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Foundry Academy

Academic Excellence and a Caring Community for Grades 6-12 

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our school at a glance

  • College-Prep Curriculum
  • Caring Culture
  • Future-Focused STEM Program
  • Industry Experienced Faculty
  • Customizable Curriculum
  • Integrative dynamic real-world learning
  • Humanities, Media & the Arts
  • Grades offered: 6 - 12

  • Student to faculty ratio: 3:1

  • Average class size: 10

  • Percentage on scholarship: 25

  • College acceptance rate: 100%

  • Average college scholarships awarded per student: $140,000

Please visit our Admissions page to Apply Now.

Book your Tour

The best way to experience Foundry Academy is to come on a weekday morning small group tour where you will visit classrooms, meet staff and students, and explore the campus.

Tours are limited in size and frequency, so please sign up early. Students applying to grades 6-12 are encouraged to attend with a parent/guardian. Shadowing a class is purely optional and is limited to two classes.

Tours last 30-45min

Lower School (grades 6-8):

Tours with Dr. Kasinger, Principal

On select Tuesday and Thursday Mornings

 

Upper School (grades 9-12):

Tours with Mrs. McCully, Headmaster

On select Mondays and Thursdays

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Exhibition Night

May 17, 6:30 PM

Visit our school, experience our interactive projects, and discover what our students have been learning this semester. 

Exhibits Include: 

  • Stomp Rockets

  • Catapault Demonstration

  • “Utopia” Simulation Room

  • Beehives

  • Robot Demonstrations

  • Mummified Chickens

  • Interactive Games

And so much more!

Our approach

Imagine a school that encourages creativity, curiosity, and a lifelong love of learning.  

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Discover

College ready students with access to entrepreneurship classes, internships, special guests, excursions, and
extra-curriculars

Expert Teachers

All our classes are taught by industry professionals; faculty who are passionate educators but also working in their chosen specialties.

These teachers' resumes span graphic design, environmental engineering, screenwriting, aviation, and so much more. 

Our students love that all our classes and assignments are relevant to the real world, because their teachers are still part of it.  

The Foundry Difference

Authentic Learning

No standardized tests, no pointless busy work. At Foundry Academy we use project based learning, hold community engagement nights, teach finance skills and entrepreneurship, serve our community, and ensure our curriculum creates college-ready graduates.

Our students also have the opportunity to experience and engage with a huge array of careers in order to find their passions and change the world.

Caring Culture

The Foundry Academy Family is the core of our school.  We understand that successful learning can only occur alongside emotional growth. Foundry Academy is committed to helping our students to flourish through providing positive role models, student support services, senior student mentorship, a House system, and personal development programs.  Service projects also aid students in seeing their value to the broader community and building self-esteem. 

Testimonials

Foundry Academy is an answered prayer! Our son wakes up excited for school every day. He is working harder and learning more than ever before. Each day the mission of 'Work hard, be kind, change the world,' is lived! It is a wonderful learning environment where he is supported, encouraged, and expected to do his personal best daily! Love Foundry Academy and the teachers.

Georgia Goal - Your Taxes Supporting Our Students

The Georgia GOAL Program is important to Foundry Acedemy because it benefits our students so much! Georgia's elected officials had the remarkable vision to pass the Education Expense Credit law to provide families in our state with access to better educational opportunities for their children. 

 

Did you know that 1/3 of our students in some way receive help from this scholarship? You see a lot of posts being sent out asking for donations, but this is not a donation. This is considered a tax credit; i.e. you're telling the government where to put your tax money. So, we encourage families for this reason to allocate part of their taxes to GOAL, so that many of our current and future students can benefit from it. Applications for the 2024 tax year need to be submitted by the end of 2023.

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