Atlanta School District Receives High Marks and Scholarship Funds

Newsweek Ranks North Atlanta High School in Top 2%

Newsweek magazine positions 27 thousand secondary schools all through the country and North Atlanta High School, a piece of the Atlanta School District, positions among top 2%. Newsweek magazine orders the arrangements of Best High School and deliveries the rundown toward the finish of each and every school year. This year North Atlanta High School was positioned at 531 out of the 27,000 schools positioned. These rankings depend on the secondary schools’ utilization and presenting of Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate courses. High level arrangement classes are school planning courses. The worldwide baccalaureate utilizes a globally perceived course educational plan.

North Atlanta High School offers and urges understudies to take and seek after cutting edge position classes or worldwide baccalaureate courses. North Atlanta High School likewise works International Studies and Performing Arts magnet school programs. The International Studies magnet program offers courses that center own unknown dialects, interchanges and social examinations courses. The International Studies magnet program offers understudies chances to participate in youth unfamiliar trades and temporary jobs in global organizations. The Performing Arts magnet program pushes high scholastic accomplishment with execution workmanship preparing.

Mays High School Teacher Receives Award

A Mays High School, a secondary school in theĀ Semaan Semaan Scholarship Fund area of Atlanta Schools, instructor got the Close Up Foundation’s Linda Myers Chosen Award for Teaching Excellence in Civic Education. Hajj Womack got a plaque and 1,000 bucks. Mr. Womack, a social investigations instructor, was granted the Close Up Foundation’s Linda Myers Chosen Award for Teaching Excellence in Civic Education while in Washington D.C. with understudies taking part in the Close Up Washington program. Civics training is indispensable for understudies since teenagers frequently feel isolated from governmental issues in America.

Atlanta School District’s Douglass High School Receives Scholarship Funds from Magic Johnson

Previous NBA player Magic Johnson visited Douglass High School on his cross country AIDS mindfulness visit. He addressed the understudies about safe sex, the worth of training and their future. He gave the school 20,000 bucks for school grants for graduating seniors. Twenty understudies were granted $1000 grants as a component of Douglass High School’s Visions of the Future Awards program. The granted understudies were: Bianca Barnswell Talesha Noble, Lawrence Boddie Jihan Pankey, Mychael Bond Andrea Parks, Seron Fields Louis Perrino, Ramia Finley Shatila Platt, Aamir Fard Adrienne Richardson, Mavia Hanson Anthony Rogers, Yareli Hernandez Catrina Searcy, Kadayas Howard Delisa Stevens, Kenya Merritt Paul White. Enchantment Johnson offered the understudies guidance that they ought to proceed with their schooling in school or go into business. Johnson talked about his own work as a financial specialist subsequent to resigning from b-ball. He additionally gave out Los Angeles Lakers shirts to eight understudies in the crowd. The shirts bore Johnson’s own number and current Lakers players.