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.
2021-2022 Annual Tuition
- 3K Pre-Kindergarten (Half Day) – $4,820 per year ($ 401.66 per month for 12 months)
- PK Pre-Kindergarten (Half Day) -$4,820 per year ($ 401.66 per month for 12 months)
- PK Pre-Kindergarten (Full Day) – $7,840 per year ($ 653.33 per month for 12 months)
- Kindergarten (Half Day) – $6,610 per year ($ 550.83 per month for 12 months)
- Kindergarten (Full Day) – $9,520 per year ($ 793.33 per month for 12 months)
- Grades 1-5 – $14,990 per year ($ 1,249.16 per month for 12 months)
- Grades 6-8 – $15,530 per year ($ 1,294.16 per month for 12 months)
- Grades 9-12 – $16,290 per year ($ 1,357.50 per month for 12 months)
Annual technology fee
- 3K, Pre-Kindergarten & Kindergarten – $290 per year ($ 24.17 per month for 12 months)
- Grades 1-4 – $400 per year ($ 33.33 per month for 12 months)
- Grades 5-12 – $500 per year ($ 41.67 per month for 12 months)
New! Christian Ministry Discount Program
First Presbyterian Day School is honored to announce a new program for full-time employees of Christian churches or organizations. We have great respect for those who serve in ministry and empathize with the sacrifices they make to expand and minister to God’s kingdom. We believe that those who serve Christ should always have the option to place their children in a Christian school and therefore are offering a Christian Ministry Discount for anyone who serves full-time at churches and Christian service organizations.
As a way to thank those who serve in ministerial roles in our community, FPD is now offering an automatic 33% discount for full-time employees for our local churches and Christian service organizations. In addition, these employees may also apply for need-based tuition assistance beyond the 33% and will receive priority review.
Contact Kris Vaughn, Director of Admissions, for more information.
Using a 529 Plan
A 529 plan is a tax-advantage savings plan, authorized by the IRS, designed to help pay for education. It’s available to any citizen or taxpayer, and just about anyone can help contribute to the plan, including grandparents, other family members and friends.
A 529 savings plan can help you save more of your education-earmarked money over time. Any earnings grow free from federal tax, and many states offer a state income tax deduction or tax credit for contributions. In the State of Georgia, contributions are deductible up to $8,000 per year per beneficiary for joint filers, and $4,000 per year per beneficiary for all others. Qualified withdrawals are not subject to Georgia income tax. Non-qualified withdrawals may be subject income tax. You should consult a qualified advisor about how withdrawals may affect your circumstances.