Community at Princeton

Princeton Preparatory Schools, above all, is about creating a strong and engaged community of belonging. We work to ensure that students, parents and families feel very much a part of life at our school. We do this by coordinating events throughout the year that bring us all together.
  • Our fun social events are always highly anticipated and help to nurture and deepen relationships between families, teachers, and staff
  • Our families also enjoy seasonal events like our fall festival, Thanksgiving potluck, spring picnic, and family movie nights, among many others…
  • We also make time for adults to connect throughout the year with special events like art shows, get together nights, and coffee mornings.
  • Princeton Preparatory Schools is committed to embracing learning as an ongoing and lifelong practice. We encourage parents and families to embrace this mindset too, and support them in that journey by organizing teaching and learning based events and activities. These include guest speakers, workshops and curriculum sharing sessions which nurture shared values and help us all to grow and evolve.
  • Parent teacher communication is a priority for us here at Princeton Preparatory Schools. We regard parents as partners in their child’s education who ought to be connected to what’s happening at all times. We make every effort to include them by practicing regular one-on-one communication, monthly newsletters, classroom reports, social media updates, and knowledge sharing nights.
Volunteer Opportunities

Every year our parents participate in our co-op by volunteering for a minimum of 10 hours per semester. 

The significance of parents volunteering with their children is incredible. From spending time together to enjoying giving back together, parents and children can join together for volunteerism that is fun, validating and long lasting.

  • Mainteinance

  • Photographer

  • Family Events

  • Gardening Coordinator

  • Farmers Market Chaperone

  • Elementary Retreat Logistics Coordinator

Georgia Tax Credit Scholarship

In 2008, the Georgia General Assembly passed the original legislation creating the Georgia Qualified Education Expense (QEE) Tax Credit Program. Under this program, individuals and corporations can make tax-credit donations to authorized non-profit organizations which can then fund scholarships at private schools in Georgia.

 

If you or your company pay any Georgia State Income Tax and would like to have control over how part of this money is used, then the Georgia Student Scholarship Organization (SSO), Inc. – better known as GaSSO – can help you direct some or all of your tax dollars to Princeton Preparatory Schools for use as scholarships for children 4 years and older.

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