Galloway at a Glance


  • 750 students
  • 25 percent students of color
  • 71 students in 2020 graduating class


  • 102 faculty members
  • Average of 14 years of teaching experience
  • 6 hold doctoral degrees; 60 master's degrees
  • Student/teacher ratio is 8:1; average class size: 15


  • 16 A.P. courses: art, biology, calculus AB and BC, chemistry, comparative government, computer science, English language, English literature, environmental science, French, Latin (Virgil), music theory, physics C (two subject areas), Spanish, statistics, U.S. government & politics, and U.S. History
  • Students take at least six courses per term
  • World languages: Students age three through fourth grade take Spanish. Beginning in fifth grade, students may choose Spanish or French, and in seventh grade, they may choose Latin as well.
  • Service learning is integrated into the curriculum at every level.
  • Written evaluations are sent to parents four times each year.


  • The 71 members of the Class of 2020 will continue their education at 52 different colleges and universities, located in 21 states, the District of Columbia, Canada, and Scotland
  • More than 130 colleges and universities visit Galloway each year.
  • Individualized college counseling program with frequent one-on-one meetings begins junior year.

Tuition (2020-2021)

  • Pre-K (3- and 4-year-olds): $16,999
  • Early Learning Kindergarten to Grade 4: $24,875
  • Middle Learning Grades 5-8: $27,275
  • Upper Learning Grades 9-12: $29,075

Financial Aid

  • Need-based financial aid offered through the School and Students Service for Financial Aid (SSS), which is conducted under the auspices of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS).
  • Approximately 15% of our students receive aid. Affordability information is available in the admissions section of our site.


  • A wide array of arts courses are offered, including visual arts; band, strings, and choral classes; drama, technical theatre, and Theatre Company; dance and Dance Ensemble; photography; and media arts courses such as animation, music production, digital film, and computer graphics.
  • Early Learning students work with music, dance and visual art specialists each week.
  • Starting in second grade, students perform in choral concerts each year.
  • Each year, the theatre department produces five plays with Middle and Upper Learning students.
  • Upper Learning arts students participate in statewide activities such as ThesCon (theatre conference), KSU's High School Dance Festival and All-State Chorus.


  • 40 competitive teams in 10 different sports, including baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, track and field, and volleyball
  • 80 percent of students play at least one sport
  • Open participation policy for all students in seventh through 12th grades
  • 12-acre athletics complex for soccer and track and field opened in spring of 2007
  • Eight-acre athletics facility for softball and baseball purchased in 2016


  • Galloway's 8.2-acre campus is located in beautiful Chastain Park in Buckhead.
  • Five main buildings: the Richard C. Gresham Building, built in 1911; the W. King Sims Early Learning Center, built in 1988; the Carolyn and Ross Arnold Classroom Building and the gymnasium, built in 1996; and the Chaddick Center for the Arts, built in 2003
  • The Richard C. Gresham Building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2014. A walking tour exploring the fascinating history of the building from its foundation as an almshouse to its development as a school is available on-site.