Early Childhood & Elementary School Program
from Pre-Nursery to Grade 5
Students at The American School Early Childhood Center (ECC) learn a variety of cognitive, social, and emotional skills from activities and lessons built around the GELDS (Georgia Early Learning Development Standards). The students begin their day exploring their outside Multi– Purpose Area which contains a rotating arrangement of play– based learning centers.
Middle School Program
from Grade 6 to Grade 8
TAS Middle School is a 3-year transitional level between primary and high school. Students are expected to already be developing independent study skills and will be empowered to understand that they play a very important role in assuming responsibility for their learning, for their own actions, and for the world that they are living in.
High School Program
from Grade 9 to Grade 12
The learning experience of TAS high school (Grades 9–12) is designed to provide students with the opportunity to reach their full academic and personal potential.
Navigate to The American School
- State-of-the-art facilities
- International curriculum and teachers
- More than 30,000 m? campus, more than 100 classrooms
- Safe and secure learning environment
- Competitive indoor basketball court and gym, soccer field
- Swimming pools, mini golf course and driving range, rooftop tennis court
- Auditorium and theater, vocational training studios
- Art, Music, and Drama studies
- Science and ICT labs
- Early Childhood Center
What Students Say
“TAS provided me with a lot of knowledge and soft skills. Studying at TAS gave me the opportunity to experience many extracurricular activities and a wide range of clubs. The learning environment and the community at TAS reflected the strong bond between teachers and students; everyone was very willing to support and help one another.”
Class of 2020
"When I first came to TAS, it was in ninth grade. I really love TAS. I love the relationship that the students have. The teachers are really helpful, and will do anything for your grades to go up. I have a lot of friends. Most of the people in the school are really nice, really friendly."
Class of 2021