High Meadows graduates are known for their confidence, poise, creative problem solving, critical thinking, and ability to connect with their teachers and peers. Ninety-nine percent of our graduates are accepted to their high school of choice.

Many of our graduates choose to attend their local public high school or magnet school while others choose to attend private high schools including:  

Atlanta Girls' School Atlanta International School
Galloway School Blessed Trinity Catholic High School
Hebrew Academy Holy Spirit Preparatory School
Holy Innocents' Episcopal School  Kings Ridge Christian School
Marist School Paideia School
Pace Academy St. Francis High School
Walker School St. Pius Catholic High school
Wesleyan School Woodward Academy
The Westminster Schools  


High School Honors

Governor's Honors Program participants

United States Youth Senate Program participants

National Honor Society members

Beta Club members


Colleges Attended by Our Graduates Include:

Boston College Columbia University
Brown University Dartmouth College
Duke University Emory University
Furman University Georgia Tech
Harvard University MIT
Northeastern University Northwestern University
Purdue University Stanford University
University of Alabama University of Chicago
University of Georgia University of Michigan
University of North Carolina University of Pennsylvania
University of Texas University of Vermont
Vanderbilt University Xavier University
  Yale University


Beyond college, our graduates make an impact when they enter the workforce. High Meadows alumni work in a wide variety of fields as entrepreneurs, scientists, healthcare professionals, public servants, educators (some of whom have chosen to come back to High Meadows to make a difference in the classroom), and more. One graduate started an international nonprofit; another directed and produced an ad that aired during the Super Bowl.

High Meadows graduates are employed with organizations such as Center for Addictions Research, and Services at Boston University, National Council of La Raza, Mathematica Policy Research, Institute of Nuclear Power Operations, U.S. Department of State, and Random House Books. In high school and beyond, High Meadows graduates stand out not only as excellent students but also as exceptional thinkers.

"At High Meadows, I've learned, taught, studied, explored, hiked up a mountain, written, read, watched, drawn, traveled, talked, sung 'til my voice was sore, run, jumped, and swum in a pool. I've hugged, laughed, cried, and grown up here. I cannot stress this enough: This place has shaped me into who I am. Wherever life takes me, I will always have this school, this second home, tucked away in a special place in my heart. - Mike Bascle, HMS´10

High Meadows School is a member of the Atlanta Area Association of Independent Schools (AAAIS) and we follow the guidelines outlined in the AAAIS brochure “Principles of Good Practice.” High Meadows School does not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, color, creed, national origin, religion, veteran status, sex, age or sexual orientation in employment, admission of students or in providing its services in any manner.

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