As a member of a Tattnall Square legacy family, we value the continued participation of you and your family in the life of the school. Your multi-generational family connections are an important connection to the past and the present, and we are delighted that you are part of the great Tattnall tradition.
Who are legacy families?
Tattnall recognizes legacy families as prospective students, current students, and alumni whose parents graduated from Tattnall. Hear from two legacy families below…
The Morton Family
TSA has been a part of my life for about 40 years! It’s been an honor to add Alex ’13 and Ashleigh ‘18 into the Tattnall family. Besides an excellent curriculum that prepares them for college, Tattnall remains grounded in Christian faith, training my children to grow with Christ in their hearts and maximizing their God-given abilities. May the tradition continue for 40 more years!
Danny Morton, Class of 1981
The Bridgeman Family
Stepping back onto the campus of my alma mater was a very nostalgic moment for me. It immediately filled me with special memories, but it took more than that to decide it was the perfect fit for my family. My husband didn’t grow up in Macon, so for him private education was unfamiliar territory. After being at TSA for just two short hours during an open house, he was sold. Now after 11 years, it is truly our home away from home. Though many aspects of a Tattnall education have changed since my graduation in 1993, the love and attention from faculty and staff, something I always treasured as a student, still remains strong. We are blessed to call Tattnall our home, and as an added bonus our children have a firm foundation in faith and academics that will undoubtedly carry them into their future.
Michelle Bridgeman, Class of 1993
Your Legacy Story
We want to hear about you and your family’s experiences at Tattnall. Email us here and tell us your story, and please include a current family photo.