What IBM headquarters once called their Atlanta home now serves as a dynamic learning center known as North Atlanta High School. The school was formed in 1991 through the merger of North Fulton High School and Northside High School.
Through rigorous academics, well-rounded extra-curricular activities, competitive athletic programs, study abroad opportunities and its own diverse student body, North Atlanta High School (NAHS) prepares students to engage in the wider world that awaits them upon graduation. NAHS offers the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Program, widely regarded as the most rigorous, college-preparatory curriculum in the world.
In addition to being No. 22 on The Washington Post’s list of Georgia’s most challenging schools, the class of 2015 received over $10 million in scholarships and 44 students received an IB Diploma. NAHS offers programs you won’t find at public schools: Debate, orchestra, water polo, yoga, chess, news programs, Amnesty International, Future Business Leaders of America, robotics, and many more!
North Atlanta High School is located at 4111 Northside Pkwy NW, Atlanta, GA 30327. Nearby neighborhoods include Paces, Mt. Paran/Northside, and Whitewater Creek.