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Welcome to George Walton Academy!

We’re thrilled that you’re interested in learning more about the abundant opportunities our school has to offer. You’ll soon discover that ours is a community where students experience a challenging college-preparatory curriculum, outstanding fine arts offerings, and a wide variety of exceptional athletic and co-curricular programs – all within a nurturing environment.

While other schools teach kids how to fit in, GWA teaches your child how to stand out. That's the GWA difference, one that goes well beyond academic rigor and a wide array of enrichment opportunities. Those aspects of an education are indeed important, but they're only the beginning. Ultimately, GWA instills the character, confidence, a depth of knowledge and the skills necessary for students not only to find their passions but to thrive in the pursuit of them.

The best way to learn more about George Walton Academy is to experience it for yourself. Come for a campus visit, speak with one of our student ambassadors or attend an open house event. We look forward to hearing from you and getting to know your family throughout the admissions process. Please feel free to contact me directly via email or by phone at 678-635-3810 to set up your appointment, or complete our online inquiry form. We’re excited to introduce you to our community and hope you’ll discover what makes GWA such a special place.


Cari Bailey
Director of Admissions

Cari Bailey

Director of Admissions


"We joined GWA when our son, Omar was a rising 8th grader. Existing George Walton Academy families had spoken to us about joining the school because of the excellent education their own children were receiving and we believed that Omar would fit into the culture of GWA. Ercell and I believed this was the best educational decision for Omar. Once we did the tour we were immediately in awe of the school’s values. Omar is receiving a great education within small classroom sizes. He gets individualized attention from the teachers and being at GWA has taught Omar to be more independent and in control of his education." Kimberly Daniels

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