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SUMMER CAMP 2020



Join us this summer for Camp Cavalier! Augusta Prep offers eight weeks of camp in June and July in and around our beautiful campus, and you do not have to be an Augusta Prep student to enjoy summer with us. Camp Cavalier is open to all children! There are a smorgasbord of camps for children from age 3 to 18, from art to dance to academics and athletics to STEM and more. 

For more information about our summer camp offerings, please visit our Camp Cavalier Summer page.


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WHAT PARENTS ARE SAYING ABOUT AUGUSTA PREP

With an A+ rating, Augusta Prep is the highest-rated private school in the Augusta area per Niche.com. Here's what parents are saying about their Prep experience: 

"We love Augusta Prep! We’re on year 3 and could not be more pleased. Here are just a handful of reasons we ❤️ AP!

-loving, caring staff
-kids are free to be themselves
-middle schoolers have the same teachers for 2 years in a row
-small class sizes
-college preparatory
-teacher freedom with curriculum
-parent input/involvement

My 4th grader loves Augusta Prep because of the caring staff & the academics that Prep offers.

My 7th grader loves Augusta Prep because it prepares you for high school and college. She said, “At Prep, we get a lot of freedoms and I don’t know if I would get that somewhere else.”
 - Kristen


"The Augusta Prep community has provided our son with a superb school experience! The teachers, coaches and faculty hold students to high academic and moral standards, while caringly supporting their needs and interests. Teachers can regularly be seen going from personal tutoring sessions after school, to the ball fields or fine arts center to cheer on and encourage their students. The athletic staff all work together so student-athletes can play multiple sports, or participate in various activities, in the same season (my son played football, baseball, basketball, soccer and ran cross country this year alone!). Students of all ages are encouraged to mentor and help their peers, and students in other grades as well." - Melissa
 

"Our family spent twelve wonderful years at Augusta Prep and had so many great teachers, I couldn't begin to name them all! If you are looking for a school that balances a caring, nurturing environment with an outstanding academic program, set your GPS for 285 Flowing Wells Road, Augusta, Georgia 30907!" - Jack

"The environment is welcoming and supportive. The teachers care about your children and want to see them succeed. The faculty and administration do an excellent job of supporting your child's interests (academic, theater, computer, athletics etc.) It feels like a family at Augusta Prep and I'm so proud my children attend school there. I also have to mention that the high school Computer Science program is fantastic and focuses on cyber and coding. Students are able to participate in national cyber competitions throughout the year and have the opportunity to tour the new cyber facility in Augusta."

"We drive 35 minutes each way to take our children to Prep, and I would drive farther. Academically, the teachers and staff at school are unmatched. Classes are extremely challenging, but the teachers provide unlimited support and encouragement for the students to succeed. Socially, the students are inclusive, recognizing each other's differences as strengths. I know that sounds cliché, but it's true. Part of that is because students are encouraged to participate in sports, clubs, fine arts - all kinds of activities that educate the whole child. My daughter competes gymnastics and leaves school early. The staff and teachers patched together a specific schedule to accommodate her passion. They continually make themselves available before and after school, during break and lunch and their planning. Additionally, they are her biggest fans. My only regret about Prep is that I didn't find it until my kids were in middle school."




AUGUSTA PREP IMPLEMENTING BULLYING PREVENTION PROGRAM





In an effort to continue to live up to the Augusta Prep mission to be a welcoming community, the school is implementing the Olweus (pronounced Ol-Vay-Us) Bullying Prevention Program over the course of the 2019-20 school year. All faculty and staff members are in the process of undergoing training as part of the program implementation. Many Augusta Prep employees attended an all-day training session during pre-planning in early August.

Olweus is "a research-based bullying prevention and intervention program, which supports whole student success by reducing bullying through systemic change to improve school climate." Later in the school year, staff members will engage with students intentionally through class meetings and advisory meetings in improving their social and emotional skills using Olweus resources that are age-appropriate for each division.

Augusta Prep is the only Augusta-area independent school - and only school in Richmond or Columbia counties - to implement the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program.  Augusta Prep Director of Guidance Lollie Becton (PhD) is a certified Olweus trainer-consultant working with coordinating committees from the Lower, Middle and Upper School.

Earlier this week, two Olweus Bullying Prevention Parent Information sessions were held on campus. If you would like to learn more about the Olweus program, contact Lollie Becton.



WHY AUGUSTA PREP? LET JACK AND ELIZA TELL YOU MORE


Class of 2019 graduates Jack Monnig and Eliza Williams describe the multitude of opportunities they enjoyed at Augusta Prep and how attending the top private school in Augusta has given them an advantage entering college this fall. Jack, a Georgia scholar, is headed to Georgia Tech. Eliza is headed to Wofford College on a full scholarship.

Learn more about how Augusta Prep, the area's top Pre-K2-12 school, can prepare your child for life by clicking here.



HOMECOMING 2019

Homecoming Court

Congratulations to everyone nominated for this year's Homecoming Court. Mia Joseph was voted Homecoming Queen, while Ben Pollard was named Homecoming King. Emma Catherine LeRoy was chosen as Homecoming Princess, while William Helfgott was tabbed Homecoming Prince.





CONGRATULATIONS TO THE AUGUSTA PREP CLASS OF 2019!

Prep graduates

55 graduates. 32 colleges and universities. More than $6.5 million in scholarship offers. 100 percent graduation rate.

Learn more about how your child can best prepare for today, best prepare for college and best prepare for beyond by clicking here.



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