Home Park provides a unique cradle-to-career educational opportunity with high-quality academics from pre-school through college. Our schools are some of the highest performing public schools in the city as part of the Grady High School cluster and we have Georgia Tech on our Southern border.


Landon Learning Center 404-249-1500 1015 Tumlin Street
The Home Park/Landon Learning Center is a NAEYC-accredited early care and education center operated by Bright Horizons for children six weeks through five years old. The center’s enrollment is open to families affiliated with Georgia Tech and Home Park.

The Children’s Campus @ Georgia Tech 404-385-2248 251 10th Street
A great place to learn, discover and grow!

The Children’s Campus @ Georgia Tech is located in Midtown Atlanta on the campus of The Georgia Institute of Technology, in Building F of the graduate student housing. The primary client for our center is Georgia Tech faculty, staff, students and alumni. We are also open to residents of the Home Park Community.

We recognize how important beginnings are in each child’s development, and to each family. Our early care and education center offers high quality early education for children six weeks to five years old. We provide a safe, nurturing and engaging environment where your child can learn and develop to their full potential.

We are open Monday – Friday, from 7:00 am to 6:30 pm. We invite you to come meet our teachers and see the smiles on the faces of each child you meet. We offer center visits every Tuesday beginning at 10:30 am.

Centennial Place Elementary 404-802-8550 531 Luckie Street
Centennial Place Elementary is a math, science, and technology theme school located just north of downtown Atlanta and was recently named a Distinguished School for the ninth consecutive year. Centennial Place benefits from its unique location and strong partnerships with area businesses and institutions including Coca-Cola and Georgia Tech.

Inman Middle School 404-802-3200 774 Virginia Avenue
Inman Middle School was recently named a Highest Performing School by the Georgia Department of Education. Inman was one of only four middle schools statewide, and two Atlanta Public Schools, to make this distinguished list. Inman’s diverse student body includes families from neighborhoods including Ansley Park, Morningside, Virginia Highlands, Home Park, Downtown, Midtown, Old Fourth Ward, Inman Park, and Candler Park.

Grady High School 404-802-3001 929 Charles Allen Drive
Grady High School provides excellence in public education epitomized by their motto: “Individually we are different… together we are Grady.” In addition to excellent academics, Grady boasts award-winning programs including their student newspaper (The Southerner), Mock Trial and Debate teams, and championship athletics. The Grady cluster includes Centennial Place Elementary, Hope Hill Elementary, Mary Lin Elementary, Morningside Elementary, Springdale Park Elementary, and Inman Middle.

For more information about the Atlanta Public School district, please visit the website . Information about our elected Board of Education members can be found here.

Georgia Institute of Technology 404-894-2000 North Avenue

Savannah College of Art and Design Atlanta (SCAD) 877-722-3285 1600 Peachtree Street