Save the date: APS Neighborhood Celebration for southeast schools, Oct. 2!

UPDATE: Check out these profiles on Coan Middle School, King Middle, Parkside Elementary, the participating Confucius Institute schools, and the charter schoolsDownload and share this copy of the flyer!

The second annual APS Neighborhood Celebration will take place between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 2, at Maynard H. Jackson High School (801 Glenwood Ave. SE, Atlanta GA, 30316). Part pep rally, part open house, the “All for All, One by One” event will celebrate our neighborhood schools through student performances, a “Parade of Schools,” school displays and a canned food drive benefiting the Atlanta Community Food Bank and Hosea Feed The Hungry & Homeless. (Check out last year’s amazing Neighborhood Celebration!)

Parents, prospective students, Realtors and school, civic and business partners from the southeast Atlanta community are invited to attend to experience what’s happening at their neighborhood APS school. For more information, email

Come back to this page for continual updates and previews from the participating schools as they give us a sneak peek at what you can expect as we celebrate our southeast Atlanta schools! For example, you can learn about such exciting school program’s as Jackson High’s performing arts offerings (pictured above).

Featured schools:
Maynard H. Jackson High
Coan Middle
King Middle
Atlanta Charter Middle
Charles R. Drew Charter
Imagine Wesley International Academy Charter
Neighborhood Charter
Intown Academy
• Benteen Elementary
Burgess-Peterson Academy
Cook Elementary
East Lake Elementary
Parkside Elementary
Hill-Hope Elementary
Toomer Elementary
Whitefoord Elementary
Tech High

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