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1055 Willeo Road

Roswell, Georgia 30075

What We Believe

High Meadows School

1055 Willeo Road
Roswell, Georgia 30075

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

High Meadows is a place of discovery, joy, and childhood.

When the four founders of High Meadows came together nearly 50 years ago, they envisioned a school and camp program that inspired children to learn and grow through joyful experience, meaningful relationships, connection to nature, and deep thinking. While our programs have grown and evolved over time, these core values are still at the heart of the student experience at High Meadows.  Our programs and decisions are guided by our Mission, Vision, and Values, outlined below.

Our Mission

The High Meadows community celebrates and perpetuates each individual’s quest for knowledge and skill, sense of wonder, and connection to the natural environment. We empower each to be a compassionate, responsible, and active global citizen.

Our Vision

High Meadows School and Camp inspires adventurous learners who ask questions that drive learning and seek sustainable solutions in collaboration with others. Our students emerge as ethical leaders with the skills and habits of mind to grow and adapt as they discover a place of purpose and joy in an ever-changing world.

As a Community, We Value…

We value childhood as a distinct stage of life marked by a compelling drive to learn and persevere. We believe that children

  • are naturally curious.
  • deserve understanding and respect.
  • learn and mature in different ways and at different paces.
  • should be empowered to take risks, reflect, and try again.

We value a diverse community of belonging as essential to growth and learning.  At High Meadows, we

  • respect and appreciate the multi-dimensional identities of individuals who make up our community.
  • seek and support belonging and significance in our journey to understand ourselves and others.
  • commit to open communication and constructive dialogue.
  • purposefully cultivate respectful relationships among all members of the community.

We value our campus and its historical significance as a starting point from which to explore and understand the world and our responsibility in its future. At High Meadows, we

  • engage with the natural environment consciously, respectfully, and purposefully.
  • inspire students to appreciate and inhabit the earth responsibly.
  • utilize the outdoors to benefit mental and physical wellbeing.
  • act as compassionate stewards of our interconnected world.

Inclusion and Diversity

The High Meadows community values and supports diversity in all its dimensions, including but not limited to each person’s unique combination of race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, age, physical ability, learning style, religious beliefs, political views, perspectives, and life experiences.

By embracing diversity, we expand our understanding of others, stimulate our own learning and growth, and connect with one another and the world. Moving beyond simple tolerance builds a safe, positive, and nurturing environment that expands each individual’s enduring sense of belonging and significance.

Learn more about Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice at High Meadows.