Read. Rise. Fly. As One!

The Schenck School Alumni  are an impressive and accomplished group of learners. Alumni of our School have soared on to become leaders, educators, performers, athletes, and more! 

We offer a variety of exciting opportunities for you to get involved, from participating in fundraising efforts to engaging in fun school and community-oriented activities. Whether you're a recent graduate or someone who has cherished The Schenck School memories from years ago, you're already a valued member of our alumni family.

When our alumni community is strong, we are strong!
Alumni support of The Schenck School Annual Fund shows your support to a meaningful and transformative education. A gift, no matter the size, makes a difference at Schenck. Please consider making your gift today.

Please send an update and photo to Please include information on what you have been doing since outplacing, such as your current school or profession, interests, and advice or special memory of The Schenck School .


Sporting Clays for Dyslexia

An annual volunteer-run event founded by alumnus John Curtis Fisher ('00) as a way to raise awareness of dyslexia.  

Proceeds directly support the education of students with dyslexia and teacher training in the Metro Atlanta area. 

All experience levels are welcome. Join other Schenck School alumni and friends at this event at Blalock Lakes!

For more information, please email John Curtis Fisher.


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Alumni of The Schenck School in High School and College are invited, with their parents, to join us for an evening with current Schenck School Faculty Member, Hart Stuck along with our guest panel of alumni as they share the ingredients of good study skill strategies and work habits.

January 25, 2024
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Fuqua Dining Hall at The Schenck School


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Coming in the Summer of 2024!

The Schenck School Summer Adventures Camp will offer five in-person camps and one virtual camp. Health and safety protocols will be in place and adhered to during camp. Currentely, masks and social distancing will be required as well as other measures. 

Each camp is led by a highly trained Schenck School or Dyslexia Resource teacher, tutor, or remediation specialist. Unlike traditional summer school, Summer Adventures Camp skillfully and tactfully disguises learning as fun! All courses help build stonger self awareness, self advocacy skills, and self-esteem.

Courses are available for students in rising first grade through eighth grade. For detailed information, please click here.