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Greetings From The Piedmont School!

There are many things unique about our school, and we are different by design – to help students achieve both academic and social success.We are a non-profit organization providing a unique, essential service to children in our community with learning disabilities and/or Attention Deficit (Hyperactivity) Disorder ADHD. In addition to our full day school program, we offer specialized tutoring and academic coaching that incorporate appropriate teaching and learning techniques that are specially tailored to individual students’ needs.We maintain a small class student-teacher ratio with five to ten students per class. We do this in order to establish a supportive, non-intimidating atmosphere in the classroom. For our teachers, the heart and soul of their mission in life is to create a warm, family atmosphere designed to help the students they teach. They also are committed to guiding parents in how to best assist their children in overcoming the hurdles that have prevented them from being successful in school.


When students enter The Piedmont School, they can immediately take a breath, feel relief from fighting the system, and enjoy a place where they are accepted and encouraged to learn and grow. We focus on promoting respect and responsibility designed to foster healthy social skills and enhanced self-esteem.


I invite you to visit The Piedmont School and learn more about what we have to offer and see for yourself the supportive environment that surrounds all our students.

Tim Montgomery
Head of School

FAST FACTS

Athletics

Athletics

Check out information on Panther Athletics including league information, sports teams, and schedules.

TPS Arts Department

TPS Arts Department

Information on the TPS Arts Department including Music, Drama and Art. 

John Yowell Academy

John Yowell Academy at TPS

Find information on the John Yowell Academy High School at The Piedmont School.

NEWS & EVENTS

  • Guilford Woman Magazine: The Days of Summer Should Not Be Totally Lazy

    This is the time of year when we make decisions as to how our students should spend their summers. All students seem to lose some of what they have worked so hard to gain during the school year over the summer months; it just seems our population of student seems to lose much more. Plan a mixture of academic and fun adventures to keep them from getting bored. I am big on self-esteem and at The Piedmont School, we are always thinking of new ways to reward our students for good work. That should not stop in the summer, and incentives are a great way to get buy-in from your students.

  • Forsyth Family Magazine: What To Do When Your Child Hates School

    What do you do as a parent when your child hates school? What should you look out for and what can be done to get to the root of the problem?

  • Registration: Annual Educators Workshop

    The Annual Educators Workshop at The Piedmont School and John Yowell Academy will be held Monday February 5, 2018! This is a FREE workshop for area educators.

  • Kernersville Magazine: Where Education Gets Personal

    Understand. Patience. Trust. Fun. Compassion. Nurturing heart. These characteristics are what Head of School Tim Montgomery calls necessary for every educator to possess. Better yet, these core values are the foundation and fill every classroom of The Piedmont School (TPS) and John Yowell Academy (JYA). The latter being the new high school program started at The Piedmont School in 2015.

  • Socializing Your Child To Social Media

    Tips for parents on socializing your child to social media

  • What Teachers and Administrators Want Parents To Know

    Education page article for Forsyth Family Magazine August 2017

  • The Piedmont School Awards Its First Diploma

    The Piedmont School awards its first diploma and renames its high school.

  • Buckley Report: Unlocking Student Potential

    The Piedmont School unlocks student potential.

  • The Piedmont School: Quenching The Thirst

    The Piedmont School, located on a beautiful campus just down Old Mill Road in High Point, is built on the foundation of creating educational success for students K–12th with learning differences. The school’s mission statement is the driving force behind its success: The Piedmont School strives daily to be the educational oasis that quenches the thirst of students who learn differently.


Cross Country Begins

Cross Country season begins on Monday, August 20th. Practice will be afterschool Mon-Thurs from 2:30-4:30pm at TPS. Students in grades 4th-8th grade are invited to participate. Please contact Coach M for more details.

Early Release Day

Our first early release day will be Friday, August 31st. We will follow our staggered release schedule, as follows: 11:00am- Primary 11:15am- Lower School (3rd-6th) 11:30am- Intermediate (7th-8th) 11:45am- JYA (9th-12th)

Labor Day- No School

TPS & JYA will be closed for Labor Day on Monday, September 3rd.

  • "The Piedmont School strives daily to be the educational oasis that quenches the thirst of students who learn differently."

  • 2018-2019 School Calendar

    Below you will find the 2018-2019 School Calendar for TPS and JYA

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