cademics are the primary emphasis at Inman. The core curriculum focuses on math, science, social studies and language arts with the goal of academic excellence and personal character development. Inman’s curriculum is enhanced by instruction in Spanish, French, Band, Orchestra, Chorus, Art, Physical Education, German, Health and more.
Located in the heart of the historic Virginia-Highland neighborhood, Inman Middle School (map) has a strong record of graduating academically prepared students with their eyes toward high school and beyond. Inman’s location combines the feel of a close-knit neighborhood with easy access to the cultural, business and political leaders of the state. It’s not uncommon for Governors, Congressmen, corporate leaders and nationally recognized performing artists to visit Inman to join forces with the exceptional staff, students and parents of the Inman community. Approximately 780 sixth, seventh and eighth graders at Inman come predominantly from neighborhoods in the heart of Atlanta.
A spectacular $14 million expansion and renovation of Inman was completed in August 2004. The project included the addition of 34,000 square feet, carefully crafted to meld the school’s historic traditions and a state-of-the-art facility.
Students at Inman are guided at every level to meet new challenges, and the diverse student body and staff work to achieve new levels of understanding and inclusion. Inman prides itself in being an intown school that mirrors society in a spirit of cooperation and shared vision, where children can learn, play and grow together while soaring to success.