Middle school can be joyful.
We are doing our very best to make it so.
We are offering a place where students have the space and support to figure out how they will connect with and contribute to their world. A place where students feel loved and accepted for who they are, even as they are called toward growth and transformation.
The world of academics is full of standards, rubrics, rankings, competition, requirements, and fear, in which students are swept, dragged, pulled, pushed, and coaxed along the journey of knowledge acquisition and skill building.
Yet we know that the surest shortcut to the desired end result is for a kid to want to learn, and to take charge of his or her own education.
At the Little Middle School, that's what we are seeking. There are amazing moments when it all comes together, and a student's present and future are aligned; those glimmers of promise make it worth all of the boring, naggy stuff we settle for when we all forget what's possible.
Will you join us?
If you're interested in learning more, please call me, Casey McCann, at 404-537-1372, or email me. I'd love to hear your story and explore whether our school might be the solution your family is looking for.
"Our daughter is looking forward to high school, but at the same time, she really does not want her year at Little Middle to end."
"Our experience at LMS is differentiated from any other academic experience by one word - “engaged". Our son has gone from apathetic to excited, from quiet to a chatterbox, from feeling like a failure to being truly confident. He has learned the basics of course but beyond that he has learned about being a part of the world we live in today – from technology and engineering to personal characteristics and financial management. At our dinner table he used to sit quietly and eat. Now he initiates insightful conversation about real issues of global importance, and real topics of self reflection. LMS has, for us, been that one thing that you hope every child will find – that inspiration to reach into the world and experience it, contribute to it, and strive to leave it better than you found it. "