Tallulah Falls School

Tallulah Falls School

Tallulah Falls School is an Independent, Co-educational Boarding and Day School

Founded in 1909, Tallulah Falls School is an independent, coeducational boarding and day school serving 509 students in grades 5-12. Academics are the primary mission at Tallulah Falls School. The quality of the academic program and the academic success of students are priorities that form the foundation for the School. A dedicated and highly qualified faculty, outstanding facilities, a broad and challenging curriculum, small classes, and eager, motivated students all contribute to the accomplishment of academic goals.

Tallulah Falls School is SAIS and SACS Accredited

Tallulah Falls School is accredited by Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS) and the Southern Association of Colleges & Schools (SACS).

Tallulah Fall Schools’ Memberships

Georgia Independent School Association, Georgia High School Association,  National Association of Independent Schools, National Association of Secondary School Principals, Secondary Schools Admissions Test Board, NAFSA, GAIE.


Tallulah Falls School is situated on a pristine, wooded campus built on the southern slopes of Cherokee Mountain in Northeast Georgia. Only 90 miles from metropolitan Atlanta, Tallulah Falls School’s setting affords its students the best qualities of rural simplicity and urban sophistication. Students find themselves immersed in an atmosphere that not only fosters academic excellence but also encourages an appreciation for nature and the preservation of natural resources.
Tallulah Gorge State Park, with its interpretive education center, hiking trails and scenic vistas is a neighbor of the school in the town of Tallulah Falls. Hiking, camping, cycling, whitewater rafting, horseback riding and snow skiing offer students the opportunity to experience the wonders of nature, while weekend excursions to Atlanta to visit world-class museums or to attend plays or professional sports events provide students with a balanced perspective of their world.


Suggested links:
Tallulah Falls School website
History of Tallulah Falls School