Application Process

Admission Process

List of 5 items.

  • 1. Schedule a Tour

    Contact the Admission Office to schedule a campus tour.
  • 2. Submit an Application

    (Before you submit an application, please contact Director of Admission Doreen Layug (706-434-2381) or Admission Assistant Phoebe Rice (706-434-2504) to see if there is still room for your student.)

    Submit an application online along with the $75 application fee. Upon completion of the application, you will have access to an online parent portal with a checklist to complete the admission process.
  • 3. Schedule Admission Testing

    Contact the Admission Office to schedule the required admission testing for grades PK-8 and the required school visit for grades 9-12.
  • 4. Admission Interview

    An admission interview may be requested (grades 9-12) but is not required.
  • 5. Spanish Placement Testing

    If your student is entering the Upper School (grades 9-12) and would like to take Spanish 2 or above, please contact the admission office after enrollment to schedule a Spanish placement test.

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  • Admission Timeline

    After the required school visit and receiving all required application materials and testing results, our Admission Committee will review each student’s credentials in relation to the number of available spaces for enrollment. In all cases, the first most critical determinant is the assessed academic fit between a student and the school. The Admission staff will contact parents regarding their student’s admission decision in accordance with the following timeline:

    • October 1 - Applications open for next school year.
    • November 1 - Families of prospective and returning families may submit the Financial Aid for School Tuition (FAST) application.
    • February 15 - Admission Decision; those who applied for financial aid will also be notified of their aid award.
    • March 1 - Accepted applicants who wish to reserve a place in the incoming class must remit the required enrollment deposit and contract.
    • Applicants who apply for admission after February 1 will be considered on a space-available basis and will be notified on a rolling basis, typically beginning in mid-March and then within two weeks of completing the required application materials.
Augusta Preparatory Day School is an independent, college preparatory school serving children ages 2 through Grade 12 from the greater Augusta-Aiken area. Augusta Prep seeks to enroll a group of diverse students. We follow an open admission policy, whereby qualified candidates are admitted without regard to religion, race, nationality, economic background, or ethnic origin.