Due to the winter storm forecasted for our area on Saturday night and Sunday, Tallulah Falls School will be closed on Monday, Jan. 17.
Any further delays or closures will be communicated as needed.
Each year, Tallulah Falls School awards more than $4 million in need-based financial aid to 70 percent of our student body.
The most recent graduating class earned more than $8.6 million in college scholarships.
Preparing each student to thrive in life by elevating character and intellect in a challenging and diverse college-preparatory environment.
The quality of the college-preparatory program and the academic success of students are priorities that form the foundation for the school.
Each student-athlete experiences the “Team First” concept which positively impacts life skills, relationships and performance.
Students develop a respect for self, others and community.
Music, art and theater programs enhance the school community.
With a 100% college acceptance rate, students at Tallulah Falls School reach educational goals for a successful future.
A focus on combining traditions from across the globe creates a sense of community within many cultures.
Sat Jan 15
JV Indians remain unbeaten in region play
TFS wins 35-27 over George Walton
Fri Jan 14
Precision rifle takes key win over Dawson County
Freshman Kylee Loudermilk leads TFS to victory
Lady Indians rebound with convincing win over George Walton
TFS pulls away in the second half
Hall's last-second shot completes Indians comeback in thrilling win over George Walton
TFS wins intense battle, completes 12-point comeback for win
All News & Events
Wed Dec 01
TFS middle school students deliver generosity to area food bank
Tue Dec 14
TFS cuts ribbon on new school store
Tue Dec 07
TFS names middle school Students of the Month for November
Thu Dec 16
TFS honors outstanding students, faculty, staff