The Community School

Category: Students


A Visit to the Landtrust

This article written by Kim Evans, our Associate Director of The Community Team at TCS, is a wonderful photo essay depicting an essential part of our program – our weekly hikes!

Read More

Math Affinities by Dave Nelson, Executive Administrative Director

On Monday mornings, I teach a class called Affinities Math, with help from our new Assistant Teacher, Jordan Spurlin. This is a class for a group of young adults who are focused on transitioning into the larger world. They don’t…

Read More

A Participant’s Perspective on the Alliance Theatre’s Production of ‘The Jungle Book’

This article written by a TCS participant illuminates their unique perspective upon attending The Alliance Theatre’s production of ‘The Jungle Book’.

Read More

Experiential Growth In the Garden

This article illuminates our participants experience interning at a variety of community gardens and hidden outdoor gems!

Read More

Cooking and Nutrition in Independence Class

This article follows a day in the life of one of our recent independence based cooking classes.

Read More

TCS Recycling Day and Bake Sale

Learn all about the details of our Recycling Day here!

You can also enjoy the pictures of our participants in action!

Read More

Internship at the Alliance Theatre

This article reflects on all the wonderful times the participants in the TCS Work Program shared this past year at The Alliance Theatre!

Read More

A Journey to the Center of MARTA, Five Points, and Underground Atlanta!

This article talks about a recent field trip one of our Summer Independence classes took to Downtown Atlanta, and the real world applications of experiential learning.

Read More

Celebrating the Wylde Center

We are at the end of another great school year here at TCS. All of our internship sites have been fantastic this year and we are so grateful for all that they have done for us. This week we wanted…

Read More

The Dragon King: Developing Symbolic Thinking and Comprehension Skills

This in-depth article illuminates a TCS literature project that included a fun and educational trip to The Center for Puppetry Arts!

Read More