An immersive education that prepares students to live intellectually curious lives.
Since July Stacey Winston has served Paideia in the role of interim High School principal.
Out of 30 qualifying teams, Paideia varsity boys were runners-up and the girls placed 3rd.
The Pythons stood out among Georgia schools of all sizes, advancing to the
tournament final and winning 2nd place.
In the team’s first event of the season they competed in a field of 71 teams from multiple states placing a respectable 36th overall.
The Varsity Girls Cross Country Team won the meet and the Paideia Boys Varsity Team took second place.
Miranda was inducted as an athlete for an outstanding playing career on the Seattle Riot, the Atlanta Ozone, the Carleton Syzygy, the Washington Element and multiple Team USA delegations as a youth, adult and master.
The JV squad won the tournament championship, and the Varsity placed 2nd in their respective divisions.
A “we didn’t choose him, he chose us” adoption story.
Paideia's 16-acre wooded campus is located in the in-town Druid Hills neighborhood near Emory University. The 16 buildings include the original 1509 Building at the east corner of Ponce de Leon and Fairview Avenues, and the 1341 Building, an historic Neel Reid structure that houses the half day program and development office.
Python Park, Paideia's 12-acre playing fields located in Avondale Estates, includes two soccer fields and a softball/baseball diamond.