Beautifully Redesigned Campus
Our building, converted from a former Rich’s department store, was redesigned in 2009. Currently, we have 57 classrooms and 100,000 square feet of instructional space.
Kindergarten ClassroomWe currently have eight Kindergarten classrooms where students are afforded the opportunity to engage in a variety of learning experiences that assist with social and academic development.
Second Floor Lobby “Hello Wall"As an IB school, our goal is to develop well-rounded citizens with an awareness of the part they play in our school, local, and global community.
Nighttime at IASOnce the school day has ended, our halls buzz with the activities of our After School and Enrichment programs. Approximately 300 students participate, and our program continues to grow each year.
Our reception area is the gateway to IAS. Here, parents are greeted by friendly and knowledgeable staff to assist with questions.
Upper Elementary ClassroomIn each of our classrooms for grades 3-8, teachers and students have access to a Promethean Interactive Whiteboard. This technology is used to enhance student learning and classroom instruction.
First Floor LobbyAs an international school, IAS is proud to represent families, faculty and staff from 31 countries. Located in the first floor lobby, the world map represents our diversity.
World TimeOur wall clocks serve as a constant reminder that we are only a small part of the greater global community. As an IB school, it is our mission to develop a sense of global mindedness in our students, families, faculty and staff.
Middle School HallwayCurrently, our middle school is comprised of approximately 185 students in grade 6-8. Through the Middle Years Programme, equal emphasis is placed on all eight instructional areas, including language A (English), language B (Spanish), humanities, math, science, technology, health/PE, the arts.
“The International Academy of Smyrna is a community partnership which provides an engaging, student-centered environment and rigorous, relevant curriculum that promote the development of critical thinking skills. Our graduates will be well-rounded world citizens who are academically prepared to meet the challenges and opportunities of the future.”