For students in grades 9 through 12, the Upper School offers a curriculum which is college preparatory in nature and challenging in style. Honors sections and advanced placement courses provide accelerated work for students of exceptional ability and motivation. A broad program of electives allows students to begin exploration of areas in which they have interest while extracurricular offerings help develop abilities and interests in such areas as journalism, the arts, service and leadership.*
The Middle School provides a transitional period for the academic and social growth of students in grades seven and eight. By coordinating the Middle School curriculum with both the elementary and secondary grades, the Middle School incorporates work at the academic, college preparatory, and honors levels in English, mathematics, science, social studies, foreign language, computer science, study skills, life skills, physical education, and the performing and visual arts. Assemblies, field trips, student organizations and athletic offerings work together to enhance the overall academic experience.*
Housed in Walter J. Thomas Hall, the Lower School enrolls students in grades four through six. The students follow a daily schedule which allows for instruction from specialists in each academic field. A 10,000 volume library, computer science laboratory, arts facility, and gymnasium/cafeteria complete the Lower School campus. An intramural athletic program for grades four through six helps to round out the student's educational experience.*
The Primary School is a self-contained facility for students in kindergarten through third grade. In addition to an accelerated curriculum which includes language arts, reading, math, science, social studies and foreign language, students also enjoy regular instruction in music, art, computer and physical education. A 4,000 volume library and a computer science laboratory help to build upon each student's enthusiasm and inquisitive nature, and seek to develop a love of learning.*
Woodward North Campus
The Woodward North Campus borders the Chattahoochee National Recreation Area in north Fulton County near Johns Creek and draws Pre-kindergarten through sixth grade students students from Alpharetta, Cumming, Duluth, Dunwoody, Orchard Park, Roswell and Suwanee. Woodward North offers a computer laboratory, an arts center, an extensive media center, and a wooded nature trail with a classroom which allows for interactive learning experiences. A daily express bus service is available to and from the Main Campus from Woodward North for grades 7-12.
*The Upper, Middle, Lower and Primary Schools are all on Main Campus in the historic College Park area near the Atlanta Airport.