Welcome to ATS – Alpharetta Tamil School.

ATS is a language teaching school to teach Tamil language and to promote Tamil culture. ATS is following International Tamil Academy(ITA) syllabus.

The school is accredited by “Georgia Accrediting Commission (GAC)“.

Graduating students can earn one high school credit at any high school in Forsyth County.

To teach Tamil language and to promote Tamil culture.

To provide Tamil education in a very professional setting and in a positive environment. In addition to teaching Tamil language, our mission is to provide opportunities to learn and participate events related to the rich Tamil culture and arts.


  • Teaching Tamil language to children, youth, and adults in a school setting.
  • Making the students to read, write and converse in Tamil at the intermediate proficiency level.
  • Providing an opportunity to experience the culture and traditions of Tamil.
  • Creating a pathway to earn an academic language credit for learning Tamil.
  • Enable children to speak fluently in Tamil.
  • Help children to read and write well in Tamil.
  • Ensure that our Tamil language and Tamil culture pass on to successive generations.
  • Learn Tamil culture along with the language.

Please stay tuned with this website to be up-to-date with the school news.

Latest News

ATS Update – Final Exam this Sunday

Dear Parents,

This Sunday (May 3rd, 2020) will be the last class of this academic year and  we have the final exam on this day.  Please help your children to prepare for the exam.
We hope the exam review helps your children to get proficient to their respective grade level.

As we have informed you earlier, CTA Curriculum Team has created enrichment practice worksheets for all the classes.
Go to: Parent Access-  >  Child Resources Info –>  Select Syllabus in the drop down   under ‘Other Information’ ==> Click the book icon under ‘Details’.  
Please make use of it.

Please check with your child’s class teacher for any questions regarding the model question paper/exam day schedule. Kindly make sure to login around 9:25 a.m. this Sunday so that your children will have enough time to get ready for the exam.

Thank you all,

Sundari Kumar
Alpharetta Tamil School 

ATS Update: Online classes for the rest of the academic year

Dear Parents,

As you all know already, Governor Kemp has announced that all the schools are closed until the end of academic year.  Therefore, our Tamil school is also closed until the end of this academic year.  However, our online learning continues until the final exam.  Thanks for your continued support in helping your children to learn via online.  Our sincere thanks to all our dedicated teachers for making adjustment for online teaching.   Additionally, our much-anticipated fun-filled field day event is also cancelled.

We have not forgotten our seniors.  We would make efforts to celebrate their achievement and preserve their memories when they walk out of our school.  However, with the present situation, it is unlikely to have the graduation event in May.  We are exploring ways and will consult the public-school system and will plan to have the graduation event later when it is safe and convenient for everyone.  We will keep you posted. Until then, please continue to encourage your child to participate the online class.  Please follow the CDC guidelines and stay safe.  We wish you all the very best.


Alpharetta Tamil School 

Parking guidelines, Pre-K 1 and Pre K-2 passes

Dear Parents,

Just a few things we need to remember as we enter into another academic year. As you know, the school grows every year with new students eager to learn. Additionally, there are more vehicles coming into the school and we have more parking issues to deal with. We tried our best to answer your questions here. So, please take few minutes and read the parking instructions.

Parking Lots:

ATS has 3 different parking lots for parents to park, PGMS Bus Parking, PGMS Cafeteria parking and Shiloh point parking.

PGMS Bus Parking: Prek1, Prek-2 and Volunteers (with pass) are allowed to park at Bus parking on first come first served basis. Please keep your parking pass in the dashboard or hang it on the rear view mirror so that you can park at PGMS bus parking.The drop off lane can be used by every parent, but do not block the traffic in this lane.

Shiloh Point Elementary parking and PGMS cafeteria parking: If you are just walking your child to school, you will be parking in Shiloh Point Elementary front parking lot or PGMS cafeteria parking. We highly recommend to use Shiloh point parking as there are plenty of parking lots available to park. It is only few minutes walk away.

Speeding: We want to strongly remind you that you need to drive SLOW when entering and exiting the parking lots. There are many people walking across to enter and exit the school. We would like to have a safe environment for all of us and our kids.

Fire lane parking and street parking: Fire lane parking is absolutely NO….NO… Also, there is no parking down the street entering the bus parking or up the hill. It is causing a dangerous situation for people entering and exiting the parking lot, as well as creating an emergency catastrophe for first responders should an emergency occur.

Drop off area in front of the school: Drop off area in the front of the school, cafeteria side is only for drop off and do not park.

Few other safety things for parents walking their children to their class rooms:

  • If you are walking the child to the class room, please stay with the child, do not look at your cell phone and walk further away from your child.
  • Use the cross walk to cross the road and do not assume cars will stop if you cross anywhere else.
  • After dropping your child at the class, if you are leaving the parking lot, do not back up, please wait for few minutes and let the incoming cars go first.

We all need to work together to have a safe environment at our school.


Alpharetta Tamil School

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