Coretta Scott King Young Women’s Leadership Academy High School Students Recognized during Honors Convocation

CSKYWLA High School students who maintain stellar grades for three consecutive semesters are presented with a Varsity Academic sweater.  The sweater symbolizes perseverance and achievement as the young women overcome many personal obstacles to maintain a creditable academic record.  Honorees selected mentors, family members, and teachers stand with them as the sweaters were presented.  As... Continue Reading →

Experiencing Shakespeare at Brown

During the 2012-2013 school year, Brown Middle School has participated in a partnership with the Atlanta Shakespeare Company. In October, teachers had the opportunity to take 7th and 8th grade Gifted & Talented Academy students at Brown and students from the Boys and Girls Academies to see a performance of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth. "Viewing a live production was... Continue Reading →

The Governor’s Office of Student Achievement Recognizes Atlanta Public Schools for Improved CRCT Test Security Procedures

The Governor’s Office of Student Achievement (GOSA) has recognized Atlanta Public Schools (APS) for significantly improving auditing and security procedures related to administering the Criterion-Referenced Competency Test (CRCT). In an e-bulletin posted on the GOSA website, APS is acknowledged for implementing measures to increase the security of assessment data and testing materials. In July of... Continue Reading →

The UPS Foundation Helps Fund STEM Programs at Fickett

Fickett Elementary School received a $25,000 grant from The UPS Foundation, the charitable arm of UPS.  The grant will be used toward the implementation of a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) program that will help expose students to career paths such as engineering, robotics, computer science, and medicine. "We are extremely grateful for the... Continue Reading →

Middle School Playoff Games at Price Middle School to Continue

The Monday, February 4 playoff game at Price Middle School will proceed as scheduled. Atlanta Public Schools safety and security officials are implementing a reinforced plan for the school and the playoff game, to ensure that all students, parents and community stakeholders are safe. Attendees will see a visible security presence at the school; in... Continue Reading →

Price High School Alumni gives back to Price Middle School

On January 22, 2013, the Luther Judson Price High School Athletic/Alumni Association presented Price Middle School with checks to support current programs and needs.  The Athletic/Alumni Association began in 2006 and has directly supported Price Middle School for the last two years in the form of financial contributions to further the Academic and Athletic Programs,... Continue Reading →

Hope-Hill Students Meet Christine King Farris in Celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day

On January 18th, kindergarten and first grade students from Hope-Hill Elementary School met Martin Luther King, Jr.’s sister, Christine King Farris, at The Old Ebenezer Church. Christine King Farris is the eldest sibling of the late Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. A student audience from 5-6 local schools gathered as she read her book, “My... Continue Reading →

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