Begin Your FPD Story

FPD students experience an unparalleled, Christ-centered, college-preparatory education in which teachers serve not only as educators but also as Christian mentors. Students grow academically and in their faith so they are educated and equipped to be tomorrow’s Christian leaders.

Apply Online for 3K - 12th Grade Admission

FPD’s online admission process is quick and easy. Begin your child’s FPD journey by applying online.

Apply Online for International Program

FPD offers international education opportunities for students in middle school and high school. FPD has hosted international students from China, Korea, Vietnam, Spain, and Italy.

Our FPD Story

Andy and Lori Mealor

Andy and Lori Mealor have two daughters at FPD and have great insight into the community that makes FPD such a special school and worth the investment for their daughters.

Rolandria Tolbert

Rolandria Tolbert has three students at FPD and has seen the difference it has made in their lives. She has watched her children grow academically, athletically, and spiritually through the mentorship and opportunities at FPD.

Tuition & Tuition Assistance

An FPD education is an investment in your child’s future. It provides an array of opportunities to learn and grow as students prepare for college and beyond. That top-quality education entails tuition, the majority of which goes toward hiring the best faculty and staff to teach, engage, and inspire.

FPD also offers a tuition assistance program to help families bridge the gap between what it costs to attend FPD and what they are able to pay. Through tuition assistance, we strive to work with all families who seek an FPD education for their children.

FPD Admissions Team

Kris Vaughn

Director of Admissions

Tammy Jones

Admissions Coordinator

First Presbyterian Day School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, and athletic and other school-administered programs. Need and merit-based awards are granted based on the criteria for each individual award.