 17, 2013
My daughter started there this year, and she wakes up every day wanting to go to school. She not only has learned a lot, but she is excited by the learning that she does there. They are inspiring her to be a life long learner. We couldn't be happier!

- submitted by a parent
October 17, 2013
I cannot imagine a better, more nurturing, academic environment than High Meadows. The teachers, staff, and community have given my children invaluable opportunities and opened their minds in ways no other school could have. I am consistently amazed by the intellectual ability and mature social grace the students at High Meadows embody. It is a truly wonderful place.

- submitted by a parent
October 17, 2013
Most child-center, get-ready-for-the-real-world learning environment we could find in all of metro Atlanta. International Baccalaureate with an emphasis on developing lifelong learners as whole people and global citizens. Very low teacher-student ratios, fully interdisciplinary, project- and inquiry-based curriculum, and very dedicated teachers. Wish I had gone to a school like this.

- submitted by a parent
October 17, 2013
This is my daughter's 4th year at HMS, she is in 3rd grade now. HMS is perfect for us!

- submitted by a parent
October 17, 2013
High Meadows is amazing. My son loves going every day. Never wants to miss a day, even if he is sick. He is always talking about what he is learning. The school doesn't want cookie cutter kids -- all the same. Each child is an individual with his/her own way of learning and communicating and it is encouraged. Every school should be like High Meadows.

- submitted by a parent
August 02, 2013
High Meadows is an exceptional place for kids. The teachers are highly educated, creative and nurturing. Kids are safe and the whole staff works hard to ensure that HMS is a kind and respectful place to learn. The school is based off a "Positive Discipline" philosophy. Teachers spend a lot of time on Narratives as opposed to grades so students can work toward specific and personal goals. We have found this to be very motivating for our middle schooler. The IB curriculum encourages kids to think globally and ideas are taught across the curriculum. Kids are critical thinkers; it is something to hear a group of fourth graders talk about big issues such as pollution. At HMS kids learn to speak in front of groups with confidence and to advocate for their own needs. The campus is beautiful and students spend a lot of time outside using the space to learn, stretch and move. I love coming to school and seeing kids eating lunch in the canoe or doing math at a picnic table outside. The beauty of private schools is that they offer us choice. While HMS is offers kids a solid education, their progressive methodology may not be for everyone. That is ok. It is perfect for our daughter.

- submitted by a parent
August 02, 2013
My daughter started HM in Pre-K and is starting 3rd grade. My son is entering Kindergarten and started at age 3. We are still impressed. The administrators/teachers have an open door policy. The admin spends a lot time in the classroom, which allows them to truly get to know each child. Both children have learned how to handle conflict resolution utilizing their words and encouraging them to think about the situation first. During my time in the classroom I see the educators working hands on with the children. They demonstrate respect by respecting their students. My children are completely different in their learning styles, interests, and motivation. My daughter learned how to read in Pre-K and I m looking forward to my son developing these skills this year. Over the years, their teachers have taught based on their current ability and are always finding ways to challenge them. Teachers are flexible with their lesson plans and encourage students to guide their own learning. All units are very hands on. HM encourages students to take risks in their learning and provides a safe place for students to make mistakes. We are all eagerly awaiting the start of the school year.

- submitted by a parent
July 30, 2013
If your child is not PERFECT - this is not the school for you. This school expects 3 and 4 year olds to read, write, and sit perfectly still at all times. The administrator is terrible at returning phone calls and avoids giving you any real information about what they are truly looking for in a student.

- submitted by a parent
July 19, 2013
This School/Camp says they are "ecofriendly," however it is littered with trash due to the lack of trash cans. There is nothing competitive at High Meadows because "everyone is a winner" and they don't want to offend a child. Also, the nurse is sub-par. She will send a child with lice or pink eye or chicken pox right back to class and "advise" the family to keep the child home. However, they do not enforce it and allow these kids to come to class with all contagious diseases. The staff yells at the kids all the time and there is a lack of respect between adult and child. There is no real world experience at High Meadows and it is not worth spending the money!!!! DO NOT SEND YOUR CHILD HERE IF YOU WANT THEM TO BE SOCIABLE AND ACCEPTED IN LIFE!!!

