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She will know her power.

It’s not just a statement, it’s our promise.


At Columbus School for Girls, we believe girls do better in an environment created specifically for them and that they should be free to be who they are—and do what they will—without anyone to stand in their way.

Fiercely committed to the education of girls and young women since 1898

Academics at CSG
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Young children ask hundreds of questions a day.

We welcome every single one.
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Where athletes are scholars and scholars are athletes

Teamwork beyond the field
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Tuition assistance and scholarships

Funding the future
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Three students solve a math problem
Transforming modern education

The Institute for Innovation & Leadership

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Age 3 - Kindergarten

This is where curiosity and creativity converge. In a joyful community of fellow explorers, our PYC students become problem solvers, risk takers, and decision makers.

Lower School

Form I - Form V

Every journey inspires big questions and bolsters resilience. With support from teachers and peers, our Lower School students are empowered to boldly pursue their passions. 


Form VI - Form VIII

Part of cultivating a strong sense of self is having the courage to make mistakes. By taking healthy risks, our Middle School students discover their boundless potential.


Form IX - Form XII

With eyes to the future, our Upper School students embrace their independence and lead by example. All the skills they’ve honed empower them to be lifelong learners. 


  • Director, Center for Girls’ and Young Women’s Leadership
Dr. Emily Krichbaum

I want our students to have the confidence to lead themselves and others. I want them to know, deep down in their bones, who they are and never, ever apologize for it.

  • Form V Student
Khyan Curry '29

Teachers bring you into the conversation. We can have fun but also learn at the same time.

  • CSG Alumna
Krissy Fenner '97

Being a Unicorn means the world to me. CSG gave me the ability to seek truth and the know-how to affect change.

  • Form VII Student
Reese Kessler '27

What I like most about going to an all girls school is that the community is very close, and it is easy to feel like myself.


Our new Institute for Innovation and Leadership is a signature program  designed to provide experiential learning opportunities that will augment and accelerate our core curriculum across the school.

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On October 11, over 400 folding chairs were displayed on the Columbus School for Girls Main Campus as part of a public art installation. 

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Camille Seals was installed at the beginning of the school year as Columbus School for Girls' 14th Head of School.

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Camille Seals was installed at the beginning of the school year as Columbus School for Girls' 14th Head of School.

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CSG by the numbers



100% of graduates are admitted to and enroll in a 4-year degree program.

96% are accepted into one of their top-three schools.



$2.3 Million awarded in tuition assistance for the 2021-2022 school year.

36% of students receive tuition assistance, with the average tuition award being $11,866.



38% of our student body identify as people of color.

Middle and Upper School affinity groups and cultural clubs help students connect.



With a ratio of total student population to faculty at 8:1, this means classes are small and each teacher knows each girl exceptionally well.

78% of faculty hold advanced degrees in their field.


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