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 firstname.lastname@example.org 404-270-2342 with any questions or to discuss your internship opportunity.
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.
Ultimate coach Martin Aguilera coached the USA mixed team to a gold medal in the World Under-24 Ultimate championships in Perth, Australia. John Stubbs '13 played for the mixed team. Rachel Kramer '13 played for the USA women's team, which also won a gold medal.
John Stubbs '13 was named the 2017 Callahan award winner. The Callahan Award is an annual award given to the best male and female college ultimate players in the country. In addition to honoring extraordinary physical talent and skills, the Callahan Award also honors sportsmanship and leadership. The winners are selected through online balloting by other college ultimate players.
As Michael Baccarini, Paideia varsity boys' ultimate coach, has noted. "It's awesome when you consider out of [thousands of] registered college players" so many "winners of this award are from one tiny school."
Previous Callahan winners are Pauline Lauterbach '98, Miranda Roth '00, Leila Tunnell '06, and George Stubbs '07 and Paula Seville '08.