Event State: Georgia

One Atlantic Center in Atlanta, Georgia

From Alaska to New York, America will light up in yellow and red to raise awareness about K-12 education opportunities during National School Choice Week 2024! (January 21–27, 2024).

WHAT: One Atlantic Center, Atlanta

WHERE: 1201 W Peachtree St, Atlanta, GA 30309
WHEN: January 22, 2024, from dusk to dawn

Close to 3 dozen iconic landmarks or notable buildings will light up in red and yellow for the Week. The landmarks’ sparkling red and yellow lights will play a role in the festivities for National School Choice Week 2024. Families are invited to capture pictures of the landmarks’ lights––or their own at-home red and yellow light displays––to share on social media using #SchoolChoiceWeek

View a complete and up-to-date list of landmarks shining a light on learning during National School Choice Week.

National School Choice Week (NSCW) informs, inspires, and empowers parents to discover the K-12 education options available for their children, including traditional public, charter, magnet, online, private, and homeschooling.

Every January, tens of thousands of schools, organizations, and individuals plan unique events and activities to shine a positive spotlight on effective education options in their communities.  The Week is a project of the nonpartisan, nonpolitical National School Choice Awareness Foundation.

Flourish 2024: Homeschool Conference

When:


Jan 24-26 | Jan 24th (10am – 8pm), Jan 25-26th (9:30am – 3:45pm)

Who:


This event is hosted by the Georgia Black Home Educators Network

What:


The Flourish 2024: Black Family Homeschool Conference will equip parents as educators and advocates; encourage families on the home education journey; energize an ecosystem of resources and community; and empower homeschooling families to transform society. This conference will include several workshops, networking opportunities and panel discussions.

Where:


New Life Community Center

3592 Flat Shoals Road

Decatur

,

GA

30034

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp issues a proclamation recognizing January 21-27, 2024 as Georgia School Choice Week

There are a variety of school choice options available for many of the 2.6 million children living in Georgia. Families in Georgia can choose from traditional public schools, public charter schools, public magnet schools, private schools, online academies, and homeschooling.

If you’re a parent looking for school choice options for your child head to our Georgia State Guide.

National School Choice Week (NSCW) informs, inspires, and empowers parents to discover the K-12 education options available for their children, including traditional public, charter, magnet, online, private, and homeschooling.

Every January, tens of thousands of schools, organizations, and individuals plan unique events and activities to shine a positive spotlight on effective education options in their communities.  The Week is a project of the nonpartisan, nonpolitical National School Choice Awareness Foundation.

Atlanta School Choice Expo

Atlanta School Choice Expo

When:


Sat, January 20, 2024

at

10:00 am

1:00 pm

EST

What:


Learn more about the options available for your child’s K–12 education! Whether you are considering finding a new school for your child, or are interested in supplemental education programs, the Atlanta School Choice Expo offers parents the opportunity to discover the options available so that your daughter or son can learn, thrive, succeed, and be happy!

The Atlanta School Choice Expo is hosted by GeorgiaCAN and the National School Choice Awareness Foundation. More than 60 schools, including traditional public schools, public charter schools, magnet schools, and private schools will have booths and tables.

Attendance is FREE and FREE FOOD AND FAMILY ACTIVITIES will be provided! Join us!

Free parking is available

Who:


This event is hosted by GeorgiaCAN

Where:


Loudermilk Conference Center

40 Courtland St NE

Atlanta

,

Georgia

30303

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Sponsors:


NSCAF gratefully acknowledges the individuals who have made donations in support of the NSCW school fair series, in addition to our corporate and foundation donors. Individual donors include Maureen Blum, Sister Dale McDonald, Colleen Dippel, Deborah Hendrix, Wychella Williams, Andrew Campanella, and Sandy Brown.