Augusta Preparatory Day School is a diverse, non-sectarian independent school focused on preparing students for excellence in all ways from as young as 3 years old in Preschool to the 12th grade. The college preparatory school, located on a 55-acre campus in Martinez, Georgia, is in its 54th year and offers a tradition of providing strong academics through small class sizes with expert teachers, exemplary arts and athletics programs, and a character-driven atmosphere featuring an honor code and community outreach efforts. The campus has a Lower School, Middle School, and Upper School, with an enrollment of approximately 570 students and a 100 percent college acceptance rate. Augusta Prep has achieved the high designation of a Cum Laude Society chapter honoring the scholastic achievement of students as well as being one of only 49 schools in the country and the only school in Georgia to be named a Malone Scholars school, a program that awarded Augusta Prep a $2 million grant that perpetually supports top-level students to receive scholarships.
Augusta Preparatory Day School will develop the intellect, talents, and character of each student in a diverse, college-preparatory, non-sectarian, and welcoming community of lifelong learners. We are committed to educating well-rounded, engaged students who embrace personal responsibility, global perspective, and service to others.
For more than 50 years, Augusta Prep has educated students from the age of 3 to Grade 12. Our culture is one that you will not find anywhere else, one that teaches students how to think, not what to think and to be, rather than to seem. Our community thrives in preparing our students for an ever-changing world by teaching the skills necessary to be an adaptable, passionate, resilient learner. We invite you to explore our website but what you will not find on our website is the culture and environment of Augusta Prep. For this, we invite you to come to campus to see for yourself the passion of our teachers, the care that they take with our students, and the love of learning by our students. We look forward to seeing you on campus soon.
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Student Teacher Ratio
10 : 1
42% Male / 58% Female
Percentage of Student Body
Black or African American
American Indian or Alaska Native
Associations & Memberships
State or regional independent school association
National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS)
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