Galloway 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
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
The school's library maintains more than 20,000 volumes and is fully networked (as are all buildings and levels of the school) and subscribes to 20+ electronic databases for students and faculty.
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.
25 percent students of color
77 students in 2019 graduating class
99 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 77 members of the Class of 2019 move on to the next step in their journey by attending colleges and universities in 23 states and Scotland.
They enrolled in 53 different schools.
More than 115 colleges and universities visit Galloway each year.
Individualized college counseling program with frequent one-on-one meetings begins junior year.
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
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).
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.
36 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