at 1280 Buck Jones Rd, Raleigh, 27606 United States
Atlas International School of Raleigh, NC. Private school for pre-school through 8th grade featuring 6:1 student teacher ratio, foreign language instruction, violin, piano, healthy lifestyles and strong parental involvement.
Atlas International School is a preschool, elementary, and middle school. The student to teacher ratio at Atlas is 6 to 1 for all grades. At Atlas, we use an international curriculum that includes foreign languages (Spanish and French) and music (violin and piano). We also stress the healthy child, providing our students with two recesses a day and allowing only healthy foods for lunch. Atlas is fully approved by the state of North Carolina and all records are transferable. We are a parent-cooperative school whereby parents agree to actively help with homework each night. Atlas meets for a shorter day than most schools (9:30 to 2:00 or 9:30 to 2:30), thereby giving your child more time to pursue individual interests. Before-school and after-school programs are provided for elementary and middle school students. We easily cover the full curriculum required, because of the low student/teacher ratio and the parent involvement. Every year, our third and sixth graders take the End of Grade tests and most score well above average. Atlas is an independent, non-sectarian school. We encourage diversity and do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, or national origin.
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Time to Visit the Wax Museum! We are very excited to announce our annual Middle School Wax Museum. The event will take place Wednesday, November 11, from 9:45 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. Drop in anytime during the hour. (You will need about 20 minutes to see all of the exhibits.) Grab a pocketful of change and join us! Drop a few coins in the statues’ money boxes, and they will come to life telling you about their lives and accomplishments. All Atlas families and friends are welcome. Preschool and elemen- tary students will be attending with their teachers, so please send a small plastic baggie of coins to school with your child that day. This is a fundraiser for the middle school students, and tey will decide as a group how to spend the money. It’s always an entertaining and educational affair, so be sure to mark your calendar. The middle school students appreciate your support!