FAFSA Night  

    Sophomore Guidance Night

    Sophomore Guidance Night for 10th Grade Parents is scheduled for Wednesday, November 15, 2017, at 6:00 p.m. (Class of 2020 Parents) in the Theater.

    •       College Advising
    •       NMSI-To increase AP Math, Science, & ELA enrollment & scores
    •       Overview of Sophomore Year
    •       MYP / Personal Project
    •       IB DP & IB CP
    •       You Science


    Junior Guidance Night

    Junior Guidance Night for 11th Grade Parents is scheduled for Thursday, November 16, 2017, at 6:00 p.m. (Class of 2019 Parents) in the Theater.

    This is an informational night for parents to ensure that your child makes the most of opportunities available to him/her during their junior year.

    •       Graduation Requirements – Revisited
    •       Academic Recovery/Support/Acceleration
    •       Junior Advisement
    •       Testing Requirements
    •       HOPE/Zell Miller & Financial Aid
    •       College/Career Planning


    JUNE 2–14, 2019

    Once in a lifetime trip!


    Interest Meeting: Dec. 5th at 6pm

    Linda Faye Stevenson Auditorium

     See Dr. Hasty (9161) for more info!

    Click HERE for DDAY 75 Itinerary

    Go to www.EFtours.com to register or call 800-665-5364  (please use tour #: 2071122EK  to register).  For more information and to look at the detailed itinerary go to: https://www.eftours.com/tour-website/2071122EK

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    Parents and Students of the Junior Class

    Click here for information about class rings.


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    Parent/Teacher Conferences

    To schedule Parent/Teacher Conferences, please sign up here. Conferences are held every Wednesday after school starting at 4:00 pm.  9th & 12th grade conferences are held on the 1st & 3rd Wednesdays of the month, and 10th & 11th grade conferences are held on the 2nd & 4th Wednesdays of the month.  





     The purpose of the Young Georgia Authors (YGA) writing competition is to encourage students to develop enthusiasm for and expertise in their writing, to provide a context to celebrate their writing successes, and to recognize student achievement in arts and academics.

    Unlike many writing competitions, YGA does not provide a prompt to which students must respond or provide any other boundaries to their genre choice or creativity beyond a 1900-word maximum length. Entries may include:

    • Short Stories

    • Poetry

    • Essays/Literary Criticism/Analysis

    • Journalism

    • Academic/Research Reports

    • Personal Narratives

    • Any Other Original Student Writing


    **If you are interested please see your ELA teacher for more details


    IB MYP

    IB MYP Personal Project Update


    All 10th grade students at North Atlanta High School are expected to complete the MYP Personal Project. Both students and parents can visit the Personal Project tab at www.ibmypnorthatlanta.weebly.com for the Personal Project guide, timeline, resources, documents, and workshop dates. Students will have the opportunity to work on their projects during advisement, but the majority of the work must be completed outside of school.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to contact your advisor or Dr. Showers at nikia.showers@atlanta.k12.ga.us.





    Senior Ads for the Yearbook

    • Class of 2018 with the most senior ads ever? That’s the goal!
    • Full-color senior ads are a fitting way to commemorate your senior’s achievements and academic journey. All the way from Kindergarten to Class of 2018 Graduation.
    • The senior ad makes a keepsake annual even more special!
    • Design your child’s ad at JostensAdService.com or call (800) 567-8367.
    • Prices: Full Page $350; 1/2 Page $200; 1/4 Page $125; 1/8 Page $75
    • Deadline is November 13th
    • Don't Forget: Seniors don't need to buy a Yearbook!
    • Email Mr. Stenger, Yearbook Advisor, with questions, jxstenger@atlanta.k12.ga.us
    • It’s easy to do - and the memories will remain with your child for a lifetime.

    Baby Pictures for the 2018 Yearbook
    ● Must be turned in by January 12th.

    Ways to submit:

    ● Electronically to northatlantayearbook@gmail.com
    (include your full name in email) or
    ● Turn in the physical picture to Mr. Stenger in room 5161
    ● Put your full name on the outside of the envelope


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    Student Parking Notice

    Students must enter the parking deck from the north side of North Atlanta High School’s Campus (Trinity School Entrance.)


    Parking permit decals have been distributed. If your student bought a parking permit and hasn't received it yet, please ask them to see Ms. Ervin in room 3181.

    Students are prohibited from parking anywhere outside the parking deck during school hours.

    Please note that the number on the parking decal is not your parking space number. Space numbers are assigned upon receipt of permit documentation. Click here for the parking application.



