Welcome to Galloway
We are thrilled you are exploring The Galloway School, where we are committed to intentionally cultivating a love of learning both inside and beyond the classroom. Galloway is a truly unique school that provides students with an innovative symbiotic learning experience that defies traditional, transactional learning. For over 50 years, we have been committed to providing a rigorous program that fosters creativity, collaboration, and cultural competency.
Elliott Galloway founded Galloway in 1969 with the belief that learning should be a lifelong endeavor. Galloway’s philosophy of engaged and experiential learning encourages students to be ever curious about the world around them and to develop a critical mind. With an environment that both challenges and supports our students, we encourage each student to grow at their own pace while developing a sense of personal agency.
Our faculty members are dedicated to teaching and supporting the whole child and are invested in guiding every step of your student’s Galloway journey. You’ll find our beautiful campus nestled in the middle of Chastain Park, a 268-acre footprint within which our students play, learn, and explore. Furthermore, we see the city of Atlanta as a living lab where collaborations with organizations like the High Museum, the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, and the Chastain Park Conservatory serve as an extension of students’ learning experience.
We invite you to experience Galloway first-hand. Whether it’s taking a campus tour, attending one of our award-winning theatrical productions, cheering on our Scots, or engaging in interactive sessions with our faculty, this is a place where impact is best gauged in action. We look forward to meeting your family and beginning the admissions process with you!
The Admissions Team
The Galloway School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national and ethnic origin, age, disability or any other characteristic protected by law in administration of its employment, enrollment, or educational policies, tuition assistance programs or other administered programs.