Statement of Finances

Philosophy and Goals

In order to set an appropriate financial foundation for the long-term future of Oak Hill, we desire to exhibit prudent stewardship through tuition-based funding of 100% of the school’s operating expenses. Many private schools do not make this commitment, but rather rely on fundraising to pay up to 25% of operating expenses each year.

We believe a full-time headmaster who has a thorough commitment to classical Christian education is essential for Oak Hill’s future. This is our largest expense each year and one of the most important factors in the school’s future success. The headmaster is our representative to the community, as well as the day-to-day hand that guides Oak Hill.

We also desire to hire excellent teachers who are committed to classical Christian education and to pay them well. Our unique condensed day schedule allows our teachers to spend more time with their families and affords parents the ability to take on a greater role in the education of their children. It also reduces tuition cost dramatically (approximately 30%) from the average private Christian school in Gwinnett County.

This philosophy and these goals have helped to shape our tuition and fee structure.


Oak Hill has been incorporated as a non-profit organization in the state of Georgia and has received 501(c)3 tax-exempt status from the IRS. All donations to Oak Hill Classical School are tax-deductible as defined by the IRS. We sponsor a limited number of focused fundraising activities during the school year.

If you are interested in the opportunity to assist financially in Oak Hill’s future, please contact us or learn more on our Giving page.