Meet Hope-Hill’s and Other Grady Cluster Principals, Wed., Sept. 13

Reposted on behalf of our friends at CINS, the Council of Intown Neighborhood Schools,

a nonprofit organization that supports Atlanta’s Grady cluster of schools through community engagement, advocacy and investment. … The Grady cluster encompasses a culturally and economically diverse population of more than 6,500 students. It includes Grady High School, Inman Middle School, four elementary schools (Hope-Hill, Mary Lin, Morningside and Springdale Park) and two K-8 charter schools (Centennial Academy and Kindezi Old Fourth Ward). 


Don’t miss CINS’ annual Grady Cluster Principals’ Forum on Wednesday, September 13 from 12 to 1:30 pm, at Springdale Park Elementary School. This annual event gives current and prospective Grady cluster parents an opportunity to hear our principals’ insights into their schools’ successes and challenges and find out how they are working collaboratively to provide a continuum of high-quality K-12 education for the 6,500 students in our cluster. Visit  Eventbrite for registration and more details, including parking information. This event is FREE.

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