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Tuition & Financial Aid

Annual Tuition Information

To inquire about specific tuition costs, please submit an inquiry via the contact page or contact Joni Owens, Financial Administrator, at (770) 632-1710.

Download 2023-24 Tuition Form

Tuition Fee


(Middle School)

Tuition Fee


(High School)

Registration Fee


(New Students Only)

Supply/Textbook/Tech Fee


(Per Year)

Senior Year Fee


Collaborative Fee



Siblings Discount


(On next student after first student is paid in full)

Advance Payment


(For payment in full)

Referral Credit


(Credit for referrals who enroll)
  • Athletics
  • Tutoring
  • Early Arrival & After School
  • Licensing Fee
  • Special Events
  • Field Trips
  • Textbook Replacement
  • 3% Card Processing Fee
  • Dual Enrollment
  • Extra Courses

Georgia Special Needs Scholarship Program

This scholarship is available for students in public school who are served under an IEP.

For more information about how to qualify to receive this state scholarship, click here.

Contact Information
Iesha Parks
Special Needs Scholarship Program
Phone: 404-656-4328
Fax: 678-692-0111

Georgia Apogee Scholarship Fund

The Georgia Private School Tax Credit law allows eligible private citizens and corporations to receive tax credits for donations to Student Scholarship Organizations (SSOs), such as Apogee, which in turn awards scholarships to parents and corporations to help cover the cost of a private school education. The state has set aside approximately $50 million in available credits each year distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. These are dollars that you already have to pay in the form of Georgia state income taxes, but the State has given each of us the ability to redirect a portion of the money into a scholarship program. As a result, you receive a tax credit on your state income taxes.

For more information, visit Apogee’s website:

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