Our Diverse Community
Tallulah Falls School - a place of culture and inclusion
At Tallulah Falls School, students representing different cultures merge to create a singular synergy that is evident in the classroom, the dorm, and throughout the campus. Students learn from and interact with fellow classmates from around the world. This unique aspect of school culture inspires a broader worldview for all students.
TFS has a student body of 500-plus students with many countries and states represented. This leads to a deeper understanding of how other people live and attracts students from different parts of the world to come together in one special place.
Global education is incorporated into everyday life including “International Day,” which gives students from each country represented on campus a moment to shine. Additionally, students experience overnight class trips to Coastal Georgia, Charleston, Florida’s Space Coast, and Chattanooga, Tennessee offering international students opportunities to learn more about the United States. These cultural experiences at Tallulah Falls School help students better understand the world they live in and better prepare them for future leadership.
A middle school student from Georgia is paired with a student from China for a science project. High school students from Spain are in the same club and on the same sports team as high school students from South Carolina. A student from the Bahamas has a chance to spend time with the family of basketball teammates. One school has the power to unite eager learners from all types of backgrounds. Every student at Tallulah Falls School is included and celebrated.
Diversity is welcomed here, and life in the beautiful Northeast Georgia mountains at Tallulah Falls School is the perfect place to experience it.