Day schools are educational institutions where students are given instruction during the day, and return home to live. Students do not live on campus, like students in boarding schools. Most offer a full-day of learning as opposed to after-school programs. There are fees and charges for students who attend.
Atlanta International School, Atlanta, Pk-12
Camp Jewell House Academy, Decatur, Pk-12
Children's School, Atlanta, Pk-8
Cliff Valley School, Atlanta, PK-8
Friends School of Atlanta, Atlanta PK-8
Galloway School, Atlanta PK-12
Lovett School, Atlanta, PK-12
Marist School, Atlanta, 5-12
Mount Vernon School, Sandy Springs PK-12
St. Martin's School, Atlanta PK-8
Charter schools are schools that receive government funding but operate independently of the established state school system in which it is located. There are no fees and charges for students who attend.
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Boarding schools provide education for students who live on campus, different from a day school. They are different in curriculum, locations student bodies and more. Growing in appeal to all families boarding schools usually host students during the length of the school academic year. Many also offer admission to day students in their city or town.
**Cardigan Mountain School, NH, Grades 5-8 (S/B)
**Dana Hall School, MA, Grades 5-12 (S/G)
**Episcopal High School, DC, Grades9-12
**Fay School, MA, Grades 5-12
**Governor's Academy, MA, Grades 9-12
**Idyllwild Arts, CA, Grades 9-12/PG
**Madeira School, VA , Grades 9-12 (S/G)
**Milton Academy, MA, Grades 7-12
**Oregon Episcopal School, OR, Grades 9-PG
**St. Andrew's-Sewanee School, TN, Grades 5-12
**Taft School, CT, Grades 9-12
**Thacher School, CA, Grades 9-12
**Westover School, CT, Grades 9-12 (S/G)
**Westtown School, PA, Grades 7-12
/PG Post Graduate
*(S/B) - Single Sex, Boys
*(S/G) - Single Sex, Girls
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