Last week The Learning Tea was fortunate enough to be apart of Ron Clark Academy’s open house. Students gave personal tours of the academy to visitors telling the history of how the school was formed and how it operates. Ron Clark also allowed us to sit in on his 5th grade math class to fully experience his teaching methods and to be able to see how the children react and learn from him.
The Ron Clark Academy is located in southeast Atlanta and accommodates 5th through 8th grade. Each classroom provides students with technology such as notebook computers, interactive whiteboards, digital cameras, projectors, and audio video equipment. In addition to the technologically-equipped classrooms, the school provides students with accessible amenities such as a recording studio, a darkroom, a two-story vaulted ceiling library, a gymnasium, and a dance studio.
To find out more about the Ron Clark Academy please click here
Glenburn Tea Estate has graciously donated tea to The Learning Tea after hearing about the great work The Learning Tea does in the Darjeeling community. The sales of the donated tea will go directly to funding The Learning Tea’s life scholarship program. Started by a Scottish tea company in 1859, Glenburn has now passed into [...]
Jess Hunt tells the story of The Learning Tea and Katrell’s first trip to India in a new article on Purge.com. To read the article on Purge.com please click here Thank you for all of your support!
Eatdrinkbetter.com recently published an article about Dr. Bombay’s being a great coffee/tea spot because of the atmosphere and delicious brews. The article also goes into detail about another and integral part of Dr. Bombay’s, The Learning Tea. Stop by Dr. Bombay’s to learn more about the Learning Tea while enjoying some of the most delicious [...]
A Southern Living article features Dr. Bombays Underwater Tea Party/ The Learning Tea. The Article describes areas of Atlanta with exceptional Teas. The Learning Tea uses Darjeeling Tea to raise money and awareness for our mission to provide life scholarships to impoverished young women in Darjeeling. Southern Living “Steeped in Tradition”
The Learning Tea was the most recent location in Atlanta to hold art from Free Art Friday. Free Art Friday is an art scavenger hunt that happens on the first Friday of every month. Participants make art and place it around town for others to find and take home. Clues are then released to the [...]
I’m No Saint 80s Night Hosted By English Nick with DJ Alex Mizell Saturday March 5th, 2011 – 8pm til ? $5 Cover Vintage Vinyl and Collectibles Auction The Jahara Phoenix Dance Company DJs Slumberjack and Merlot Hearth Atlanta 317 Nelms Ave Atlanta, GA Parking on Arizona Ave Proceeds to Benefit The Learning Tea
“I am 7 backpacks in Darjeeling India” reads one of the many tea packages at Dr. Bombay’s Underwater Tea Party, a quaint little tea house in Candler Park, Atlanta.
the Chakra Award, which is presented to a Georgia Firm that has made major contributions to trade with India, went to Katrell Christie of The Learning Tea.
By Natalie Grace, eHow Contributing Writer Dr. Bombay’s Underwater Tea Party The owner of Dr. Bombay’s Underwater Tea Party, Katrell Christie, is a lot of things to many people. She is also a retired Atlanta Rollergirl, a humanitarian and a photographer. Her project, the Learning Tea, helps to fund education in a poorly funded government [...]