Established in 1981, the Korean-American School of Atlanta (KASA) has been dedicated to teaching students Korean language, culture and history. KASA has approximately 400 students enrolled with various backgrounds. Our goal is to promote the Korean language and cultural heritage through literature, speaking, reading and writing as well as cultural experience.
KASA offers different levels of classes. The regular course consists of Beginner I, Beginner ll, Intermediate and Advanced for 4 to 16 year-old. The intensive course offers 8 levels from beginner to intermediate for 6 to 16 year-old students. There is a class for adults as well.
Every Satudays, from 9:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Fall Semester: August – December (16 weeks)
Spring Semester: January – May (17 weeks)
Classes are held at Radloff Middle School: 3939 Shackleford Road, Duluth, GA 30096
The registration starts 3 weeks before the end of the each semester or can be done within 2 weeks after the start of a new semester. You can download the application form here, and submit your application through walk-in, fax, or mail. Please submit the application along with the check payable to KASA.
$240 per semester (please add $10 registration fee for new students)
3460 Summit Ridge Pkwy Suite 603, Duluth, GA 30096
Phone: (770) 495-1901 (404) 247 4647 (school cell)
Fax: (770) 495-1910