10 APS Seniors Named 2017 Posse Foundation ScholarsThe Posse Foundation, Inc. is a college access and youth leadership development program that identifies, recruits and selects leaders from public high schools.
APS Chairman Courtney English Discusses Upcoming Vote to Close 2 Elementary SchoolsAPS Chairman Courtney English discusses the upcoming vote which could lead to the closing and consolidation of 2 elementary schools with Rashad Richey.
Atlanta School Board Passes APS Consolidation PlanSuperintendent Dr. Meria Carstarphen met with the community over the last three months about the proposed changes.
APS Partnership To Connect Good Samaritans With Students In NeedThe new giving portal allows anyone to help local students.
Peach Bowl And College Football Playoff Foundation Partner To Improve Childhood Literacy In AtlantaThe grant will train more than 1,000 APS educators and equip them to teach reading to students.
The "Locker Room" Podcast-Week 9 Metro Atlanta High School FootballJamie Walker and Alex Benson of Born To Compete talk about the happenings in Week 9 of Metro Atlanta High School Football, along with playoff implications...
Atlanta Public School Board Chairman Gives UpdateChairman Courtney English, discusses new initiatives coming to APS schools with Rashad Richey.
Maria Boynton Reports: Dr. Meria Carstarphen On Making A Quality School System For AtlantaAccording to Dr. Carstarphen, "Atlanta needs to process and finally shed some of the pain and sadness from the past."
APS Chairman Discusses Lead Found in School's WaterChairman Courtney English discusses the elevated levels of lead found in the water of numerous APS schools.
Therrell High School Named Semi-Finalist for 10M GrantIt's for the Atlanta Arts and Innovation Academy (AAIA) $10 million grant application.
Maria Boynton Reports: Superintendent Carstarphen On What E-SPLOST Renewal Would Mean For APSThe district's wish list includes construction projects and system upgrades in every community.
APS 2016 Graduation Schedule. See It Here!More than 2400 APS students will graduate in a dozen ceremonies.