Mission: Changing Lives

  • Partner with local businesses to invest in our permanent location and provide a home for a family in need within the communities that we serve.
  • Develop community driven leaders that understand the importance of giving back.

Funding Gap:

Traditional Public School
$12K Per Student 100%
Georgia Charter School
$8K Per Student 70%

Unlike traditional schools, BIA receives no funding for facilities, leaving the school at a distinct financial disadvantage.


School leadership has chosen to turn this adversity into an opportunity by adopting a signature fundraising program that builds on teaching community outreach to children while incorporating Project-based Learning.

How Homes For Our Home Program Works?

You Give $1

We Give Back

  • 50¢ to acquire and renovate a home for a family in need.
  • 50¢ to fund the acquisition of BIA’s permanent home 
  • Each renovation project is an opportunity to teach grade appropriate skill sets using real life problem-solving. Students and parents will have a positive impact on the local community.
  • BIA families manage the renovation of the homes on a volunteer basis.

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Calendar

February 2019

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
  • Upper School Tour
  • Early Dismissal
8
  • 5th Grade Field Trip - Center for Civil and Human Rights
9
  • Lower School Dance
10
11
  • Board Meeting
12
13
  • 8th Grade Field Trip - Shakespeare Tavern
14
15
16
17
18
  • No School
  • Lottery Application Window
19
  • Lottery Application Window
20
  • Lottery Application Window
  • Book Fair
  • Kakehashi Participant and Parent Meeting
21
  • Lottery Application Window
  • Book Fair
22
  • Lottery Application Window
  • Book Fair
  • Georgia Power 5th Grade Field Trip
  • Finance Committee
23
24
25
  • Lottery Application Window
  • Book Fair
26
  • Lottery Application Window
  • Book Fair
  • Tour Lisa Harlan
27
  • Lottery Application Window
  • Book Fair
28
  • Lottery Application Window
  • BIA Lottery Closes
  • Book Fair

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