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The Howard School
1192 Foster St NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
The Howard School is an independent school for children with language  learning disabilities. The school adapts itsMore teaching styles to best accommodate the children's learning abilities. It is a k-12 school. After school and summer programs are also available.
The Intown Academy
386 Pine St NE, Atlanta, GA 30308

The Intown Academy is a public charter school for children in the Atlanta Public Schools District. TheMore community-based school offers instruction for children in kindergarten through eighth grade and is tuition-free.

The school offers English, math, science, social studies, music, art and French instruction in addition to offering programs for children with special needs and ESL programs.

Covenant CNA School
1 Baltimore Pl NW, Atlanta, GA 30308
Covenant CNA School is conveniently located on the corner of Baltimore Place and Spring Street.  This schoolMore specializes in training highly qualified certified nursing assistants.  The school is located in the historic Baltimore Row building in Midtown, one block from I-75/I-85.  In recognition of its quality nursing program the school holds several accreditations; students can go into the nursing field with the knowledge and necessary skills for a rewarding career.
The Children's School
345 10th St NE, Atlanta, GA 30309
The Children's School is a "little village in the middle of the city," said a spokeswoman. Founded in 1970, the privateMore school offers instruction to more than 400 children, from 3 years old to sixth grade. Students hail from 40 zip codes. The school is across from Piedmont Park, in 10 buildings, many of which are converted residences. The school features a media center, organic garden, music room, labs and a gymnasium. 
Henry W. Grady High School
929 Charles Allen Dr NE, Atlanta, GA 30309
Named for the former editor of The Atlanta Constitution, Henry W. Grady High School is a part of Atlanta PublicMore Schools. Atlanta architect Philip Shutze designed the building, which was constructed in 1924. The school was for boys only until it merged with two other schools in 1947. Grady was one of the first high schools in Georgia to allow African-American students in the early 1960s. The school is home to Atlanta Public Schools' Communication Magnet, a Health Science academy, a Fine Arts academy and a Travel and Tourism academy. There are four small learning communities at Grady: Biomedical Science and Engineering, Business and Entrepreneurship, Communication and Journalism and Public Policy and Justice. Grady High School is a member of the Georgia High School Association. 
Centennial Place Elementary School
531 Luckie St NW, Atlanta, GA 30313
Centennial Place is a public elementary school in the Atlanta Public Schools system that serves grades kindergartenMore through fifth. The school sits on Luckie Street amidst a backdrop of Atlanta skyscrapers. The Arthur M. Blank Youth YMCA is located next door to the elementary school. A gated playground is shared between the school and the YMCA. Students at Centennial Place wear uniforms. An APS spokeswoman said Centennial Place benefits from strong partnerships with the Georgia Institute of Technology, as well as The Coca-Cola Company. The PTA is extremely active and supportive of current Principal Allison Shelton, the spokeswoman said. For information about the school's PTA, call 404-802-8550.