A New Chapter Begins: Nia School Officially Opens its Doors in the Atlanta Metro Area

Commissioner Lorraine Cochran-Johnson Graces the Occasion

We are overjoyed to announce that the much-anticipated moment has finally arrived! This fall, Nia School officially opened its doors, marking a significant milestone in the educational landscape of the Atlanta Metro area. It was a monumental day, graced by the presence of Commissioner Lorraine Cochran-Johnson, who honored us by cutting the ribbon, symbolizing the beginning of our journey to foster an enriching learning environment for autistic children.

We were honored to have Commissioner Lorraine Cochran-Johnson join us on this significant day. A staunch advocate for education and community development, Commissioner Cochran-Johnson shares our vision of building an inclusive and nurturing space for autistic children. Her presence at our inauguration not only graced the occasion but also reinforced our dedication to this noble cause.

As we step into this new beginning, we invite parents, educators, and community members to join us in our mission. Together, we can forge a pathway to a brighter future for our children, where they are recognized for their abilities, talents, and potential.

Keep an eye on our website here at niaschool.org to learn more about our programs, our philosophy, and how you can be a part of this transformative journey.



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