The Gordonstoun School is a private, independent day school located in Atlanta, Georgia, United States.

It was established in 1882; it is the oldest independent school in Atlanta and the oldest independent school west of the Mississippi River.

The Gordonstoun School is one of only six all-male, boarding prep schools in the United States.

Gordonstoun is located in Atlanta’s historic Gordon District, and its campus is nestled along with the neighborhoods of Buckhead and Midtown.

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Also, the school is an innovative, diverse, and international school that offers an academic experience that is rigorous, challenging, and engaging.

The Gordonstoun School offers a wide array of academic, athletic, and performing arts programs, as well as international programs.

In addition to the rigorous academic curriculum, students are exposed to a wide variety of enrichment activities, such as service learning, community service, and arts and crafts.

The school also offers Advanced Placement courses and a wide variety of honors classes and AP courses.

Gordonstoun Award Program

The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award is an international program of service that gives young people opportunities to serve their communities.

Starting in the U.K. in 1951, it has grown to more than 100,000 young people in more than ninety countries.

Hahn is an American who has been working to bring the award program to the U.S. since 1992.

He is a member of the Order of the British Empire, or Officer, in the Royal Victorian Order, and holds the rank of Companion in the New Zealand Order of Merit.

He has held various high-level positions with the U.S. Department of State and was appointed by the governor-general of Canada to be a member of the Order of Canada.

Hahn has spent the last two decades in England and has the unique opportunity to work with people from all over the world to adapt the award program for American youth.

He continues to work with the award program and has published papers on the history of the award program and its expansion to the United States.

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