The best way to learn about Galloway is to come and visit! Admissions hosts a variety of events for families to get to know our community. We look forward to meeting you and hope to see you on campus soon!
The Galloway School is one of the Atlanta area schools using a web-based software application called Ravenna for scheduling admissions events and receiving applications. Ravenna allows you to request more information from the school, register for an event, join our mailing list, submit an application, and track the status of your application - all in one place, all online. Go to https://www.ravenna-hub.com
Campus Tour and Classroom Visit (On Campus)
October through January - Weekday mornings
The best way to experience Galloway is to come on a weekday morning small group tour where you will visit classrooms, meet staff and students, and explore the campus. Tours are limited in size and frequency, so please sign up early. Students applying to grades 6 and higher are welcome to attend with a parent.
Parent to Parent Evening (Family home)
November 9th and November 15th
Parent to Parent Evenings are an informal night at a current family's home. They offer the opportunity to mingle with current parents and learn more about Galloway from their perspective. There will be no formal program, yet you will be able to speak with administrators of all levels. This is an adult only event.
Discover Galloway - Open House (On Campus)
Sunday, December 4
Discover Galloway is our Open House on the afternoon of Sunday, Dec 4. This is a terrific opportunity to visit Galloway and meet the faculty. Teachers and students will conduct different sessions with samples of Galloway’s rich offerings from academics and athletics to the arts and student life. Students entering grades 4 and higher are welcome to attend.
A Night to Inform (On Campus)
January 11 - Middle Learning (Grades 5-8)
January 18 - Upper Learning (Grades 9-12)
January 25 - Early Learning (Grades PS-4)
Our Night to Inform will be filled with specific curriculum information. Teachers, specialists, and staff will present and answer questions about our day to day life at school. Students entering grades 9 and up are welcome to attend with their parents.