- submitted by a teacher
May 30, 2013
High Meadows creates a learning environment that empowers our children to be inquisitive, articulate, confident and best of all, happy. The culture of the school is really unique and special. Respect, friendship, trust, kindness, open communication and community are its important values. I am thankful every day we found High Meadows, and I love the positive impact it has on our family. (Parent, rising 7th and 6th grades)

- submitted by a parent
May 29, 2013
High Meadows School is a place for families who want their "whole child" to develop: physical, social-emotional AND academic. It amazes me how our students stand out when it comes to speaking skills, confidence and true, deep thinking. I read all these reviews and I agree that the school is very clearly not "all things" to "all people". I appreciate that! I want a place that my child feels safe and nurtured but also challenged to think more deeply and take risks with learning or making mistakes. I feel confident that he will not be humiliated for acting childish and that appropriate boundaries will be maintained. All the administrators are approachable and willing to listen. Every school has teachers that don't "soar" for every child but those are good experiences for my child to have too. My oldest child graduated from there and takes tests just fine (scoring in the 99th percentile consistently) so I don't know why someone wrote something negative about that. Why should little kids take tests? I'm thrilled that High Meadows uses authentic assessment in the Early Years. Also, research is beginning to prove how important nature is in children's lives and this is a core value for us!

- submitted by a parent
February 26, 2013
High Meadows has really changed over the past three years. The school has refined all that it does amazingly well (borrowing from the IB profile) which is to create open-minded, caring, risk-taking, balanced, reflective, communicative, principled, knowledgeable, and inquiring students. At the same time they have improved on being more consistent across all class and curriculum areas with regard to discipline (all teachers are trained and us Positive Discipline), safety, and academics. It is a perfect school for educating the leaders of the 21st century.

- submitted by a parent
December 14, 2012
I am actually a graduate of High Meadows from a few years back. I attended preschool through 8th grade and it is absolutely the best learning environment you can ask for. Not only do you learn above and beyond what you expect, but the teachers, staff, and students grow to be a family. High Meadows is the only place I have ever been able to be completely myself, surrounded by amazing people who really care about you and your education. The teacher-student relationships make learning so much easier, as well as the friends you make are friends you keep for a lifetime. I've never been to a school with such a sense of community as High Meadows, and where the students are excited to come to school. High Meadows expands your knowledge beyond books. It really is difficult to describe the learning, the people and the atmosphere of High Meadows because it is so unique. But if you have the opportunity to attend High Meadows and you don't take it you are missing out. Students graduate with all the skills they needed to be a successful student, and High Meadows prepares you well to take on all challenges you may encounter. I consider High Meadows to be one of the best experiences I've ever had.

- submitted by a community member
November 12, 2012
High Meadows has given both of my children a well-rounded education in an environment that has taught them to care about their own learning and to think broadly about the world. The teachers love the children and are committed to High Meadows -- everyone in the school community seems to "get it" that this is a really special place and you can't find what we have here anywhere else. My children began in preschool--so for me it is always interesting to see how much families who came from elsewhere (with something to compare) especially value the school! We picked it because of the outdoors experiences, the developmentally appropriate teaching methods, the non-punitive discipline philosophy and the commitment to developing intrinsic motivation (not reward-based teaching). My younger child is still at High Meadows; my older child who graduated after 8th grade is now excelling at her private high school. We have been pleased to find the high school administration and teachers seem to really know about and respect High Meadows graduates...we have heard a lot of compliments about how well High Meadows prepares students.

- submitted by a parent
October 12, 2012
High Meadows is the best school I have ever been to. I went 6th through 8th grade, and never once had a complaint about it. The teachers are nice, understanding, and helpful. The students are friendly. High Meadows helps children see beyond themselves and look at the whole world. I have yet to find a school that can this school.

- submitted by a community member
October 02, 2012
High Meadows is an incredible place for inquisitive young minds to grow. My son loves the school's inquiry-based learning model, gorgeous campus, and incredible teaching staff. There is nothing more important to me than my children's love of learning, and this is exactly what High Meadows fosters every day.

