Office of the Chancellor

Student Services at Royal Holloway School of the Arts are entrusted to the Office of the Chancellor. The Chancellor will oversee service learning and diversity programs; support the social and emotional wellbeing of students and provide guidance about ethics, values, relationships; and enhancing engagement with the broader school community. The Chancellor supports substance abuse awareness, supporting positive choices and personal responsibility, and work with programs to support the school community.

Student Services at Royal Holloway School of the Arts includes:

  • Food & Nutrition Services

  • School Uniforms

  • Transportation Services

  • Clubs & Organizations

  • Title I Programming

  • Community Service Initiatives

  • Suicide Resources & Prevention

  • Teen Pregnancy Resources & Prevention

  • Partners in Education

  • Community Outreach

Food & Nutrition

Royal Holloway School of the Arts will offer balanced meal options for students and provide meals with fresh, locally grown produce. Meals and snacks at Royal Holloway School of the Arts will comply with the guidelines set by the Georgia Department of Education and the National School Lunch & Breakfast programs. Royal Holloway will source foods locally or from the school garden and partner with the Georgia Farm to School Program.

School Uniforms

Royal Holloway School of the Arts is a uniform school with each student required to wear a uniform daily. Uniforms may be purchased from the school store or ordered online (picked at school).

 

Royal Holloway School of the Arts holds high the standard of professional attire. There are scholarship opportunities for students in low-income households.

State & Local 

Resources

Transportation

Royal Holloway School of the Arts will offer transportation services with stops in Newton, Rockdale, and Walton counties. Transportation services are need-based and prioritized for students in low-income households. 

Professional Arts Organizations

Royal Holloway School of the Arts

Federal law prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color or national origin (Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964); sex (Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 and the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Act of 2006): or disability (Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990) in educational programs or activities receiving federal financial assistance. Royal Holloway School of the Arts does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to Scouts and other designated youth groups.

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