This fall, students of Cumberland Academy of Georgia participated in both Digital Citizenship Week and Hour of Code. Both are national events designed to boost students’ digital education and foster computer science foundations. […]
Atlanta-based special needs school, Cumberland Academy of Georgia, will partake in Georgia Gives Day, a statewide fundraising initiative, on November 27, 2018. […]
Atlanta-based Cumberland Academy of Georgia recently announced it is launching a new career and college preparation program called Creating Futures.
This month, Ed Voyles Automotive Group donated a new school bus to the Atlanta-based Cumberland Academy of Georgia. The new bus has been upgraded to make it more accessible for the school’s special needs students. […]
Atlanta-based Cumberland Academy of Georgia and LexisNexis Risk Solutions® recently joined together for a two-day coding and career seminar. Cumberland is the first school in Georgia chosen to participate in the seminar.
Atlanta-based Cumberland Academy of Georgia has established a partnership between itself and two Chick-fil-A stores in the Perimeter Mall area. This partnership will allow students to learn culinary skills from the director of training, Jeff Chong.
Students from Atlanta special-needs school, Cumberland Academy of Georgia, continue to learn this summer break by taking a trip to the University of Georgia’s Marine Education Center and Aquarium on Skidaway Island, working at Homewood Suites and Chick-fil-A, as well as volunteering at a local YMCA.
Atlanta special-needs school, Cumberland Academy of Georgia, sponsored overnight trips for all students, teachers and counselors on May 2 to 4. The entire student body participated, with 4th and 5th graders traveling to a local camp in Covington, Georgia; middle schoolers going to Chattanooga; and high schoolers visiting Nashville.
When Cumberland Academy of Georgia administrators discovered the catalytic converters had been stolen on two of their transport vans, Atlanta-based auto dealership Steve Rayman Chevrolet quickly stepped in and donated several thousand dollars worth of parts and labor to make the repairs. During the same 48-hour period, Cumberland welcomed in two new teachers, one counselor and 10 students who were suddenly without a school.
Starting in early April, Atlanta special-needs school, Cumberland Academy of Georgia, will open a new “living laboratory”, this new classroom will provide a facility where students can learn independent living skills. […]