We are Atlanta Girls' School

We prepare girls for college and beyond. We help each girl develop a deeper sense of self, a firm command of her own voice and the understanding that she is able and impelled to influence change in the world. Come join us.

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Now Accepting Applications!

AGS is accepting applications for the 2022-23 school year! Girls entering grades 6 through 12 are welcome to apply.

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Virtual Discover AGS

Wednesday, July 27 – 12:00 p.m. (virtual)

Join us to learn more about what makes Atlanta Girls’ School an exciting place to learn for girls in grades 6–12!

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News & Events

To find out more, visit the news and calendar pages.

AGS Presents Something Rotten
Atlanta Girls’ School presents SOMETHING ROTTEN by John O’Farrell, Karey Kirkpatrick, and Wayne...
Bilile Jean King to Kick Off “Leading Unapologetically” Series
Tennis legend and champion for women’s and LGBTQ equality Billie Jean King will kick off AGS’s 2021-22...
Volleyball Team Faces “Elders” in Heated Match
In one of Atlanta Girls’ School’s most beloved traditions, faculty and staff showed off their finest...

Tailored Tuition at AGS

Tailored Tuition is the tuition affordability model at Atlanta Girls’ School. This model allows AGS to create a culturally and socioeconomically diverse community that fosters inclusion and enriches the educational and social-emotional experience for students and adults. We understand that every family’s financial picture is different. Tailored Tuition uses a family’s unique financial situation and ability to afford AGS to determine an individualized tuition for your daughter(s).

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Why single-gender education?

The advantages are clear. Research shows that girls who attend single-gender schools achieve an edge in the real world. While learning in an environment where they are supported and nurtured by both their teachers and their peers, girls are comfortable asking questions, sharing their ideas freely, and welcoming others to do the same. They discover more about themselves and become confident and comfortable with taking healthy risks as learners and leaders.

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