Atlanta Public Schools’ ranking is on track to climb to the top of the list of most popular public schools in the country.
A survey released Monday by the Atlanta Journal Constitution, which has a national audience, ranked the district at No. 1 in a list of the top public schools.
The survey, conducted by KIPP Atlanta, included information from more than 2,500 public school students across Georgia.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s survey was conducted online and included responses from nearly 2,000 students, which included more than 6,000 Georgia students.
The results were released after a series of meetings and phone calls with the district’s principals, as well as with parents, teachers and administrators.
The school district has seen a resurgence of interest in its schools.
In the past five years, the number of students enrolled at Atlanta Public schools has increased from about 5,000 to about 10,000.
In the same time, the school district’s total number of enrollees dropped from about 18,000 at the start of the school year to 11,500 at the end of the current school year.
In addition, the district has experienced a significant drop in the number and percentage of students who are enrolled in special education.
Atlanta Public Schools is a charter school district that is part of the Atlanta School District.
It serves the more than 3 million students in Fulton County, Atlanta, DeKalb, Gwinnett, Fulton, Fulton County and Gwinnell.
The Atlanta Public School System also includes charter schools in Montgomery County, which also includes Atlanta, Gwachta, and DeKalba Counties.
Last year, the Atlanta Public District began offering a free, online enrollment app for students at the district to use to enroll in public schools and to check their enrollment status.
The app allows students to sign up for a private, on-demand account and then enter their information into a school website.
Students can then sign up to be enrolled at any of the district school buildings.
Georgia Public Schools officials say the district was able to reach this goal because of the collaboration of parents, educators and the Atlanta Police Department.
“This is really a first step to really making the district accessible for parents and students,” said Jennifer McQuaide, Atlanta Public’s vice president of education.
McQuaides said the district had planned to offer the app to students by the end.
But the app is still in beta, so it’s unclear if it will be available to all students this fall.
“The app is currently not fully functional and will require additional testing before it is available to students,” she said.
McBaides said she believes the app will be ready to launch in the fall.