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To obtain a copy of your transcript, please contact Michele Stewart, the registrar, by phone at 404-270-2307 or email at .

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Paideia welcomes applications for children of alumni. For more information or to set up a visit, please contact the Admissions Office at 404-270-2312 or e-mail the Admissions Office at .

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Service Learning

Support Service Learning and Civic Involvement at Paideia School

Do you work at or serve on the board of a metro-Atlanta, non-profit or government agency that has an internship program? As a graduation requirement, all Paideia students complete 60 hours of community service at a non-profit organization. We encourage Paideia alumni to think of Paideia students for your organization’s needs. We think you’ll enjoy reconnecting with the school through our students.

Please contact Natalie Rogovin, director of service learning and civic involvement, at rogovin.natalie@paideiaschool.orgor 404-270-2342 with any questions or to discuss your internship opportunity.

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Anna Beck

Anna Beck

Class of 2001
Alumni Relations and Special Events

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Welcome Back Paideia Alumni

This section of the Paideia website was designed with you in mind! We hope our website allows you to continue to make lifelong connections among our Paideia alumni family. Alumni are always welcome to visit Paideia. In fact, we encourage it! Interested in attending a concert? Want to root a team on to victory? Find out what is going on and when by viewing the Paideia calendar of events found on the home page. Alumni are important to Paideia. There is always a place for you here.

Recent News

October Pypline

Please join local Paideia alums for an October Pypline Wednesday, October 17th 6-8:00 pm

The Porter: 1156 Euclid Ave NE

Alumni Owner, Molly Gunn ’00 has generously reserved the private beer cellar for our event.

RSVP to Anna Beck ‘01: beck.anna@paideiaschool.org

The purpose of Pypline is to reconnect Paideia alumni from a diverse set of backgrounds, careers and stages in life through a series of unique experiences, events & happy hours.

Satellite Pypline Event Saturday, October 20th

Please join local Paideia alums for a Satellite Pypline Event
Saturday, October 20th, 8pm

Hops N Scotch: 1306 Beacon St. Brookline, MA 02446

Hosted by Daniel Glasser '98 AND Sarah Martin Constantine '04 and Derek Constantine '03

RSVP to Sarah Constantine: constantineds@gmail.com.

The purpose of Pypline is to reconnect Paideia alumni from a diverse set of backgrounds, careers and stages in life through a series of unique experiences, events & happy hours.

SAVE THE DATE! THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2018
SAVE THE DATE! THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2018

Paideia Community Read is a new program that invites alumni, alumni parents, current parents, faculty, staff, and high school students to read a selected book over the summer. 

This year's book is Thomas Mullen's 2016 novel, Darktown, a riveting and elegant police procedural set in 1948 Atlanta, exploring a murder, corrupt police, and strained race relations. 

If you're in the Atlanta area, we hope you'll be able to join us on Thursday, October 25 for Mullen's evening visit and book signing. 

In addition to being an eloquent and exciting crime thriller, Thomas Mullen's Darktown is an important book that stirs up difficult and disturbing memories about the history of our city and our nation. A realistic historical study, the novel uses language and imagery that are shocking at times but always provocative.

A note from the faculty: The Paideia high school faculty and administration have thought carefully about the pedagogical merits and risks of asking our students and community to read this novel. Our Coordinator of Equity and Inclusion, Oman Frame, as well as other faculty will discuss with the students the potential reactions they might have to the book. We hope to foster meaningful discussions about uncomfortable but important topics, to not shy away from controversial issues but rather to address them with sensitivity and respect. We consider Darktown a book appropriate for high school age readers and adults; for younger readers, we encourage parent-discretion.