St. Martins

St. Martin’s Episcopal School (SMES) is Atlanta’s preschool through 8th-grade experience dedicated to graduating well-rounded individuals ready to wholeheartedly embrace life. St. Martin’s serves 600 students and offers a challenging curriculum, outstanding facilities and many opportunities for students to learn about the world and themselves through intellectual adventures, extracurricular opportunities and spiritual formation.

St. Martin’s touts a new Early Childhood Learning Center with classrooms designed explicitly for two-year-olds through first grade, a STEAM village that intentionally connects a science lab, tinker space and art room and an outdoor learning space geared to foster engagement and collaborative learning among young children. 

Elementary School at St. Martin’s is a vibrant community focused on a loving structure balanced with high academic expectations grounded in STEAM-based education. Students learn life skills such as time management and teamwork along with core academics and co-curricular opportunities to stretch their knowledge of the world.  

By actively meeting the developmental needs of early adolescents in Middle School, the 6th-8th-grade program allows students to grow into themselves - academically, physically, artistically and spiritually. The Middle School has a traditional structure designed to prepare students for academically rigorous high schools.  The stimulating curriculum engages young minds by developing sound study skills and creating inquisitive habits of mind.  

New for 2019-20, is the addition of the Kairos Learning Center offering a unique learning environment for students who have language-based difficulties such as dyslexia, dysgraphia and dyscalculia. This ‘school within a school’ approach allows identified students to receive additional support balanced with immersion in the overall St. Martin’s Episcopal School experience.

As an Episcopal School, students’ spiritual growth is an integral part of our mission. Students are inspired to be good citizens, to serve the community and to love and respect oneself and others.

We invite you to visit our campus to learn more. Please contact the Admission Office at (404)-228-0709 and visit 

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