Academics
Upper School

College Counseling

Students in Augusta, Georgia need individualized
College Counseling, which is why Augusta Prep has a low counselor-to-student ratio. We get to know your student and guide them through the college search process.

Selecting a college that suits a student’s academic, professional, and personal needs is an important decision. It requires conscientious research, critical thought, and considerable planning, involving both students and parents. There are many options, more than 4,000 actually, and students who are actively engaged in the College Counseling Program at Augusta Prep find the process to be both intriguing and fulfilling. 

Augusta Prep has a 100 percent graduation rate, our students going on to attend some of the most prestigious colleges and universities across the United States. Our acceptance rates to popular in-state schools such as Georgia, Georgia Tech, South Carolina and Clemson are typically much higher than their average acceptance rates.  While there are always moments of stress in applying to college, Augusta Prep students learn to manage the process through research, planning, and personal guidance.  

The College Counseling Office at Augusta Prep gives personal attention to each student navigating this exciting process. It’s one of the hallmarks of an excellent Augusta, Ga. private school – to provide that personal attention that’s required to make the most informed decision possible.  Please explore our College Counseling calendar, twitter feed, and grade level programming to understand more about our engagement with our students, faculty, and college admission offices.

Please know that we are always available in the College Counseling Office to assist you and answer your questions. We encourage you to call, stop by, or email us any time at jonathan.stroud@augustaprep.org
 

Come see how a personal approach to college counseling makes a difference for a well-regarded Augusta private school!

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    Click on our College Profile (above) to learn more about Augusta Prep, the academic courses, arts, athletics and club and organizations we offer, as well as the many myriad colleges our students have been accepted to in recent years.

    For additional information, please reach out to Director of College Counseling Jonathan Stroud.

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  • Photo of Jonathan Stroud

    Jonathan Stroud 

    Director of College Counseling and AP Psychology Teacher
    706-434-2472
  • Photo of Monica Erskine

    Monica Erskine 

    Upper School Operations Assistant
    706-434-2528
FOR COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVES
Welcome! Thank you for your interest in our students, school, and office. We are pleased to welcome college representatives throughout the year. 

The College Counseling Office is located in McCampbell Hall.
-Follow the road into campus staying in the right lane.
-Make a right at the stop sign.
-Park in the visitor parking spaces to your right as you enter the teardrop-shaped driveway.
-McCampbell Hall is on the left (to the right of the Hull Fine Arts Center)
-When you enter McCampbell Hall through the double doors, make a right on the first hall.
-The College Counseling Office is the first office on the left.

Mailing Address:
Augusta Preparatory Day School
Attn: College Counseling Office
285 Flowing Wells Road
Martinez, GA 30907
Fax No: 706.863.6198
Augusta Preparatory Day School is an independent, college preparatory school serving children ages 2 through Grade 12 from the greater Augusta-Aiken area.