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    Apply For School Meal Benefits The Easy Way

    MySchoolApps is the fast and secure way to apply for free and reduced meals online.   Go to: https://www.myschoolapps.com/  




    North Atlanta High School is pleased to offer tours of our campus to prospective parents and their students. Tours are offered by PTSA volunteers once a month from September to April and are most appropriate for middle school and current high school families. Your tour will last from 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.  Please plan to arrive by 9:15 a.m. so that you will have time to park and be seated for the presentation portion of the tour.  

    2017-2018 NAHS Parent Tours
    9:30 – 11:30 a.m.

    November 16th, December 14th, January 18th, February 15th, March 15th, April 12th

    Please only sign up for one slot per family. If you are a Sutton parent, this tour is an excused absence for the morning. Each parent will need to write a note and give it to the Sutton front desk clerk when your child returns to Sutton. 

    If you have any questions, please feel free to contact any member of our team:

    Karen Roman-  kromandoculaunch@gmail.com
    Leslie Bolden-  lesliebbolden@hotmail.com
    Annette Behan-  behanannette@gmail.com
    Robin Marx-  robin.marx@keylingo.com 




    Student Travel and Enrichment Opportunities

    Interested in Going to Costa Rica

     During Spring Break 2018, students can travel to Costa Rica with a service learning tour.  For more information about the Georgia Barrier Islands tour, go HERE.  For additional information about the service learning tour in Costa Rica, go HERE.

    For general information and parent interest meetings, go HERE.  
    Contact Dr. Hasty at dlhasty@atlanta.k12.ga.us for more information.


    Do You Want to Join Dr. Showers on a Service Learning Tour to Peru?

    Do You Want to Become a Global Warrior and Earn High School Credit and Community Service Hours?

    The last day to enroll on the Peru Culture, Art, and Service tour is December 8th, 2017! Reserve your space today! Check out the Global Warrior Travel Program or see Dr. Showers for more information.

    Complete your application:

    Email Dr. Showers, nikia.showers@atlanta.k12.ga.us, for information concerning the next interest meeting.



    Did You Know?  Chain of Command Protocol

    Parents - if you have questions or concerns with curriculum subject matter and/or one of your child's classes, please first seek help from your child's classroom teacher.  If you still have questions/concerns, consult the Assistant Principal over that subject matter (see below).  If after consulting with the Assistant Principal, you are still not satisfied, contact Principal Douglass.

    Below is the list of NAHS Assistant Principals and the areas of study they oversee:

    Ms. Bonner: lmbonner@atlanta.k12.ga.us - PE/Health, Special Education
    Ms. Kaltman: makaltman@atlanta.k12.ga.us - 9th Grade Asst. Principal, English/Language Arts, CTAE
    Ms. Williams: ywilliams@atlanta.k12.ga.us - 10th Grade Asst. Principal, Science, Fine Arts, JROTC
    Dr. Mitchell:  ammitchell@atlanta.k12.ga.us - 11th Grade Asst. Principal, Math
    Ms. Stewart: jbstewart@atlanta.k12.ga.us - 12th Grade Asst. Principal, Social Studies, World Languages


    North Atlanta High School – There’s an app for that!

    That’s right, you can now keep up with all of the who, what, when and where for North Atlanta High School through the North Atlanta High School app available on all mobile devices!

    Click here and navigate through to North Atlanta High School on your iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry or Windows device.  With our app, you can:

    •    keep up with all of our latest news, information and announcements
    •    find out about events and activities
    •    contact teachers, staff and administration
    •    access our online gradebook system and more
    •    get important documents, picture galleries & other media
    •    track homework, tests and projects through a virtual assignment book.


    Hey Warriors! Let’s Get eReading!

    Students are now able to download and use the Open eBooks app for free. With this app, you and your family can access a library of thousands of popular and award winning eBooks for free! Each student will receive a PIN/Code, this will allow them to access the eBooks application. Follow the instruction below to start using eBooks.
    1. Go to this link for  Andriod phones and tablets follow instructions for download.
        Go here for iPhones and iPads  follow instructions for download.
    2. Open the app. Please note: when using the app, standard data rates apply. Agree to any terms and conditions.
    3. Enter your code and PIN combination (available from Ms. McCall in the media center) when prompted.
    4. Browse the catalog of books available.
    5. Download eBooks of interest to your child and enjoy reading!
    Please note: You can download 10 eBooks at a time. Each eBook will be available for 56 days before it must be renewed. Questions? Please contact Lori McCall at lmccall@atlanta.k12.ga.us.  

    ACT         AVA

     Atlanta Virtual Academy is offering all high school students free test preparation services for college entrance exams, ACT and SAT. AVA has partnered with Edgenuity, an online education provider, to expand support by offering free test prep services.  All 9th-12th grade students have been enrolled in ACT and SAT web-based courses, which will allow them to complete lessons at their own pace. There is not a teacher attached to the course and students do not receive credit. Students will log in and get started…that simple!!  Please visit AVA’s website for additional information.