The Friends School of Atlanta (FSA) has extended its values-based education to a full-day preschool (PreK3) class for 3–year–olds. The school day runs from 8:15 am to 3:15 am, with before care (as early as 7:45 am) and after care (until 6:00 pm) included in the cost of tuition. Learn More
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Summer Camps registration will begin in January 2018!
Elementary School – Pre-K through 4th Grade
Our elementary school provides an academically challenging curriculum with the flexibility to meet the needs of younger students. Learn More
Middle School – Grades 5 through 8
Our middle school seeks to meet the educational and emotional needs of early adolescent students who are experiencing rapid physical, intellectual and social growth. Learn More
Our mission is to provide challenging academics in a diverse environment, drawing on the Quaker testimonies, or values, of simplicity, peace, integrity, community, equality and stewardship to empower our students to go out into the world with conscience, conviction and compassion.
Starting in Fall 2018, The Friends School of Atlanta will provide aftercare for Pre-K 3, Pre-K and Kindergarten at no additional cost. As our youngest classes grow, we have the opportunity to create a … [Read More...]
The Friends School of Atlanta is expanding its substitute teacher list for all grades. Qualified candidates will have classroom experience or a background in education for age 3 through 8th grade. To … [Read More...]
FSA has an immediate opening for an Admissions Coordinator, who will work with the Director of Advancement and Admissions and the Head of School to coordinate efforts to introduce the school to … [Read More...]
“Noticias! Noticias!” rang out the news carriers on the third floor of FSA as they scurried from room to room. On any given day, it’s not unusual to hear such enthusiastic footsteps peddling to and … [Read More...]
This year in fifth grade Bridges class, we used the book Seedfolks by Paul Fleischman to learn about our own learning. The story, which is set in a run-down neighborhood in Cleveland, Ohio, is told in … [Read More...]