5 Paideia students selected for High School Honor Band
Posted October 28
Five Paideia students were chosen for the Georgia Independent School Association (GISA) All-Select High School Honor Band. They will perform at Woodward Academy Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 2 and 3 with students from 17 other Georgia schools.
Junior High Cross Country Runners Second in State
Posted October 23
Paideia junior high cross country runners took second place in the state tournament for girls and boys. Eighty-four schools participated in junior high cross country state tournament. The team placed ninth in the tournament. Congratulations Pythons.
Paideia Students Pass District Audition for All-State Orchestra
Posted October 21
Eight Paideia junior high and high school students have passed the district auditions for the All-State Orchestra.
Paideia Student Wins First Place Photo Award
Posted October 3
A Paideia high school student's photo was awarded first place in the Atlanta Celebrates Photography Exhibition, My Atlanta. To see the photo click here. The show is on display through Oct. 26 at the community center in Piedmont Park. For more info visit acpinfo.org.» Read More
Eight Paideia Students Chosen for Emory Youth Orchestra
Posted September 17
Three Paideia high school students were named to the Emory Youth Symphony Orchestra. Five students were named to Emory Junior Chamber Orchestra. The students will perform at Lincoln Center in New York City in May 2014.
Paideia Alumna on NWSL Championship Team
Posted September 12
Paideia graduate Emilee Shim '01 plays with the Portland Thorns, the professional soccer team that won the inaugural National Women's Soccer League championship Aug, 31. Shim was a four-year starter on the girls' varsity soccer team at Paideia and played on the 2000 and 2001 state championship teams.
Paideia Students Named to Rialto Jazz Orchestra
Posted September 9
Five Paideia high school students have been named to the Rialto Youth Jazz Orchestra.
Junior High Short Term Class Featured in News Story
Posted June 26
Paideia junior high students participating in the homelessness immersion class during short term shared their experience with viewers of WXIA Channel 11 in a story on the class taught by Elizabeth Hearn, director, new teacher residency project, Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School and formerly junior high science teacher. The Paideia students were joined by students from the Atlanta Neighborhood Charter Middle School. Students in the class spent five days living on the street getting a glimpse into the experiences of people who are homeless. To see the news story, click here.