Founded in 1909, Tallulah Falls School is located on the southeast slopes of beautiful Cherokee Mountain in Northeast Georgia. It is an independent, co-educational boarding and day school located in a beautifully wooded setting.

The enrollment capacity is 320 students, grades 6-12. Although academics is the central focus, there is a strong appreciation for the natural beauty of the campus and a keen interest in the preservation of the surrounding natural resources. The school is accredited by Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, as well as Southern Association of Independent Schools.

A broad and challenging curriculum is offered at the school, along with small classes, highly-qualified and dedicated teachers and outstanding facilities.

A strong athletic program also exists at the school, which include baseball, basketball, cheerleading, volleyball and cross country, just to name a few. The athletic mission is to develop great character, competence and competitiveness.