PARENT INFORMATION

“The evidence that parent involvement can make a significant difference in student achievement is beyond question.”

 

- John H. Wherry, Ed.D., President of The Parent Institute®.

Infinite Campus Parent Portal

Stay informed about your scholar's grades, attendance, and pay school fees via the Infinite Campus Parent Portal. 

For IPA Infinite Campus Parent Portal assistance email us at enroll@ivyprepacademy.org

School Uniforms

Prestige Apparel is Ivy Prep Academy's school uniform vendor. They are located at 2841 Greenbriar Pkwy SW, Atlanta, GA 30331. For more information contact Prestige Apparel via phpne at 404-349-3100 or via email at mexpress@bellsouth.netSchool.

Monarch News 

The week at a glance with upcoming events and important school information. 

Head of School's
Happenings

The week at a glance with upcoming events and important school information from Dr. Charcia Nichols.  

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After School Tennis Club

 

Interested in Ivy Prep's After School Tennis Club? Click here to register your scholar. Our tennis club will be in partnership with the Athlete's Youth Success Institute, a link to the registration form:

https://forms.gle/BGpa2jyijudfckzdA

Federal Programs & Parent Information

 

A number of the offerings at Ivy Prep Academy are supported by Federal programs. In addition, there are disclosures that are required to be posted and available to parents. Click the button below to view Federal Programs and Disclosures.

GEORGIA MILESTONES

GMAS Parent Announcement  

GMAS Assessment Guides

GMAS Georgia Standards of Excellence

School-wide Testing Calendar
PARENT RESOURCES
Helpful academic resources for parents and scholars. 
FAMILY & SCHOLAR HANDBOOK
SCHOOL NUTRITION

Ivy Preparatory Academy offers a full meal program with breakfast and lunch. Please see the documents below for information on Free and Reduced Meals.

Dept. of Education
Financial Data Reporting 

The Department of Education has published its new financial data reporting tool as required by HB 139.

 

HB 139 required the aggregation and publication of a variety of financial information for all school districts, such as revenue and expenditure data, capital construction costs, recent audits, and similar reports.