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People Said

  • We love the 6:1 student-teacher ratio and the resulting individual attention, the musical instruction, and healthy food injunction, but we also love it because the older kids are so caring toward the younger ones. That and the fact that we know the parents of our son's friends are reasons we are here. Atlas is a perfect compromise between public schools and homeschooling.

    Gordon H., dad to an elementary student
  • Atlas is the result of a vision I had one day when I asked myself, 'What would the perfect school be?' and my answer was a school with a challenging core curriculum, low student/teacher ratio, short day, parent involvement, music and foreign languages, and a strong emphasis on health.

    Atlas School is the fusion of everything I love: parenting, teaching, languages, music, travel, and healthy living. They could offer me full scholarships to any other school in North Carolina, and I would still choose Atlas for my children.

    Elizabeth Howdeshell, founder
  • The things we most like about Atlas are: Low student/teacher ratio which allows teachers, children, and parents to actually get to know each other. The school builds a learning community which involves the whole family, teachers, and staff at Atlas. Project-based learning, which helps students develop a deeper understanding of the subject matter. Foreign language classes every day, which gives students a heads up when starting high school and a better understanding of the world outside of English-speaking cultures. Healthy food policy, which helps students learn to eat better types of food and reduces the chances of childhood obesity.


    Mom to a middle school student