Thank you for supporting our school!
The Georgetown School of Arts and Sciences PTO is pleased to announce our 1st annual fundraising golf tournament to support the TGS Scholarship Fund!
Approximately 70% of students at The Georgetown School receive financial assistance towards tuition through our scholarship program. This past year, that amount totaled over $135,000. It is through fundraising efforts that The Georgetown School is able to offer this assistance to our students.
So, spring is on the way! It's time to pull out the clubs, dust them off and let's all get ready for a "funtastic" event that will include:
So come one and come all and we look forward to seeing you there!
(Currently tickets are available only to our corporate sponsors. Ticket sales will open to the general public in March.)
***A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO THE FOLKS AT LOUDMOUTH.COM WHO ARE GENEROUSLY PROVIDING OUR TOURNAMENT PARTICIPANTS WITH A 20% DISCOUNT CODE FOR GOLF ATTIRE ON THEIR WEBSITE!
(Rain date: May 1st, 2021)
Sponsorships are a great way to support non-profits doing good work just like The Georgetown Shool of Arts and Sciences.
This year, The TGS Crazy Legs Charity Golf Tournament is excited to announce that we have 20 corporate sponsorship slots available for our generous donors.
These sponsorships include tickets to the tournament as well as lots of other goodies! Click on the link below to learn more about supporting this event!
We are a community-oriented college preparatory school for grades 5-12 located in the Winyah Auditorium Building. Our students come from all walks of life but share the desire for an excellent education that will prepare them for success at college and beyond. Over half of our students qualify for financial aid. Last year, we were able to provide $135,000 to support them. We are fully accredited and are a 501(c)3.
Our student body is limited to ten students per grade and is taught by a staff of educators who all have advanced degrees in their fields. Most high school classes are taught by faculty with doctorates. 100% of our graduates go on to college and the majority have received substantial scholarships.
In order to continue our work we depend on your generous support. With your help, we hope that the TGS Crazy Legs Charity Golf Tournament will be an event that the Georgetown community looks forward to for years to come.
Dr. Gary F. Gates, Head of School