- submitted by a parent
October 02, 2012
When describing High Meadows, I often find myself using the word "magical." Our daughter has been there for two years now - preschool - pre-k and we've been watching her blossom into this really loving, empathetic, aware person. She loves learning, loves going to school, loves her teachers and her friends she attends school with. Between the ages of 4 - 5, kids are so wrapped up in "me, me, me" (as they should be developmentally) but High Meadows really instills the ability to see beyond themselves, even at this young of an age. I recently said to my daughter, "There is your playground!" as we were driving by the younger kids' outdoor play area and she responded, "Actually, mom, it's OUR playground," - I was just so amazed. Plus, it doesn't hurt that she rides ponies every Wednesday. Honestly, it's just a magical place... you'll feel it as soon as you walk on the campus.

- submitted by a parent
October 02, 2012
High Meadows is a real world school, preparing children by helping them become critical thinkers who are creative, innovative, curious, research-oriented problem solvers. This school is not about rote memorization and drills. It is about being exposed to many viewpoints and engaged in learning. The IB orientation, the truly integrated curriculum, the very low teacher-student ratio, the emphasis on learning at the "just right" pace, and the complete "whole person" curriculum that makes environmental studies, art, music, drama, languages, and athletics a natural part of a child's day are all designed to create young people who LOVE TO LEARN and aren't afraid to go out into the world, take risks, work in teams, and make great things happen.

- submitted by a parent
May 28, 2012
High Meadows is what every school should be. Both of my children attended there preschool through eighth grade. Every child is appreciated and valued. Creative and experiential teaching is the norm. We love the focus on the environment and the farm animals. A huge focus is placed on character education and respect. There is no place for bullying or clicks in this environment.

- submitted by a parent
November 09, 2011
High Meadows has been a wonderful experience for my whole family. It is everything and more that a school should be.

- submitted by a parent
October 17, 2011
I attended High Meadows from preschool-8th grade and I am now a college sophomore. The memories that I have from this amazing school are some of the best memories of my life. What separates High Meadows from the average school is the imaginative learning environment created for the students. We played outside for hours, learned about nature, & learned how to use our creative and intellectual minds from a young age. I attended a public high school and let me tell you the environment that I was raised in at High Meadows is no where near cinderblock classrooms with a 30 min recess. I definitely developed my love for literature (my major) at HM. I had learned every single book I was to read in high school before entering high school because of the amazing Mrs. E-Z! High Meadows taught me to be expressive and independent and I very much disagree with the reviewers that said the children must fit "a mold to belong". That is so far from the truth! The diversity at High Meadows is amazing and the children are taught to have a world perspective from a young age as well. Honestly I cannot think of a better place for someone to grow up. I can't wait to send my future children to High Meadows.

- submitted by a community member
November 08, 2010
Our child has attended High Meadows for grades 4-8 and our experience has been overwhelmingly positive. Dedicated, caring and talented teachers. Outstanding extracurricular programs (which have improved steadily every year in the time we've been at the school). Some reviewers stated that this is a great school if your child is highly motivated. Very true. I am puzzled by the reviewers who criticize the narrative reports in lieu of traditional report cards. Who could possibly prefer to receive a report card which says "Your child received a B" when instead you can receive an insightful, personalized and detailed written report describing what your child did well, needs to work on, or failed to do during the term? As some parents have observed, this is not a school for every child or every family (what school is?). But if the school's style and philosophy matches your child's needs, the results are incredible.

- submitted by a parent
October 07, 2010
High Meadows is an excellent example of what school should be for all students! The inquiry method of learning meets each child individually. After attending public school, my son found his voice at High Meadows! The faculty and staff are among the best in the state, working together to serve each child. Sound to good to be true? It's not! Then there is the campus- the extended classroom 40acres wide! Learn about the world and giving back to your community. Your student will learn about the environment, the community and the world. See your student achieve more than you imagined. As a parent of a middle schooler, I never thought I would say- these might be some of the best years of his life! Middle school- can you imagine? It is a must visit campus!!

