A treasured part of the week for the Tie Dye Turtles Kindergarten/1st grade class is Forest Friday. That's when students in the class taught by Rebecca Drage andShannon Hostetler spend most…
1055 Willeo Road
Roswell, Georgia 30075
Education Through Experience
Perpetuating each student’s sense of wonder and desire to learn through a real-world, experiential curriculum.
The Nature of Learning
Our 42 acres of woods, meadows, and gardens provide the perfect outdoor classroom for daily learning and exploration.
Teaching principles that develop inquiring, knowledgeable, and caring young people motivated to succeed.
That’s because High Meadows School is a place of learning and laughter. Located in Roswell, we are considered to be one of the top private schools in the North Atlanta area where students find meaningful learning, academic success, and connection. It is here that diversity, discovery, adventure, and play go hand-in-hand with extraordinary academic preparation and exemplary student outcomes. We believe that teaching is about engaging and connecting, not reciting and repeating. Our teachers inspire children to ask the next question, explore what matters to them, and become respectful self-advocates.
Our students are expert critical thinkers, problem solvers, and decision makers because we teach in contexts that are personally relevant to each of them.
From ages three to 14, our kids feel at home in a nurturing, safe environment that encourages them to take risks, explore new interests, and learn who they are as people.
In late January, about 50 former students returned to High Meadows for Alumni Night which features a panel discussion open to the school community. Middle…
You're likely to see the name ‘Charli Shapiro’ someday at the movies! Charli, a 2017 High Meadows graduate, is a sophomore at Roswell High…
Kelly and George Cave know the value of a High Meadows education. For the past 13 years, they have had at least one child in…
Education that translates into success in the world is not what it used to be. It still requires hard work, discipline, and completeness. But it also means that students engage meaningfully, cognitively, and authentically in learning experiences."
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