Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I get to Inman Middle School?
- Inman Middle School is located at 774 Virginia Avenue in the Virginia-Highland neighborhood of the City of Atlanta Atlanta (Fulton County).
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- What are the feeder schools for Inman? What high school serves students in Inman's district?
- Centennial Place Elementary
Dr. Cynthia Kuhlman, Principal
531 Luckie Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30313
Mary Lin Elementary School
Dr. Ginger Vail, Principal
586 Candler Park Drive NE
Atlanta, GA 30307
Morningside Elementary School
Ms. Catalina Pescatore, Principal
1053 Rock Springs Road NE
Atlanta, GA 30306
Henry W. Grady High School
Dr. Vincent Murray, Principal
929 Charles Allen Drive, NE
Atlanta, GA 30309
For information about the Atlanta Public Schools, visit the APS website at www.atlanta.k12.ga.us or call 404-827-8000.
- Where can I find out more about services for gifted and talented students?
- The Georgia State Board of Education defines a gifted student as a person who demonstrates high levels of intellectual and/or creative ability as well as an exceptionally high degree of motivation. These students excel in specific academic fields and can benefit from special instruction and services to achieve at levels commensurate with their abilities. The Atlanta Public Schools serves gifted and talented students through the Challenge Program with a variety of programs to meet individual needs. Program expectations are high and require the joint efforts of students, parents and teachers. For more information, go to: http://www.atlanta.k12.ga.us/parents_students/curriculum_areas/index.html
- What is the Council for Intown Neighborhood Schools?
- Celebrating its 25th anniversary, the Council of Intown Neighborhoods and Schools (CINS) represents a cluster of eight schools in Atlanta intown neighborhoods. CINS includes the five elementary schools and two middle schools that feed into Grady High School. Each year, CINS grants thousands of dollars to teachers in these schools for creative classroom projects, teacher enrichment, guest speakers, performers, and field trips.
CINS mission is to influence Atlanta Board of Education policy to ensure ongoing progress for all children in the Grady cluster schools. To meet this goal, CINS conducts monthly meetings of parents, school administrators, and Board of Education members to explore resources, identify critical issues and seek solutions to problems. For a schedule of meetings and more information, go to http://www.atlanta-midtown.com/schools/cins/index.html.
- How can I get to know Inman up close and personal?
- Take advantage of several opportunities to connect with Inman faculty, parents and students! You can attend one of the several open houses organized for prospective students each year. Or meet the principal at one of the regular coffee hours offered throughout the year. Like to eat? Join us at the annual BBQ and spaghetti supper to meet the Inman community. For rising sixth graders, special tours of Inman are arranged each spring. If you prefer, you can schedule a meeting with the principal and take a tour of the facility. Just contact us at (404) 853-4017.
- Can I subscribe to the school newsletter, the Inman Insight?
- Sure! This comprehensive monthly newsletter keeps parents, staff and the community informed of academic, cultural and extracurricular activities. You may also subscribe to the Inman Update, an electronic publication of Inman Middle School by going to: http://inmanmiddleschool.org.
- What is the calendar for the Atlanta Public Schools?
- Find the calendar and other information about the Atlanta Public Schools at: http://www.atlanta.k12.ga.us/our_schools/calendars/calendars1.html
- How does Inman rate on state and national achievement goals?
- Inman is proud to have met the Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) outlined in the national No Child Left Behind Initiative. AYP is determined by the performance of subgroups within schools Ð race, limited English proficiency, students with disabilities and poverty. Inman made adequate yearly progress in ALL categories. For more information, go to the Georgia Department of Education site at http://www.doe.k12.ga.us/support/plan/nclb.asp.
Along with the goals of the national No Child Left Behind legislation, Inman implements goals from the Superintendent, Core Knowledge, the Georgia Quality Core Curriculum (QCCs) and other local school objectives in the planning and delivery of instruction. The most recent Georgia Department of Education report card for Inman covers the period 2001- 2002. You can find this report at http://accountability.doe.k12.ga.us/Report02/.