- submitted by a parent
October 07, 2010
My fifth graders have been to two elementary schools and this one is by far the best. They actually love coming to school, and the teachers know them so well already and respond to who they are. The community is warm, welcoming, and socially and educationally progressive.

- submitted by a parent
August 15, 2010
AMAZING!!! The answer the my prayers. I am so happy I pulled my kids out of public school and I have never seen them so happy. The best decision I have ever made!

- submitted by a parent
August 09, 2010
I am a teacher and a parent at High Meadows School. This is the school for your children if you want them to be thinkers and active participants in their learning. Our teaching staff is committed to ongoing professional development. We are an International Baccalaureate school which provides the skills, knowledge, and concepts our children need for the 21st century. The beautiful 40-acre campus provides numerous opportunities for hands-on learning and environmental stewardship. This is a community of learners!

- submitted by a teacher
July 28, 2010
I can not say enough positive things about High Meadows! I have just re-enrolled my son for his second year, and my daughter went 2 years preschool as well. We drove 45 minutes each way to get there and finally moved to Roswell once we realized we wanted our children to go there as long as possible. I first heard of this school from a child psychologist who had checked out all the preschools in a 30 mile radius and said it was the best --- I was pregnant at the time and wrote down the name. As an educator I had many criteria --- looking at the whole child (especially social skills at this level), developing a love of learning and fostering global awareness, environmental, drama, art, lots of time outside, and more and HM has it all. We LOVE it!!!

- submitted by a parent
June 28, 2010
The teachers are mediocre. The curriculum is designed for students who are very self-motivated. However, there are many children with behavior issues. This interferes with the entire process. The discipline program is weak at best. The administration seems to contradict themselves often with who they claim to be and who they actually are. Their academics are inquiry-based, but their core knowledge is lacking. I do not agree with the lack of grading, testing, text books, etc. I am a former teacher, and I do believe there are much better schools for the cost.

- submitted by a parent
May 31, 2010
Excellent school for a motivated student. Globally & evironmentally focused with a whole child development approach to learning. Students individual gifts, talents and leadership skills developed.

- submitted by a parent
May 12, 2010
I agree with the parent who said that you need to fit their prototype. If you do, great. This is not a school that celebrates individuality. The administration/mgmt can be almost militaristic in their enforcement of 'school policy.' It's too bad, really. The campus is amazing and some of the teachers are really good. But, all of that is overshadowed by the pervasive attitude of 'fit in' or get out. They act like you are lucky your child is there. Also, don't expect to have any input as to how your child is educated. They tell you how it's going to be and you basically have no say. This is a great school for 'sheeple.'

- submitted by a parent
no rating March 05, 2010
I came across these reveiews and saw that most are extremely positive and only 2 were somewhat negative. I had 2 kids attend the school and for one it was an amazing place that stimulated learning and provided a secure environment for him to build his self esteem and love for learning. For my other kid, it was a disasterous experience and all the shortcomings of the management and the particular teachers involved were exposed for what they truly were. If your child fits their prototype - the school is amazing but if it is suspected that he/she doesn't; then beware.

- submitted by a parent
February 25, 2010
Our daughter started preschool last year, and we LOVE it. I can't wait to start my son there when he is old enough. Fantastic, committed faculty and administration; totally in line with our goals for our children's education; and best of all, my suburban sweethearts won't be city slickers - they will grow up with part of their lives being fully tapped into nature, seasons, and the outdoors. Wonderful!

- submitted by a parent
February 17, 2010
High Meadows is an excellent environment to prepare for high school.

- submitted by a student
January 26, 2010
Our daughter thrives at High Meadows. The campus is beautiful, and they now have a brand-new community center (gymnasium) for large gatherings and performances. We love the whole atmosphere at HM.

- submitted by a parent
no rating November 06, 2009
This school has turned my child around. My child now loves to learn. Its amazing.

- submitted by a parent
no rating November 04, 2009
It's the school everyone wishes they could have attended as a child, with an amazing sense of the wonder of childhood.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 18, 2009
We love the warm & nurturing environment. Great 'outside the box' teaching methods from outstanding teachers!

