Caitlin Tabilog ’18 at Academy at North Fulton

Caitlin Tabilog ’18 at Academy at North Fulton 2020-03-02T09:21:21-05:00


Caitlin Tabilog ’18 at Academy at North Fulton

March 19 – April 24, 2016

Caitlin Tabilog (photo: Quincy Brooks)

Caitlin Tabilog (photo: Quincy Brooks)

Oglethorpe University sophomore Caitlin Tabilog ’18 recently photographed children on site at the Academy at North Fulton (ANF), an integrated therapeutic K-12 school in Atlanta.

ANF is a unique program which uses a therapeutic approach to learning with an emphasis on sensory integration for children who are academically capable but who may be struggling in their current environment. The approach is neurological, experiential, adaptive, therapeutic, and holistic. The school blends traditional learning with today’s technology to keep students engaged, learning and succeeding. The curriculum and daily schedules are adapted to meet the needs of each student. The learning environment is multidimensional to address students’ physical, mental, social and academic needs.

Ms. Tabilog is striking her own impressive balance as a student pursuing an individually planned major (IPM) in graphic design, an athlete with the OU women’s varsity soccer team, and an aspiring professional photographer.




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