Our open enrollment for 2019-2020 closed in February and our lottery was run immediately thereafter. We are currently at capacity and have a waitlist for each grade level; however, we have re-opened our application portal for those families interested in submitting a post-enrollment/post-lottery application for the purpose of being placed on the waitlist for the applicable grade level. Please understand that this is not a form of acceptance nor does it require any documentation to be submitted outside of the initial online application.
Applications should be submitted through Lottease at the following link: www.lotterease.com. There is a short video available on the home page of the site which will guide you through the process. As a parent, you should create an account and then proceed to the application process by choosing the grade level lottery that applies to you in the dropdown, i.e., kindergarten, 1st grade, etc.
Again, please understand that this is for the WAILIST only as there are no available slots at this time. You will periodically receive updates from Lotterease if the waitlist housing your application moves. Those are the only updates you will receive since we no longer monitor and manage our waitlist. If your student is not accepted prior to our next open enrollment period, January of 2020, please be sure to reapply so you can participate in the lottery for the 2020-2021 school year. THIS APPLIES TO ALL APPLICANTS WHO ARE REMAINING ON THE WAITLIST AT THAT TIME. Information about this event will be provided after the commencement of the 2019-2020 school year.
We stand on the shoulders of some pretty amazing parents here at TMS! Here is a fantastic interview with founding member Adela Yelton. If you think you appreciate this school now - just see how you feel after reading more about this passionate TMS Hero and how far we have come!
923 Forrest BlvdDecatur, Georgia30030United States
Tel: (404) 289-0320
Mission: The mission of The Museum School of Avondale Estates is to inspire students, teachers and the community to collaborate to develop strong critical thinking, interpersonal and academic skills in our students, which will prepare them for real-world success.