Intentional Excellence, Centered in Community
Experience the World
Through unique experiences with organizations such as Trees Atlanta and Georgia Power, and with people like acclaimed children’s authors, business owners, and community leaders, we bring the world to our TMSA scholars.
In previous years, TMSA’s parents contributed more than 12,000 volunteer hours through events like PTO meetings, field trips, family nights, career days, and classroom activities. TMSA encourages parental involvement and partnership.
In spring 2014, 22 TMSA teachers completed their Gifted Endorsement program through Metro RESA. Constant professional development keeps our staff at the top of their game and gives students access to some of the most creative educators in Georgia.
A Legacy of Literacy
TMSA exceeded Fulton County and State averages with its CCRPI scores in previous years. Learn more about our CCRPI scores on the Georgia Department of Education website.
We Heart the Arts
An education at TMSA involves attention to the arts as well as the core subjects of reading, language arts and math. All TMSA students receive instruction in art and music. TMSA’s band grew exponentially from 15 members to 116 in less than two years, driven by award-winning music teacher Robby Chapman. TMSA students showcase their work at the school's annual Art Show, established by art teacher, Allison Hanlin.
TMSA’s robotics club, led by Jeremiah Graham, continues to impress by finishing third in Super Regionals for the FIRST Lego League robotics competition. The inaugural team won Best Presentation in 2014.
TMSA’s Annual TriCities 5K/10K Run Walk (sponsored by the cities of College Park, East Point, and Hapeville, as well as Marriott Hotels) raised over $16,000.