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Class of 2020!

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Toward the Building of Character

“At GA, we develop confident young women for a life of purpose.”—Molly King, Head of School

Lower School

When your daughter joins our Lower School, she gets the benefit of hundreds of big sisters to look up to and aspire to be.

Middle School

In Middle School, GA girls cultivate meaningful friendships, see their futures as boundless, and are inspired to make a positive impact in the world.

Upper School

In the Upper School, students discover that there’s almost nothing they cannot do. Teachers believe in them, classmates cheer them on, learning and ambition know no bounds.

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Varsity Athletic Teams

Character and sportsmanship are foundational to GA’s powerhouse athletics program.

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Students of Color

GA strives to engage girls from a broad range of backgrounds and one third of students identify as people of color.

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Student-Teacher Ratio

A small-school setting allows our outstanding faculty to give students the commitment and attention they need. A GA education begins and ends with relationships.

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Upper School Courses

GA’s unique Coordination program with Brunswick makes for big-school opportunities within our small-school setting.

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Financial Aid

Families across the economic spectrum benefit from GA’s expansive tuition assistance program.

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Career Placements

Our innovative Career Resource Center connects students and alumnae to jobs and internships—more than 200 in the last year.

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Students Pre-K–12

We are a community, with girls from all divisions leading, learning, and growing with each other.

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Top-Choice College

GA’s attributes dovetail into a single compelling statistic: Almost every member of the class of 2019 is attending one of her top three college preferences.

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 “From a young age, we want GA girls to understand that they can look at any question many different ways. We want them to feel comfortable testing their own ideas and hypotheses as a way of learning.”

SpotlightSTEAM at GA

GA was an early member of Maker Nation, opening the Engineering & Design lab in 2013. Naturally, we were full-STEAM ahead and today “making” is an integral part of our curriculum in all divisions. 

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