Tuition & Fees

At Tallulah Falls School, tuition provides only part of the cost of educating a student. The difference between tuition and total cost is made up through the philanthropic donations of the Lettie Pate Evans Foundation, our endowment, and other annual funds and contributions. Additionally, our need-based financial aid program provides tuition assistance for qualified students.

Tallulah Falls School offers a unique tuition freeze program. While the school's base tuition rate may increase over time, each student's base tuition rate remains fixed and frozen at the point of entry. Additionally, the same base tuition rate is extended to siblings who enroll in the future. However, students who receive financial aid must reapply for assistance annually.

Tuition covers instruction, a laptop, books, laboratory equipment and materials, athletic privileges, most art supplies, music and drama instruction, room & board for boarding students, lunch for day students, and some off-campus activities and trips.

 

2022-23 Tuition Rates

  • Day Student: $13,250
  • US Resident Boarding Student: $38,850
  • International Boarding Student: $50,000

 

2021-22 Tuition Rates

  • Day Student: $12,600
  • US Resident Boarding Student: $37,000
  • International Boarding Student: $50,000

 

PAYMENT OPTIONS:

Domestic Students:

To make a payment please click here.    

  • Full Pay due June 1 with 5% discount
  • Semester pay due June 1 and December 1
  • Monthly payment plan, ACH Only, ($250 fee) up to 10 months (June 1-March 1) dependent on contract completion date

 

International Students:

Full payment due June 1st via Flywire.  

 

Mandatory Fees – 2021-22

Mandatory student activity fee: $125 includes student center games, gym activities, school socials/dances, lake activities, Y camp activities, special food treats and various weekend trips. We are excited to add the Natatorium later in the school year to provide various water activities as well.

Trips - 2021-22  *Some trips may be changed/switched due to scheduling conflicts

5th Grade - $190

First Semester - $150 - Gwinnett Stripers/Georgia Aquarium/Area Lunch/Atlanta Zoo/Mary Mac's – Due September 1
Second Semester - $40 - Puppetry Arts/Varsity/Local Farm Activity – Due March 1

6th Grade - $300
First Semester - $130 - Local Farm Activity/Mercedes Benz Stadium STEM Activity/Lunch/Cherokee Adventure - Due September 1
Second Semester - $170 - Titanic Museum/Dinner Theater/Rubies/Rainbows/Ramblings/Roosters - Due March 1

7th Grade - $600
First Semester - $550 - Chattanooga Trip (Tennessee Aquarium/IMAX MoonPied/Rock City/Ruby Falls/Duck Boat Tour/Challenger Center/Alliance Theater Production/Lunch - Due November 1
Second Semester - $50 - Medieval Times Dinner Show - Due February 1

8th Grade  - $730

First Semester - Woodlands Camp Day - $40 - Due September 1
Second Semester - Georgia Coast Trip (St. Simons/Jekyll Island/Savannah/Brunswick) - $690 -  Due April 1

9th Grade - $690
Second Semester - Kennedy Space Center/Marineland/St. Augustine Trip - Due May 1

10th Grade - $150
First Semester - Nantahala Outdoor Center Trip - Due August 1

11th Grade - $680
First Semester - Charleston Trip - Due September 1

12th Grade - $280

First Semester - Woodlands Camp Overnight/Highlands Aerial Park - Due August 1

Other Fees:

  • Day student shuttle - $800|$400 [in full/by semester, by request]
  • Boarding student shuttle to Indian Trail - $90 round-trip, $45 one-way
  • Boarding student shuttle to the Atlanta airport - $150 round-trip, $75 one-way
  • Yearbook - $45