Is Pride School Atlanta the Best Investment for Your Child?

  |  Topic: Editor Picks, Education, Identity, LGBTQ, School, Senior Picks 2016

Christian Zsilavetz, co-founder of Pride School Atlanta and transgender male, feels as though LGBT identifying and gender nonconforming kids should be in a school environment where students are able to “be, learn, and grow.” Pride School Atlanta is a K-12, private school geared toward students and educators who want a safe and encouraging education academically and socially. This sounds like heaven for any student no matter how they sexually identify, but in the court of public opinion the school has received national coverage and criticism.

Westminster Wraps Up Second JanTerm

  |  Topic: Atlanta Teen Voices, Education

In January 2015, The Westminster Schools introduced JanTerm—an intensive, three-week course of study allowing Upper School students to focus on a single topic in great depth and at an accelerated pace. The school just wrapped up its second year of the successful program, which is well-liked by students and teachers alike.

VOX, Moving In The Spirit Team Up To “Shake The Stigma” of HIV/AIDS

  |  Topic: Atlanta Teen Voices, Education, Health and Wellness, VOX Investigates

Walking down the hallway of Carver High School in southeast Atlanta, my pockets stuffed with condoms and other merch, I felt good. Not only had I been enlightened with the gift of knowledge but I had also been given something more important — a great experience. VOX’s Dec 5 event, co-hosted with Atlanta’s non-profit teen […]

APS Superintendent addresses graduation rates, reopening MLK’s former school at State of the District

  |  Topic: Education, I heart ATL, School

  Towering in the skies, decrepit and abandoned, lies the David T. Howard School in the historic Old Fourth Ward. Atlanta’s first black mayor, Maynard Jackson, and civil rights activist, Martin Luther King, Jr., once walked the school’s halls more than 50 years ago. The David T. Howard School is expected to reopen in five years […]