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Roswell, Georgia 30075

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High Meadows School

Address
1055 Willeo Road
Roswell, Georgia 30075

Contact Info
770.993.2940
info@highmeadows.org

School Hours
Monday – Friday
8:25 a.m. – 3:15 p.m.

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High Meadows School offers a rich and varied learning landscape to complement and expand classroom learning. Each school day, our campus inspires students to engage in joyful discovery, develop respectful connections to the natural environment, and translate knowledge into meaningful action. We are conveniently located near many Metro Atlanta areas: from Sandy Springs to Woodstock, Alpharetta to Marietta. Take a visual tour using the slideshow below of some of High Meadows’ most treasured places across our 42 acres of land in Historic Roswell.

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As stewards of our beautiful campus, it is important that we continue to honor our land, understand the educational opportunity the space provides, and maintain the natural environment found here.

To ensure we honor our land and those that came before us, High Meadows School & Camp has officially adapted this Land Acknowledgement to be said out loud at the beginning of public events.

High Meadows School & Camp acknowledges that we are meeting on native ground, the ancestral land and home of the Cherokee and Muscogee Creek people, who were forcibly removed from their homeland in the1800s. This acknowledgement resists the erasure of indigenous histories and ongoing colonization. High Meadows recognizes that this statement is not enough. We are thankful to be able to freely work, play, and learn on this land. Our hope is to inspire action toward a sustained commitment to the land, indigenous rights, and cultural equity.

Colonialism is a present and ongoing process and we will be mindful of our participation in that process. We encourage readers and listeners of these words to take their own personal steps toward reconciliation with the land and its original caretakers. We at High Meadows commit to honor the land itself and the Cherokee and Muscogee Creek people through sustained action, programming, and learning experiences. This statement is and must be the beginning and not the end.

In order to have a current understanding of the land and spaces we are fortunate to utilize on our 42-acre campus, we have conducted a permaculture study. This study of our campus presents an exciting opportunity to further utilize the beloved space by all and expose more students to the merits of the school’s connection to the natural environment. Please click here to read through the Inventory and Analysis document prepared by Cambardella Environmental Planning & Landscape Architecture (CEPLA).