Enrichment Days are special school days eagerly-anticpated by all our students. The topic of each Enrichment Day is designed to augment the current classroom curriculum. For example, students enjoy at least one History Enrichment Day per year which literally "brings to life" the time period the children are studying in class. Another Enrichment Day might be an "insect party" or a trip to the Atlanta Botanical Garden to learn more about the insects and plants the children are studying. Over-night trips are enjoyed by our fifth through eighth-graders at the end of each school year.
Our school parents are a vital part of Enrichment Days, whether chaperoning students for an off-campus visit to the Atlanta Symphony , or playing key acting roles in making History Days come alive for our students. If you come to visit, don't be surprised if you see "George Washington" walking the halls or our Headmaster dressed as Pharoah chasing the "Hebrews" across the "Red Sea." . Many of our alumni include these History Enrichment Days in their list of favorite Perimeter School memories.
Look below to see a list of the Enrichment Days enjoyed by our students - and enjoyed by their parents! Please note, this is to give visitors a flavor of Enrichment Days at Perimeter School and may change year-to-year, or even within the same year, as other circumstances and opportunities arise.
Typical Enrichment Days**
Kindergarten - 2nd Grade
Please visit the Lower Elementary/E-days page for a discussion on enrichment days at this grade level.
Off-Campus Enrichment Days: Pickneyville Park Nature Center, Caroling, Benjamin West Art Exhibit at Bob Jones University, Atlanta Botanical Gardens
History Days: Explorers, Colonial Day
Off-Campus Enrichment Days: Atlanta Botanical Gardens, Atlanta Symphony, High Museum, Cobb County Youth History Museum, Mozart’s Magic Flute Opera, New Echota Cherokee Site
History Days: Revolutionary War Day
Others: Science Day, Insect Party
Off-Campus Enrichment Days: Stone Mountain Plantation, Atlanta History Center
History Enrichment Days: Underground Railroad Day
Others: Star Night, Money Day, Cave Trip (overnight)
Off-Campus Enrichment Days: Georgia Aquarium, Right-to-Life March, Warm Springs - FDR's Little White House, Jimmy Carter Library, Martin Luther King Center Memorial and Church
Others: Camp Highland (overnight)
Off-Campus Enrichment Days: Michael C. Carlos Museum at Emory, a play at the Balzaar Theatre, High Museum, Right-to-Life March
Others: Tybee Island (overnight)
Off-Campus Enrichment Days: High Museum, Right-to-Life March, State Capitol Tour
Others: Washington, DC (overnight)
**Please note, this is intended to give visitors a flavor of Enrichment Days at Perimeter School and may change year-to-year, or even within the same year, as other circumstances and opportunities arise.