Recently named the most diverse high school in Atlanta, ranked as the fifth best private school overall in Georgia by Niche.com, and named Best K-12 Private School in North Atlanta by Appen Media, Fulton Science Academy Private School (FSAPS) offers Georgia students a transformative education. FSAPS serves a high population of advanced and gifted students in Pre-K through High School. As an accredited and STEM certified school, FSA has a reputation for its exceptional academic results. FSAPS ranks in the top 1% among all subjects and all grades in nationally normed tests in comparison to other schools in the nation and enjoys a 97% AP exam passing rate among the high school student body. After a very successful competition season at the state level, FSAPS represented Georgia in twelve different national and/or global events last year.
Fulton Science Academy Private School was founded in 2012 as a nonprofit serving PreK-8. To enroll, students need to score in the top 15 percentile on nationally normed test. The FSA high school was officially formed in 2016, with the first senior class graduating in May 2019. Our high school is steadily growing. Our inaugural graduating class had 8 students and this year, our graduating class has doubled in size.
Fulton Science Academy Private School’s first six years (2012 – 2018) have been a journey of success. In six years, the school’s enrollment number has grown from 101 students to 605 students, making the school the fastest growing private school in the region. As of our sixth year, FSA ranks in the top 1% among all elementary and middle schools taking national normed NWEA MAP testing. In addition, FSA students represented the state of Georgia in eight different national and international competitions in 2018.
Accreditation is a voluntary method of quality assurance developed more than 100 years ago by American universities and secondary schools, and designed primarily to distinguish schools adhering to a set of educational standards. The accreditation process is also known in terms of its ability to effectively drive student performance and continuous improvement in education. But such definitions, though accurate, are in complete.