Many of metro Atlanta’s private schools have opted to begin the new year with in-person classes on campus, while others are offering a hybrid model or virtual learning option. All the schools have implemented social distancing and are requiring masks, along with a host of other safety measures. Here’s a roundup of local private schools and how they’ve chosen to start the new academic year. For the latest updates, see their websites.

Atlanta Country Day School


Atlanta Girls’ School


Atlanta International School

In-person and/or remote, varying by grade levels.

Atlanta Jewish Academy

In-person and/or remote, varying by grade levels.

Brandon Hall School

In-person and optional hybrid.

The Davis Academy


Dunwoody Christian School


Epstein School

In-person or remote, varying by grade levels.

The Galloway School

In-person or remote.

Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School


Holy Spirit Preparatory School

In-person and remote optional.

The Lovett School


Mount Vernon School

In-person or hybrid with remote option.

Pace Academy


St. Martin’s Episcopal School


St. Pius X Catholic High School

In-person, hybrid and virtual.

The Weber School

In person and virtual.

The Westminster Schools

Hybrid, varying by grade level.

Woodward Academy

In-person or remote.

–Collin Kelley and John Ruch

Collin Kelley has been the editor of Atlanta Intown for two decades and has been a journalist and freelance writer for 35 years. He’s also an award-winning poet and novelist.