Preparing Tomorrow's Leaders

What is Whole-Child Education?

Whole-child education means helping students grow academically, spiritually, emotionally, and mentally. Small classes led by faculty who are accomplished in their field create an ideal environment for academic growth underpinned by a biblical foundation. FPD faculty inspire students to stretch their abilities, solve unique problems, and grow their God-given talents and interests.

100% of seniors accepted to top colleges and university.
76% of faculty have advanced degrees.
Fully accredited by ACSI, CESA, SAIS, AdvancEd

Rigorous Academic Studies

FPD Students are accepted into some of our nation’s top colleges and universities including Princeton, Duke, MIT, Emory, Georgia Tech, University of North Carolina, University of Georgia, and Wake Forest among hundreds of others.

  • Nearly 80% of FPD seniors score above the national average on each of the three subtests of the SAT.
  • 18 AP Courses offered for earning college credits.
  • FPD students consistently perform among the top 10% of schools nationwide on the Comprehensive Testing Program IV (CTP IV).

Underpinned by a Biblical Worldview

We help students to see that their value is not based on who they are, but whose they are. God created all of us with different talents so we may glorify Him and serve others. A biblical world and life view is based on the framework of Creation-Fall-Grace-Glory.

1. How should it be? (Creation)
2. What is wrong? (Fall)
3. How do we fix it? (Grace)
4. What is the vision for the future? (Glory)

Accreditation

First Presbyterian Day School is fully accredited by:

AdvancED (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools)

The Southern Association of Independent Schools

The Association of Christian Schools International (Exemplary Accreditation)

Council of Educational Standards and Accountability.

Academic Divisions

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