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        • A day school in Chattanooga, Tennessee, for girls grades six through 12

          Where everything begins and ends with what is best for girls

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          Why a Girls' School?


          Dr. Autumn Adkins Graves, Head of School

          Our School at a Glance

          100% of our graduates attend four-year colleges and universities around the country and world
           
          75% of the class of 2019 earned merit, talent, or athletic scholarships totaling more than $10 million
           
          42% of our students receive financial aid
           
          99% of recent graduates report that they are thriving in college

          100%
          of recent graduates see the benefits of their GPS education in their everyday lives

          94% of parents say GPS is thoughtfully designed for girls
          100% of recent graduates say they were appropriately challenged at GPS

          92%


          Nearly 90% of recent graduates say they appreciated/saw the value of their GPS education while in college

          More than 90%

          91%

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          85% of recent graduates matriculated to their first or second choices of colleges and universities
          Statistics sourced from GPS enrollment and student data and "GPS Constituent Surveys," Spring 2016.

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