Georgia School of Academics and Athletes

Mission Statement

The goal and vision of GSAA is to teach and nurture the students' minds while improving their physical build. We will achieve these goals by engaging the students in several academic programs in an excellent classroom environment and on the other hand, we will teach the students how to train their bodies and to stay in shape.

School structure

GSAA will have three groups of grades: elementary school (K-5), middle school (6-8), and high school (9-12). These groups of grades will have different facilities on the same campus, and they will be taught differently due to their varying maturities. Each semester will consist of four classes each one hour long. The four classes will be the student's choice, but the student will choose the classes from a list available for each grade.

The Bears

GSAA's mascot is the bear and our school colors are red and black. The bear is a unique symbol representing strength, confidence, leadership, and healing. Red represents the school's energy, strength, and power. Black represents the school's elegance, formality, and mystery.
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Our main academic focus is STEM. STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Our students will learn these subjects with varying degrees of difficulty depending on the grade level. GSAA will teach K-12 starting with the easiest courses and the basics.


GSAA is offering many after-school sports including football, soccer, baseball, softball, tennis, lacrosse, swimming, basketball, wrestling, track and field, and cross country. GSAA will also require at least one physical education class per grade level each year of enrollment.

School day and bell schedule

Morning Bell- 8:10 Go to homeroom

Begin first class- 8:20-9:20

Arrive and begin second class- 9:25-10:25

Arrive and begin third class/lunch- 10:30-12:00

Arrive and begin fourth class- 12:05-1:05

Dismissal to bus, car, or walker- 1:10

Lunch set-up

The lunches will start at the 10:30 bell starting with the higher grades. Each facility will have separate lunch rooms and specific tables and times according to the different classes. There will be three different 30 minute lunch periods: A, B, and C lunch. Students are allowed to bring snack from home to eat during their second class.

Dress Code

All attire is accepted with some limitations:

-No inappropriate words on clothing

-No hats, hoods, or sunglasses during class

-No sagging or visibility of undergarments