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    Travel With Us.

    AGS girls are citizens of the world. All graduates are required to participate in at least one school-sponsored global travel experience during their time in upper school. From Spain to Australia or Belize, students travel across the globe as they mature into young women, seeing the world through a broad lens.

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    Perform With Us.

    Lights! Camera! Action! From plays and musicals to choir and dance teams, the opportunities for AGS girls to perform and express their creativity are endless. 100% of our girls are active in fine arts programs, as we actively recognize the importance of the arts to our students’ academic success.

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    Compete With Us.

    State champions. Record-setting relay teams. AGS swimmers at all ages have done it all. Nearly 90% of AGS students play at least one sport. With our no-cut policy in middle school, every girl can test herself and benefit from the enduring lessons of athletic competition.

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    Serve With Us.

    Aziza ’13, along with her classmates, celebrated World Book Day 2012 by reading to local 4th grade students and donating a chosen book to each of them. AGS’s unmatched EDLS curriculum at every grade level teaches philanthropy, public service, personal and community wellness, and environmental stewardship.

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    Discover With Us.

    Every day, in every class, our girls discover more. By integrating purposeful use of advanced technology in every classroom—in the hands of students and teachers—from day one, AGS serves as a national model on how the best educational practices for girls can be meaningfully enhanced with these tools.

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  • Sofia Broffman '16 - Girls’ Globe article

    Sofia has a passion for bringing awareness about obstetric fistula. She spoke to the student body during her senior speech this year about the importance of educating others. Her fundraising efforts and speeches at AGS have been highlighted by Girls’ Globe, which highlights efforts of those who work to improve women's and girls' health rights worldwide. Its list of partner organizations reads like a Who’s Who of women empowerment. Click here to see Sofia’s post on Girls' Globe. Today, May 23, is International Day to End Obstetric Fistula. Sofia has been invited by UNFPA, Fistula Foundation, and Johnson & Johnson to participate in their Twitter chat #EndFistula today. Sofia's mother, Elisa Gambino, commented, "AGS is a place where girls learn to be leaders and team members. The faculty and students of AGS have supported Sofia’s efforts over and over again. It fills my heart to know that she will leave school with these beautiful memories. I am grateful for the role models Sofia has had at AGS."

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  • All-Region Soccer Hat Trick

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  • Head of School Joins Leadership Atlanta 2017

    AGS Head Ayanna Hill-Gill has been selected to join the Leadership Atlanta Class of 2017.

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  • Emily's Walk for AGS

    AGS co-founder Emily Ellison will take on the Wainwright Coast to Coast Walk Across England starting May 8, 2016.

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Mon May 23

US Final Exams

Thru: 5/26/2016
Thu May 26

Awards Ceremony

1:30pm - 3:00pm
Fri May 27

Moving Up Ceremony/Last Day of School

Noon Dismissal
Mon May 30

Homecoming Week

Thu Jul 7

Senior Portraits: Taken at AGS

9:00am - 2:00pm
Mon Aug 1

CPR First Aid / D2L Training and New Faculty Orientation

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  • AGS girls are engaged inside and out of the classroom--100% participate in global travel, 100% are active in fine arts programs, and nearly 90% participate in competitive sports.

  • According to the US Department of Education, single-sex education for girls yields superior academic accomplishment. Girls from all-girls' school outscore their coed counterparts on the SAT by an average 28 to 42 points.

  • AGS was the first school in Georgia to be recognized as an Apple Distinguished School and one of the first schools in the country to require every student to use a laptop in class.

  • AGS girls volunteer more than 5,000 hours of community service each year through ongoing community service projects with a vast array of local, national, and global organizations.