First Presbyterian Day School provides an exceptional Christ-centered, college-preparatory education for students in the Middle Georgia community. That top-quality education entails tuition, the majority of which goes toward hiring the best faculty and staff to teach, engage and inspire our students each and every day.
Tuition should not be the initial determining factor in applying for admission at FPD. An educational experience at First Presbyterian Day School is a wonderful foundation for any student. We strive to work with families to make this opportunity available and accessible.
FPD uses a third party company, FAST, to provide guidance on family need. God has blessed FPD with the ability to provide some financial assistance to those families who seek enrollment but are not able to afford full tuition. Tuition assistance is need-based. A student’s extra-curricular merit is not a factor in the determination process. Need-based assistance is defined as the difference between what it costs to attend FPD and a family’s ability to pay. For more information, see our Tuition Assistance page linked below.
Did you know….?
- 33% of FPD’s students receive some level of need-based financial aid.
- Median student award is 31% of published tuition (Grades 1-12)
- Financial aid decisions are made separately from admissions decisions.
- Factors that impact award decisions: Estimated need as determined by FAST, our third-party financial needs assessment service. The total amount of available financial aid funds. The number of applicants applying for financial aid.
- Factors that DO NOT impact award decisions: Applicant profile (academic, extra-curricular, etc.)