The Grady Writing Center is pleased to announce the winners of The Hate U Give Essay Contest!
Over 40 students submitted essays in response to Angie Thomas’s critically acclaimed novel about race relations in the U.S. Participating students received a copy of the book as well as complimentary tickets to the movie. A panel of judges from the Grady Writing Center selected the top five essays. Congratulations to these outstanding student writers.
From L to R: Emily Brown (honorable mention), Jay Hammond (2nd place), Denene Millner (Writing Center Coordinator), Erin Townsend (honorable mention), Fatima Chaudhry (1st place), Taylor Jackson (3rd place).
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Gifted and Talented Education at Grady High School
If your child is currently served in our gifted program, or you think they should be, visit the Gifted and Talented page on the Grady website for a welcome message from Mr. Nichols. Here you will find answers to FAQs about the gifted and talented program and information about testing and referral.
*All students have up to 60 days after their graduation date to utilize the Parchment service. After that, you'll have to request transcripts from Atlanta Public School's Records Center.
Their contact info is 130 Trinity Ave, Atlanta, GA 30303 or online: