A Project Based Private School in MabletonWhat's Happening at The SAE School
With our decision to re-open our doors to all students, we have a list of safety procedures and guidelines that we will be following.
Congratulations to Taj, Landon W. (upcoming), and Caleb H. for being featured in Time for Kids!
We are starting our 2020-2021 school year on Monday June 8th!
Our students and teachers are working hard in the continuing of education in these times. Check out how we are handling virtual learning during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
The 5th grade math students were given a project to show Volume in the Real World. Click below to see a students work.
Our first grant from Southface Institute gave us the ability to switch our entire building to LED lights and 30 kilowatt of solar panels. This was the first step in our goal to save money. With this grant we are able to on our electric bill. This then means we will be...
Our second grant gave us the ability to put up a new roof, a bi-polar ionization system, a new hot water heater, a new exhaust fan and a wifi programable thermostat. To find out more information about what a bi-polar ionization system is, check out this link....
We have received three grants from Southface Institute GoodUse program. GoodUse saves nonprofits money on operations so they can expand their mission. Using technical expertise and consultative assistance, we uncover areas for improvement within the...
In this project, students were tasked with answering the question: How can we grow healthy food to help build sustainable communities in metro Atlanta? To answer this, they first researched conventional farming and modern farming methods such as hydroponics and...
We have received two grants from the Department of Forestry. With these grants we are able to give our students different ways to learn about science. These grants included the Aquaponics garden and the outdoor classroom.
Who We Are
We are a community of professional educators, parents, and students who believe students should have a fun, safe, and rigorous educational experience that prepares them to be the leaders, innovators, and influencers of their generation.
What We Do
Through the disciplines of science, art, and entrepreneurship, we utilize a progressive project-based learning approach to nurture each student’s learning journey.
We facilitate engaging, hands-on learning experiences throughout the core content areas. We focus on individualized learning. We plan projects and activities with the Multiple Intelligences theory in mind to differentiate instructional experiences. This allows us to engage all learning styles. Our teachers have the autonomy to increase rigor for students with a higher capacity or offer remediation to encourage mastery of standards.
As educators , we shouldn’t be asking students WHAT do you want to be when you grow up; we should be asking them WHO do you want to be when you grow up. It’s an identity question that allows the child to be confident in who they are and be shown the character traits through education that will allow them to live the life and purpose that they were created for.
The SAE School has a progressive preschool program that is designed to stimulate growth through experiential learning. Each classroom is led by teachers who have earned a bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education or are Child Development Associate (CDA)-certified.
We utilize The Creative Curriculum® that provides a comprehensive, research-based curriculum that promotes exploration and discovery as a methodology of learning. Infants as young as eight weeks old are involved with stimulating, hands-on play. Each activity is designed to assist your child in achieving developmental milestones while he/she has fun at the same time.
In the PreK4 classes, students advance their skills in core academic areas such as literacy, math, and science. They are also exposed to other essential areas such as art, social and emotional well-being, and health and wellness in a project-oriented learning environment.
We also believe children in this stage learn about themselves and others through the world of play, so students are allowed unstructured play outside 1-2 times per day, including outdoor instruction. The teachers have the autonomy to gauge whether to go deeper into a learning opportunity or provide “brain breaks” that allow students time to release built-up energy through movement or time outside. This strategy ensures a healthy, holistic balance to our student’s learning experience.
Our Upper School program is an incubator for developing 21st century marketplace skill sets. Project-based learning and the Summit learning platform drive the education at this level. Students are fully immersed in creating solutions to problems that have real-life applications. They are encouraged to take ownership of learning independently and are held accountable for the integrity of the project-based learning process.
Summit is an individualized learning experience that empowers students to become self-directed learners. They set goals for their learning, reflect on their progress, and build habits and mindsets to help them succeed on the next level of their educational journey.
Students in the Upper School also begin taking electives. They get to choose from a slate of courses that might be of interest to them, in addition to their academic courses. Our Upper School students are the leaders in our school. They represent and serve the student body and the SAE community in various capacities through entrepreneurship, leadership, and/or community service activities.
After School programs
The SAE School is committed to the principle of equal opportunity in education and employment. The school does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, generic information, veteran status, ancestry, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, employment policies, and other school-administered programs and activities.