In 2022, the Utopian Academy for the Arts is planning to expand its network to serve high school students. The demand for the expansion of the Utopian Academy model in Clayton County has been consistent since the opening of the middle school program in 2014. Parents of elementary, middle, and high school-aged children have continued to request a K-12 pipeline in which students could have access to the Utopian model high school graduation.
Utopian Academy for the Arts High School will open as the first charter high school in Georgia to support students with attaining principles and practices of film and television media through partnerships with post-secondary institutions and employment opportunities with industry-leading entertainment partners. As a “one-of-a-kind” educational model, it is the vision of Utopian Academy for the Arts’ founder Dr. Artesius Miller, the Governance Board of Utopian Academy for the Arts, and the school community to extend enrollment opportunities to as many students as possible, regardless of their physical addresses in Clayton County.