Slater’s coursework is intellectually rigorous and engaging for all of our students, offering an engaging STEAM curriculum. We offer an Advanced Pathways track, a program that identifies and places students in advanced courses as early as 5th grade. Learn more.
With enrichments like band, sports, art and robotics, and more, Slater is a place where scholars can explore a variety of subjects to discover their full potential.
PBSA provides free, high quality Pre-K instruction to 4-year-olds in our neighborhoods. Slater offers three Pre-K classes, which is triple the number of Pre-K seats that were available in South Atlanta before our partnership. Learn more.
Slater has a school farm that teaches scholars the value of creating and participating in their own food systems. Learn more about Slater’s farm program. Learn more.
Slater Elementary Highlights
Students at Slater celebrated Earth Day with a recycling campaign. They learned how to use paper to make seed bombs that grew into wildflowers.
Scholars Experience Different Enrichment Classes
Slater student artists created paper mache bags in Mr. Atwood’s art class. Across all grades, scholars enjoy experiencing different enrichment classes that help them discover their talents.
The Slater school farm enjoyed a beautiful harvest! They grew a bounty of watermelon and fresh okra, nurtured by Ms. Farrar’s 4th grade Environmental Science Scholars for their first quarter PBL.
What's Cookin' Cafe?
Slater Tigers launched the “What’s Cookin’ Cafe?” a new urban garden club. Students made healthy smoothies using fruit, vegetables, grains, protein and dairy.
Urban Recipe Food Program
The Slater community embraced a partnership with the Urban Recipe Food Program. Together, they created a food coop to help feed more families in the neighborhood.
Jovan Miles has served as an inner city and urban educator for over 13 years. He completed all of his post-secondary education at Georgia State University where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, a Master’s Degree in Educational Research, and a Specialist’s Degree in Educational Leadership.