Best Georgia Presbyterian Private High Schools (2022)

For the 2022 school year, there are 4 presbyterian private high schools serving 1,780 students in Georgia. You can also find more religiously affiliated schools in Georgia.
The best top ranked presbyterian private high schools in Georgia include Westminster Schools of Augusta and First Presbyterian Day School.
The average acceptance rate is 89%, which is higher than the Georgia private high school average acceptance rate of 80%.

Top Ranked Presbyterian Private High Schools in Georgia (2022)

School
Location
Grades
Students
First Presbyterian Day School
First Presbyterian Day School Photo - Second grade students study frogs and toads in our educational gardens.
(Presbyterian)
5671 Calvin Drive
Macon, GA 31210
(478) 477-6505
Grades: PK-12
| 816 students
Westminster Schools of Augusta
Westminster Schools of Augusta Photo - Knox Hall, the newest addition to campus, holds several offices, a commons area, a modern kitchen and cafeteria, study rooms, media center, and foreign language programs.
(Presbyterian)
(16)
3067 Wheeler Road
Augusta, GA 30909
(706) 731-5260
Grades: NS-12
| 539 students
Trinity Christian School
(Presbyterian)
571 E Main St
Statesboro, GA 30461
(912) 489-1375
Grades: PK-12
| 236 students
Veritas Academy
Veritas Academy Photo - What is a Classical school?Classical education is a conscious return to the ancient goal of education: teaching children to think and learn for themselves by imparting to them the tools of learning.
Special Program Emphasis (Presbyterian)
(8)
25 W. Oglethorpe Lane
Savannah, GA 31401
(912) 238-1222
Grades: PK-12
| 184 students

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