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Let’s meet for an information session and tour to help determine is TCS is the right fit for your family
TCS will review the student’s educational evaluations, transcripts, work samples, etc.
If there appears to be a match for both the family and school, we arrange an interview and school tour with the student
Admissions Team makes an enrollment decision
Application fee of $200 is submitted followed by enrollment contract with $1000 deposit to reserve student admission
Meet the Director of Admissions, Brenda Hall. An alumni parent herself, Brenda brings experience, perspective and passion about The Cottage School to inquiring families. Her one on one interview process and guided tour of campus helps you see all that TCS has to offer. Set up your appointment today and let’s get started.
Every effort is made to assist families who need financial assistance for tuition payments. Funds for tuition assistance are limited and are awarded on the basis of determined financial need.
Financial aid recommendations are made by the Scholarship Committee who uses a third-party source to evaluate and provide the school with a confidential financial needs analysis report. School and Student Services (SSS) provide a framework through which household need can be measured fairly and equitably. Recommendations from SSS are used by the Scholarship Committee in accordance with the school’s policies to determine the award amount.
To be considered for financial aid, families are encourage to apply by February 29, 2024. Consideration for financial assistance is given only after a student is accepted for admission to The Cottage School (school ID 4380).
Approximately 15-20% receive financial assistance from The Cottage School. That percentage does not include families recieving SB-10 Scholarship money from the Georgia Department of Eduction.
The Cottage School and the Georgia Special Needs Scholarship Program The Cottage School accepts students who are eligible for and receive payments from the Georgia Department of Education through the Georgia Special Needs Scholarship Program. This program is also referred to as SB10 (Senate Bill 10).
** Once the check is endorsed, the parent/ guardian will have three options available to them:
For additional information, please visit Georgia Department of Education Special Needs Scholarship Program.
School Loan Programs
Sallie Mae’s K–12 Family Education Loan can help you afford to send your child to a private primary or secondary school. You can borrow a minimum of $1,000 up to the total cost of education.
529 plans aren’t just for college. Find out how to use the funds for your children’s private elementary and high school education. Click here to learn more.