Even our traditional non-charter elementary school, Parside Elementary, is designated as APS's 21st Century Technology Ingegration School. Each classroom is equiped with a Promethean ACTIVBoard linked to the teacher's laptop. They have phenomenal resources for a public school! I think having the close proximity of charter schools has raised the bar for education in ALL of Grant Park.
The current attendance zones for The Neighborhood Charter School are the Grant Park and Ormewood Park neighborhoods. The Atlanta Charter Middle School has all of NPU-W (Grant Park, East Atlanta and S.A.N.D. neighborhoods) for it's primary attendance zone. The Imagine Wesley Charter School has a 30 percent allotment to NPU-W and NPU-V, then 70 percent city-wide.
There is current discussion and application being made to APS for a Charter High-School.
Hope this is useful! Ramiro Garcia | Keller Williams Realty Atlanta Midtown
Also, there is no guarantee to get into The Neighborhood Charter School - There has been a lottery for kindergarten and other grades. Once a child is in, siblings get priority. It is getting easier to get in as other quality charter schools are not far and Parkside Elementary is also a top-notch school. Info can be found on my web-site