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Preparation is Key for College Transition

With colleges and universities becoming more and more selective and the application process becoming more and more challenging, the College Counseling Department is vital to FPD students. Mr. Thompson and Mr. Latimer present a summary of the steps, divided by grade, that help students through the college application process.

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FPD Elementary Only Private School in Georgia to Win 2015 National Blue Ribbon Award

Confirms FPD students perform in the top 15% nationally.

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What does it mean to teach from a biblical worldview?

At First Presbyterian Day School, worldview construction is a critical part of our mission. One FPD Core Value is to base all we do on a biblical world and life view. So what is a biblical worldview and what does it mean to base education on one?

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Vikings Will Open School with Renewed Focus

Over the course of the 2015-2016 academic year, parents and students will notice a new campaign within our athletic department called “FPD Right Now.” The focus will be on perseverance and determination, forgetting past mistakes and focusing on how you can improve today. This is the story behind the campaign written by FPD Athletic Director, Greg Moore.

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Our Take: Thoughts From a FPD Alum

We reached out to some of our recent alumni and asked how their time at FPD impacted and enriched their lives. Their answers provide a wonderful snapshot of the influence FPD has on its graduates. Here is the second of these snapshots, from Class of 2014 alumna Katie O’Quinn.

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Why 3K – 3rd at FPD?

A question many parents of 3K through third grade students are faced with is whether a private school education is really necessary for their child at the earliest ages. There are many schooling options available, especially in preschool. Why should parents of 3K through third grade students choose First Presbyterian Day School? First, starting your […]

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Our Take: Thoughts From an Alum

We reached out to some of our recent alumni and asked how their time at FPD impacted and enriched their lives. We also asked them to share any advice they wish to impart on current FPD students. Their answers provide a wonderful snapshot of the influence FPD has on its graduates. Here is the first of these snapshots, from Class of 2013 alumni Grace Young.

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What Does a Graduate of FPD Look Like?

It seems important to answer the question, “If the product of a school is its graduates, can the school define what the school program is designed to produce?”

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