Our Community
 
 




  For Solidarity Students:

  Independent Schools in the greater Atlanta area

 

Holy Spirit Preparatory School
Holy Spirit Preparatory School students provide countless hours of service to The Solidarity School.

5th Grade students from the Lower School monthly provide Solidarity students with activities and projects to introduce the virtue of the month through the K4J (Kids for Jesus) program.

Members of the Upper School Beta Club have accompanied Solidarity students on field trips to the zoo, aquarium, and Cagle's Dairy Farm.

Upper School students provide volunteers for the annual Summer Camp and work as counselors and facilitators under the direction of the adult supervisors.

Past drives from all three campuses to benefit The Solidarity School include the collection of books appropriate to preschool & kindergarten levels (to establish a library), canned goods, and baby supplies.
 

 

Holy Innocents' Episcopal School

Holy Innocents' Episcopal School brings their 5th grade students to Solidarity every other month and supplements the teacher's lesson plan by providing materials, projects, and technological tools to support the theme of the week.
 

 

Pinecrest Academy

Pinecrest Academy travels to Solidarity for one school day and supplements classroom activities. Last year, Pinecrest students celebrated the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe with Solidarity, providing activities, songs, projects, and fun for Solidarity students.
 

 

Atlanta International School

Atlanta International School works within their community to raise funds to help families offset the cost of tuition at Solidarity. Representatives from AIS communicate regularly with Solidarity to assess and allocate support to those identified with the greatest need.
 

  Order of Malta    
 

The Order of Malta, both national and local, has been supportive of The Solidarity School through the generosity of their time, talents, and financial resources. To read how the Order of Malta supports The Solidarity School, please read the attached newsletter that was prepared for their national headquarters in Washington, DC in March, 2009.
                                                         


  Local Business and Organizations
 

The Solidarity School partners with local businesses and organizations of the greater Atlanta community to enable students to be exposed to adults in their community who promote a better future. Adopting the motto, "If you make an impression on a child and that changes him for the better, for a lifetime, there is no way to quantify the benefits." Investing in the academic success of students provides benefits to society; however, adult role models are crucial to the development of a successful transition into society. The school is grateful to the many businesses and organization who continue to visit. Recent examples include the Sandy Springs Police Department & Sandy Springs Fire Department - health and safety; PetSmart - Birds, Reptiles, & Mammals; and Kaiser-Permanente - traveling programs such as "Mumferd’s Safety Tale" & "Give Peas a Chance.

 
 

Support for Families

Centro Catolico - Located within the parish borders of Holy Spirit Catholic Church, the Catholic Center of the Spirit Santo was established in March of the year 2000 by the to serve the Hispanic community of Sandy Springs. The mission brings the Catholic faith to all in the Hispanic community, providing means to know, to love and to serve God. The Catholic Center attends to those people who are far from their mother country, providing them assistance that allows each to integrate themselves into the American culture and live their faith within a community united under the Holy Spirit and the intercession on our Holy Mother, the Virgin of Guadalupe. This Catholic mission strives to satisfy the spiritual needs of the community with Mass being provided every Sunday, confessions, and religious education for children and adults. A newly formed day labor center has just opened and plans for a health clinic are being finalized with services available to the mission community within the next six months. As an organization of social services the mission offers gratuitous services without race discrimination, religion or origin.

 
                       
 
   
 
If one feels tired, lonely, heartbroken, or moved away from his family by distance, or looks for a calm place
 to pray and to speak with God, he will find a place here where his spirit will feel at home. He will find aid and
 support for problems. All the services provided in English and Spanish by personnel and clergy
who understand the importance of the native language and culture and wishes the best thing
for the needy and their family. We are here for helping!
 
 
 
  Day Labor Center - Church Opens Day Labor Center  Date:  April 3, 2009     Publisher:  Sandy Springs Reporter  
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Moda Real - Initiated by members of the Holy Spirit Preparatory Challenge Club, the mission of Moda Real is to "Nurture an integral formation for young Hispanic girls in order for them to achieve a balance of mind, body, and soul that will enable them to become strong leaders and virtuous examples to all."

 
 

 

 
     
 
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