Admission Process

Admissions Process

We've designed the admissions process to be as easy and informative as possible. And, we're here to guide you along the way.

Steps to Apply

  1. Come visit us! Contact our Admissions Director, Meredith Thacker, mthacker@sges.org, to schedule a tour.
  2. Complete the application form and return it with the $100.00 application fee.
  3. Schedule an appointment for Pre-K or High School assessment. 
  4. Download our Teacher Recommendation and Authorization to Release Student Records forms and provide these to the current school administration. 
    **Please note: you may save these forms to your computer and email them to the student’s current teacher and administrator. The forms may be submitted back to Meredith Thacker (mthacker@sges.org) from a school-issued teacher/administrator email address. Alternatively, they may be printed and delivered to the school.
*Admission is based on a student’s academic history, personal interview, entrance testing and teacher recommendations.*
 
Once all documents have been received, the Admissions Committee will review the application file and contact you. When acceptance is extended, you will receive an enrollment contract which must be returned with a tuition deposit equal to 10% of tuition and a ONE TIME $300.00 new student fee.

Checklist of Forms

If you’re transferring from another school, most of the time these forms are included with the Authorization to Release Student Records. We’ll let you know if they were not included in your packet so that you can provide them to us. For new students not transferring from another school, be sure to include these forms with your application packet:

  • Eye, Ear and Dental Records (GA Form 3231 available from health department or pediatrician)
  • Current immunization record (GA Form 3300 available from health department or pediatrician)
  • Student’s birth certificate

St. George’s Episcopal School admits students of all ethnic, cultural, racial, religious and socio-economic backgrounds who possess strong character, personal integrity, academic and intellectual promise, a motivation to succeed, and a willingness to participate in the life of the school. Admission is based on a student’s academic history, personal interview, entrance testing and teacher recommendations.