3130 Raymond Dr

Atlanta, GA 30340

8:30am - 3:30pm

Monday - Friday


3130 Raymond Dr

Atlanta, GA 30340

8:30am - 3:40pm (M, T, Th, F)

8:30am - 1:30pm (W)


Upcoming Special Events

Calling All Student Actors!  The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time AND The Nightmare Before Christmas plays are coming to Tapestry!

The drama department is holding cast and crew auditions for both The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time  and The Nightmare Before Christmas plays on Monday, August 19th and Tuesday, August 20th from 3:30 pm-5:00 pm in the drama room. Interested students will read selected text from the plays and perform a song of their choice (please come prepared to sing your song). Individual auditions will be roughly 10-15 minutes each.

All high school students are encouraged to audition. Middle school students must request special permission from Mr. Rivers or Ms. Molly Thomas to audition.

Please note: Rehearsals for The Curious Incident will be held every Tuesday-Friday from 3:30 pm-5:00 pm, August 26th-September 20th and September 20th-October 4th from 3:30 pm-7:00 pm. The performance date is October 4th at 7 pm.

For more information, please contact Drama Teacher, Mr. Mannie Rivers at


100 Students to Participate in the High Museum’s Scrollathon Project on August 20th at Tapestry!

The famous artistic duo, the Ladd Brothers, will bring their nationally acclaimed Scrollathon project to Tapestry on Tuesday, August 20th.

Brothers Steven and William Ladd began collaborating as professional artists in 2000. Their work is included in major private and museum collections internationally. Reflecting on the lack of exposure to the arts in their own
childhoods, in 2006 they began the Scrollathon, engaging communities to bring the arts directly to those who might not otherwise have a chance to engage with professional artists.

Scrollathons began with participants learning about how the artists make and use “scrolls”—a tightly wound strip of fabric secured with a pin. With scrolls as the physical catalyst, the program has evolved into a way of engaging participants to think about what they value in life.

Tapestry students will get the unique opportunity to create their own scrolls and participate in a reflective interview about the scroll making process. Their scrolls will then be taken to Dallas where scrolls from around the country will be installed in a collective exhibit.

For more information on the Scrollathon at Tapestry, please contact Art Teacher, Ms. Brenda Figueroa at

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