Carl G. Renfroe Middle School, named for a former superintendent, opened in 1972 and is the newest school in the…More district. The school is a candidate school in the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme.
Derrick Thomas is Renfroe's school principal.
Decatur High School 310 N McDonough St, Decatur, GA30030 Decatur High School is part of Decatur's award-winning school system. The school follows the curriculum of the…More International Baccalaureate program and is seeking to expand that up to 12th grade. A recent school expansion includes a new auditorium, an overhaul of the athletic stadium and field for the Bulldogs and more. Lauri McKain is the school's principal.
The Wilson Academy 6025 Covington Hwy, Decatur, GA30035 The Wilson Academy is a private school serving students in the metro Atlanta community. The school is a non-profit…More organization providing year-round education for middle school and high school students. It is labeled as one of the most competitive school programs in Dekalb county. Originally founded as an extracurricular tutoring program, the school's mission is to provide well-rounded education with competitive private school tuition rates. The curriculum focuses on finance education, college preparation and positive community involvement.
Historic Oakhurst Elementary School was built in 1915 and expanded in 2000 with a complete makeover. The school…More serves grades K-3 and utilizes the "Expeditionary Learning" teaching method. School colors are green and gold and the mascot is the owl.
Mary Mack is principal of Oakhurst Elementary School.
The Museum School opened in August 2010 and is the first theme school of its type in the state of Georgia. At the…More Museum School, students learn through partnerships with museums and other community organizations in a project-based curriculum. The students learn at places including The Georgia Aquarium, High Museum and Atlanta History Center. Plans call for the addition of the more grades up to 8th.
The school plans to relocate to a permanent facility in fall 2012.
Winnona Park Elementary School 510 Avery St, Decatur, GA30030 Winnona Park Elementary serves the southeastern section of City of Decatur. The historic school, built by architect J.W.…More Sayward, opened in 1923. School colors are purple and gold and its motto is "Winnona Park Wildcats are cool." Gregory Wiseman is principal of the school.
AAAA Driving School 3096 N Decatur Rd, Scottdale, GA30079 AAAA Driving School is located in Decatur, Georgia, and offers a rigorous training program for young drivers. AAAA…More Driving School offers courses for teens and adults, as well as remedial courses and defensive driving courses. AAAA driving school boasts a highly trained staff as well as top-of-the-line vehicles and equipment. Check the website for more information about classes.
International Community School 2418 Wood Trail Ln, Decatur, GA30033 The International Community School (ICS) is a charter school for refugee and immigrant students from across the world.…More It is located at the Avondale Pattillo United Methodist Church. It offers a full curriculum designed to educate and nurture children from a variety of different cultural backgrounds. The curriculum includes education in music and the arts, physical education, language, math and science. Children are taught English at the school and once they have mastered that, they move on to learning other languages. The school has two campuses.
The Global Village School is a nonprofit that provides educational training—including intensive English…More language programs—to teenage girls ages 12 to 20 who are survivors of war and refugee camps. The school helps its students with enhanced academic programs in all subject areas but also incorporates essential life skills training.
The school formed out of what was called "Saturday School" to meet the needs of five teen survivors of war from Afghanistan. In June 2008, the Saturday School, in partnership with the Agnes Scott College, was awarded a $200,000 grant from the Atlanta Women's Foundation to pilot an expanded program and open a full-day school for 30 teenage refugee girls.