Call 770-998-0311 to enroll for Spring 2020 

We are a college preparatory school for grades 6-12. 

  • Nationally accredited by Cogina / AdvancEd
  • Classes are Monday through Thursday, from 9 a.m. – 3.30 p.m.
  • All student work is completed onsite (no homework)
  • Available courses include: Calculus, Pre-Calculus, Computer Programming, Spanish 1-4, Archaeology


At Atlanta Country Day School we believe that every student can succeed. This is why we have a small and safe environment perfect for students needing individual attention in the classroom.

Our fully-customized programs allow for onsite and offsite learning to work with varied schedules whether your child requires tutoring in a difficult subject, or a flexible option to complete their high school education.

Day School

Summer School

Hybrid & Distance Learning

Elena Flood – 2018 Valedictorian
"I had an excellent time at ACDS. The teachers went to great lengths to assure to received the education I needed and now I have top pick of schools."
Samantha Reich – Current Student
“I have always struggled with school, but I am excelling at ACDS. The love & amount of care the teachers give is the best. I finally have hope in my education & future."

ACDS prides itself in maintaining a safe, accredited, and individualized learning environment for all who attend.

Atlanta Country Day School’s Purpose Statement:

Atlanta Country Day School will prepare its graduates to be:

Responsible, Self-Directed Adults who:

  • Make realistic choices/informed decisions based on factual knowledge, an awareness of their strengths and weaknesses
  • Are committed to life-long learning.
  • Exhibit study habits and work habits, including regular, punctual attendance and effective time management
  • Are able to investigate the relationships between their education and their personal goals.

Ethical/Effective Citizens who:

  • Respect cultural, physical, economic, intellectual, age, gender, and religious diversity
  • Adopt and value ethical principles and attitudes (i.e. honesty, integrity, responsibility, compassion)
  • Recognize and value their responsibility to society and make positive contributions to their community (i.e. care for the environment, volunteer)
  • Recognize the consequences of the use of drugs, alcohol, and tobacco.

Complex/Critical Thinkers who:

  • Have mastered fundamentals of language, history, math, science, and foreign language
  • Demonstrate the ability to collect, analyze, and organize resources and information
  • Effectively analyze data from multiple sources to develop solutions to problems
  • Use logical decision-making processes
  • Demonstrate the ability to apply decisions or solutions to future situations by making predictions, connections, and/or recommendations.


Family Atmosphere. No Bullying Policy.


Fully accredited. Knowledgeable teachers.


6:1 student teacher ratio. One-on-one learning.