Are you seeking a school community where you can be yourself personally, socially, and academically? 

Are you seeking a school that is proudly free of homophobia and transphobia?

You've found it in Pride School Atlanta!

Now accepting inquiries & applications for ages 5-18 for Fall 2017 as well as providing support, mentors and tutoring upon request. Need training for your school, organization or business? Looking to volunteer or join our staff? Click here for an application and current brochure!

Flexible, individualized curriculum and small group instruction in a small, fun, peaceful, multi-age environment, where you never have to wonder if staff changes will change school acceptance of you or your family. Using a "Free School" model, we aim to make a progressive education, taking you from where you are to where you want to go, available to all who need and want it. We have space for approximately 15 more students in our 2nd year, adding about that many annually until we reach about 60 students. Check us out!

PRIDE SCHOOL ATLANTA admits students of any race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, affectional preference, sexual orientation, marital or relationship status, gender identity or gender expression to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. 

Pride School Atlanta, Inc. has created a non-profit, independent, democratic school for ALL, and so much more! As we build our funds, we build our ability to support youth, families, educators and community members and wherever they are. Please consider joining our Rainbow Hall of Fame and becoming a donor or corporate Partner in Education today!

INTERESTED IN BEING A CORPORATE SPONSOR? CONTACT US TODAY!

OUR SITE & SOCIAL MEDIA GET TONS OF TRAFFIC & OUR T-SHIRTS ARE SEEN WORLDWIDE!


Pride School Atlanta made an appearance on CBS46 documenting our first days of school! Thanks to Christian de la Rosa for a great story as always!

Pride School Atlanta made an appearance on CBS46 documenting our first days of school! Thanks to Christian de la Rosa for a great story as always!