Our Diversity

Our School Represents The Entire Community We Serve

We are often asked about the diversity within our school community. Believing that a school should represent the entire community that it serves, we have sought from the very inception of our school to develop a diverse community of students, faculty, and staff that transcends racial, gender, religious, and socioeconomic bounds. We are proud to share these numbers with you to help illustrate the unique fabric of our school.

 Ethnicity  Students  Faculty and Staff
 African American  38%  31%
 Asian  7%  7%
 Caucasian  38%  38%
 Latino/Hispanic  3%  17%
 Multi-Racial 15%  7%
 Gender Students  Faculty and Staff
Male  54%  36%
Female  46%  65%

Students come to us from families across the socioeconomic spectrum, with 37% of our students qualified to receive need-based scholarships. We continue to work to build our scholarship funding to support the accessibility of our school.  To learn how you can help, please go to our Scholarship Page.

WHY WAS THE SAE SCHOOL CREATED?

I have no intention of moving my family out of Southern Cobb County. I want for my son what any parent wants for their child - to attend schools that are academically challenging and safe. For our small family of three, we only have one shot at getting this right, and will. I will build it for him here in this community, with your guidance and support.
Jimmy Arispe
Founding SAE School Parent