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To enroll your child for the 2023-24 school year, you can enroll online via Infinite Campus OR call your school’s main office to make an appointment to register in-person.
We are excited to welcome your child into Pre-K with Purpose Built Schools Atlanta.
Innovating Schools. Inspiring Minds.
We engage more than 1,500 students from Pre-Kindergarten to 12th grade through authentic and culturally relevant project-based instruction.
Tapping Into Unlimited Potential
The neighborhoods of south Atlanta are full of potential, but the schools have not always ensured opportunity for all the students in their care. Atlanta Public Schools partnered with Purpose Built Schools Atlanta to manage Slater Elementary, Thomasville Heights Elementary, Price Middle and Carver STEAM Academy to give each school the support they need.
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from our Schools
Mike Davis Named Chief Executive Officer of Purpose Built SchoolsAfter an intensive search, Purpose Built Schools Atlanta is thrilled to announce that Mike Davis has been named the next Chief Executive Officer. Mike will officially assume the CEO role beginning May 2023. An engaging, innovative and experienced leader, Mike has more than two decades of non-profit, business, and educational experience, including leadership roles at … Continue Reading →
Purpose Built Schools Releases Progress Report Showing Steady GainsThe 2021-22 school year was the fourth full year of operating the complete PreK – 12 pipeline of schools, which includes Slater Elementary School, Price Middle School, Carver STEAM Academy, and previously, Thomasville Heights Elementary School. By offering this complete PreK – 12 trajectory, we provide a consistent, positive experience for students as they make … Continue Reading →
CARVER STEAM ACADEMYCarver STEAM’s coursework is intellectually rigorous and engaging for all of our students, offering AP classes and an engaging STEAM curriculum. Watch what we do:
AileyCamp Launches in Partnership with Purpose Built Schools Atlanta to Inspire and Transform Area Students Among 10 Cities NationwideAileyCamp, the nationally acclaimed summer program that uses dance as a means to stretch the minds, bodies, and spirits of middle-school students, is coming to Atlanta this summer from June 5 – July 14 at Luther J. Price Middle School in partnership with Purpose Built Schools Atlanta. The six-week, full scholarship program helps students ages … Continue Reading →
Teachers make great neighborsWhen Slater Elementary School Assistant Principal Dumaka Moultrie learned about “Teachers on the Block,” he and his wife, Antoinette, were intrigued and hopeful. The program, a partnership made possible by FCS Ministries, Citizens Trust Bank, and Neighborworks Columbus, provides Purpose Built Schools employees the opportunity to qualify for down payment assistance for buying a home. … Continue Reading →
Community Growth through Education
We empower students to become change agents who create positive, long-lasting impact in their communities.
Achievement with Caring Guidance
The key to our success is innovative, caring educators who come to school every day excited to help students – and their families – discover their excellence.
NOTICE OF INTENT TO APPLY FOR FY 23 21st CCLC PROGRAM GRANT
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta, in partnership with Atlanta Public Schools and Purpose Built Schools, intends to submit an application to the Georgia State Department of Education for a 21st CCLC grant. The grant will support an academic and workforce readiness after school programs for students attending Thomasville Heights Elementary, Luther J. Price Middle School, and Carver High School in Fulton County. If you have any comments on the proposed program, please contact Lorene Jackson, Senior Vice President of Programs and Operations at 404-922-4327 ext. 1085. A copy of the application will be available for public review after submittal at the BGCMA support center 2880 Dresden Drive, Chamblee GA.
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