In September of 1969, Tattnall Square Academy opened with 98 students reporting for class in a building on Mercer University's campus in Macon, Georgia. The Academy was the long held vision of Tattnall Square Baptist Church, whose mission was to provide a quality source of Christian education to the community. Since its inception the Academy has become one of the region's outstanding college-preparatory institutions. Tattnall moved to a larger campus in 1972 where it would grow, again and again.
Tattnall is fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and the Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS).
Typically, 100 percent of graduates pursue their education beyond the secondary level. We offer 13 AP & Dual Enrollment courses.
Tattnall Square Academy, a non-profit organization, is an independent school located in Macon, Georgia. The Academy is composed of three educational divisions: lower school, middle school, and upper school. Tattnall Square Academy is administered by Dr. Brenda Shuman-Riley, Head of School.
Tattnall's Athletic department offers 20 sports (boys and girls), and fields 40 teams in those sports at the Middle School, junior varsity, and varsity levels. Approximately 75 percent of TSA students in grades 7-12 participate in school-sponsored athletics.
Our School has 80 faculty and staff. The faculty members have an average of 17 years of classroom experience, and 33 percent have attained advanced degrees. The average tenure at Tattnall is 14 years.
Tattnall Square Academy's Fine Arts facility includes Trojan Hall's 512-seat theatre. Students can choose from offerings in chorus, band, drama, visual arts, and a variety of instrumental ensembles.