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 22, 2009
I disagree with a previous parent who left the negative review. The school tells you from day one that this school isn't for everyone. They expect parents to be committed to working with their own children. It's a partnership with the parents, which is what makes it so different from public school. They do grade middle school children, and there are plenty of opportunities for 'competition'. The school is small, so they don't have organized sports, but they offer many programs after school that are naturally competitive. The school is well known for its debate team as well. This previous parent apparently wasn't tuned in to the school's philosophy or many programs and evidently wants a school to raise their child for them.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 22, 2009
True, there are no sports teams outside of school, but the students participate in team sports during their PE classes (which are required classes). The team sports activities in the Physical Education program include football, soccer, volleyball, basketball, hockey, and softball. Not to mention individual sports such as swimming, tumbling, and track and field.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 20, 2009
It really puts the child first creating a nurturing and stimulating learning environment.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 17, 2009
High Meadows is a inquiry-based school with a strong commitment to the environment and an internationally focused curriculum. The students learn to be independent, creative, compassionate global citizens of the world.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 17, 2009
It's what school should be! ib World School, plenty of open space, great faculty, a clear focus on helping kids become international citizens and life long learners. It's one of a kind.

- submitted by a parent
July 27, 2009
My daughter has been at this school for 3 years and my youngest will be starting there this year. It is an amazing place. My child loves it there and we are so pleased with how she is being taught. I have seen some of the most amazing and dedicated teachers and staff. It is a place whee children are taught and encouraged to think not just memorize. They are taught to wonder and question. The emphasis is not on grades and performance but on the development of the whole child. Their philosophy is one to admire. All children should have the opportunity to grow & learn in such a nurturing and open environment. We are so happy to be a part of the HM family and look forward to many years to come.

- submitted by a parent
July 14, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
April 24, 2008
I want to make a special note about the school's outstanding Middle Years program. High Meadows gives 6th to 8th graders the tools they need to cope with their social and emotional realities, learning to answer the question, 'who am I?' They teach the kids to self-advocate and be responsible for their own educations. At the same time, they recognize that at this age group also is able to handle larger interpretive and intellectual challenges. When my son entered a highly rigorous and challenging high school program this year, he was exceedingly well prepared - moreso, he said, than people from virtually every other middle school/jr. high in town. He knew what to look for in friends and in himself, as well, which made his transition to high school even easier.

- submitted by a parent
no rating August 18, 2007
This school has a great philosophy and most of the teachers a sweet and nurturing. Many students are not pushed to achieve what they are capable of. Leadership of the school is weak.

- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2006
This is a good school and the teachers are very dedicated. Because of the small class sizes, the teachers are very aware where each child is academically and socially. The children are not graded in the traditional sense, but receive a narrative report. Thus, it is often hard to determine exactly where your child is and if they are performing at, below or on grade level. Because it is a small private school, there are not a lot of the typical resources - i.e., cafeteria, gymnasium. However, the school does offer a lot of great things you will not find a most schools - i.e., the campus is beautiful, there are a lot of outdoor activities, there are animals on site, there is a pool.

- submitted by a parent
January 14, 2006
My children went there for pk and thru 3rd grade when i finally realized this school is not for everyone. If you have a motivated child and are committed to working with your child outside of school, great. There are no tests (so you kid will never learn how to take one), no grades (no report cards, narratives instead), no competition (someone's feelings will be hurt if they lose) so therefore no sports teams, soccer afterschool sports, nothing. Kids are nice, but its not the real world. I had enough and left.

- submitted by a parent
August 01, 2005
Our daughter attended from k-4. We actually pulled her out and home schooled her and she did much better. Too much teacher turnover, some lack of discipline, questionable curriculum. Lots of preassure to donate extra money after tuition.

- submitted by a parent
August 06, 2004
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Since its founding in 1973, High Meadows has worked to create the ideal educational environment for children with influences that include internationally renowned educational methodologies (British Infant School, Reggio Emilia, IB/PYP). Recognized for best practices, innovation, and excellence by major educational organizations including IB and SAIS-SACS.

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High Meadows School
1055 Willeo Rd, Roswell, GA  30075
(770) 993-2940
Last modified High Meadows School is a Private school that serves grades PK-8
High Meadows School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 61 reviews. Top