Active, project-based, collaborative learning requires children to use problem-solving and social skills; preparing them for higher education and the 21st Century workplace.


Student Voices

"It's really cool here.  I'm not just lonely and sitting down somewhere.  I have friends that I can play and have a good time with.  I wouldn't change anything about it.  It is my School and my place to learn." - George (Student)


Now accepting applications for the 2017- 2018 academic year at our new location on the campus of Oglethorpe University.






Upcoming Events

OPEN HOUSE will be held on Monday, March 27 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM.  

Tours will be given every hour-on-the-hour.  Please join us at your convenience.

Also see our Facebook event for more details: https://www.facebook.com/events/702332216603377/

Call (404-382-8200) or write admissions@tpsoa.org to schedule a private tour.

The School has rolling admissions and is currently accepting applications for enrollment. The School serves children in grades PreK - High School.

Download Applications Here.

Limited placements are available for the 2017- 2018 academic year.

Please direct all admissions inquiries to catherine.trapani@tpsoa.org.

News

School for high-achieving children with autism, other challenges relocating to Oglethorpe University - The Brookhaven Post

THE PIEDMONT SCHOOL OF ATLANTA TO RELOCATE TO OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY - Oglethorpe University Press Release

We  are now on the campus of Oglethorpe University at 4484 Peachtree Road Atlanta GA 30319.  We are leasing the entire first floor of Hearst Hall and have access to the University's fields, athletic facilities, and library.  

Our Facebook Page is now live!

The Piedmont School of Atlanta is a proud member of the Georgia Independent School Association.

11 Alive - Chef helps start school for children with autism

Support TPSOA's financial aid program through the Georgia Qualified Education Expense Tax Credit Program.  Sign up here or find our more information here.

The Piedmont School of Atlanta is now a participating member of the Georgia Special Needs Scholarship Program (SB 10).

Please take our survey to help shape the future of our offerings: TPSOA Survey

The Marietta Daily Journal - New school gives new hope for reclaiming lives