Price’s coursework is intellectually rigorous and engaging for all of our students, offering an engaging STEAM curriculum. Learn more.
With enrichments like band, sports, art and robotics, and more, Price is a place where scholars can explore a variety of subjects to discover their full potential.
Price offers an Advanced Pathways track that identifies and places students in advanced courses. Scholars will earn high school credit while at Price.
Price Middle School has a beautiful farm in sprout. Mrs. Thomas and her Wildcat A&T students, along with support from a local urban farmer, have set the foundation for what will become a source of healthy food options for the South Atlanta community. Learn more.
Price Middle School Highlights
Tournament a Game Changer for Students
A team of five students from the Price chess team attended the US Chess Federation’s National Junior High Championship in Grapevine, TX. The Wildcat players, three of whom were brand new to chess, took home sixth place after competing against some of the brightest young minds in the country.
Student-led Farms Nourish and Empower
Price’s farm empowers students to be change agents in their own communities by showing them the value of creating their own food systems and ecosystems and providing their families and neighborhood with healthy, accessible food.
100Cameras Project Inspires Students
The new photography program at Price, The 100Cameras Project, inspires students to tell their stories in new ways. The 100Cameras partnership provided 15 students with free cameras and training to become great photographers as they take photos to raise money for their school.
Price is going up, up, and away to success!
The Passport to Change program at Price Middle School took off. This year’s program gave over 90 7th and 8th grade students the opportunity to learn about the airline industry careers in STEM through mentoring and collaborating with students across the world.
Dr. Natasha Hogan-Mahan
Dr. Natasha Mahan has held numerous leadership roles in APS. She brings a passion for engaging middle school students to discover their full potential. At Price Middle School, Dr. Hogan-Mahan most recently served as Dean of Academics where she led the implementation of high quality, project-based instruction as part of Purpose Built Schools Atlanta’s proven model to put scholars on a trajectory for success through college and in their careers. As principal, Dr. Hogan-Mahan leads a school-wide social emotional learning program to address the emotional needs of both students and staff. She also helms the cultural and instructional shifts necessary to create sustained growth in student achievement in the Carver Cluster.