Pillars of Character

The pillars of respect, responsibility, honesty, and kindness are interwoven throughout the school day at Augusta Prep.  Each classroom prominently displays these pillars, and students and teachers alike strive to abide by these ideals everyday. 
Students in grades one through four are sorted into “houses” named after our four pillars of character. The house system is an idea adopted from the Ron Clark Academy to give students the opportunity to connect with others in the Lower School that they may not normally have a chance to interact with. This program strengthens the family-like culture at our school. Students are assigned to Lower School teachers and staff who act as their "house leaders.”  Students earn “house points” for displaying behavior that supports our four pillars of character.
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.