High Meadows in the News
"Once a ‘walking skeleton,’ rescued horse shows kids what love can do"
Gracie Bond-Staples of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution shares the transformation story of Bella Luna, a horse who has a new life at High Meadows School.
“The Head & the Heart: The Real World of Child-Centered Education”
An article by Tom Junod, national award-winning writer and a parent at High Meadows since 2007. Tom has won two National Magazine Awards and serves on the High Meadows Board of Trustees.
“Mindfulness: Learning to live in the moment at school, at home”
Director of Support Services Sue Amacker, Director of Educational Advancement Kate McElvaney, and parent and Director of Admission Laura Nicholson talk to Gracie Bond-Staples of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution about mindfulness at High Meadows.
"Meeting Children Where They Are: The Multiage Classroom”
Associate Head of School Margaret Jones and Head of School Jay Underwood write about High Meadows’ powerful multiage classroom approach in Independent Ideas: The Independent School Magazine Blog, published by the National Association of Independent Schools.
“The journey to Minecraft Music at High Meadows School”
Music Director Paula Williams writes in Innovate My School about using Minecraft to teach children how to love learning music.
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