Your Private School in Lilburn, GA
Maintaining A Standard Of Excellence
Killian Hill Christian School is a private school in Lilburn, G.A. and has been a ministry of Killian Hill Baptist Church since 1972. As a Christian private school, we teach grades K-12, and are accredited by the Georgia Association Of Christian Schools. In addition, we are recognized by the Georgia Private School Accrediting Council. 52% of our teachers hold advanced degrees. Here at our private school in Lilburn, the average student/teacher ratio is 16/1 in grades K-8 and 27/1 in the high school. Our teachers have been at KHCS in Lilburn, G.A. on average 14 years and been teaching on average 23 years. Our primary curriculum is published by Bob Jones University Press. This is a Christian curriculum that supports strong thinking and reasoning skills. A Beka Books, ACSI and Merrill publishers are used selectively. We are a private school in Lilburn, Georgia, which is about 25 miles from Atlanta.
Our Mission Statement
Killian Hill Christian School, as a ministry of Killian Hill Baptist Church, exists to assist parents in their God-given responsibility of educating their young people by providing a highly qualified spiritual and academic program, enhanced by balanced fine arts and athletics, while encouraging them to live disciplined Christ-centered lives.
We teach that authority for such an education comes from God’s commands that children be taught to love God and to place Him first in their lives. We believe that parents – particularly fathers – are responsible for the total education and training of their children. Upon their request, the ministry of Killian Hill Baptist Church and Christian School assists in giving this training. (Gal 4:2; Mal 4:6; Deut 6)
Christian Character Training
We teach that the entire process of education is an instrument used by the Holy Spirit to evangelize, to edify and to equip the student to fulfull God’s total purpose for his life, personally and vocationally. (Eph. 6:13; 2 Tim. 3:17)
We teach that Biblically principled education should manifest man’s sin nature and thereby expose the need for self-discipline for the whole man spiritually, mentally, emotionally and physically. (1 Cor. 11:31)
We teach that academic success is a worthy goal, and will be proportionally the result of the practice and application of the preceeding three principles. (1 Cor. 10:31; Eccl 9:10, Phil 3:12-14)
We believe that the academic program can be enhanced by the inclusion of a balanced amount of athletics and fine arts activities. (Phil 4:11-13; Psalms 27:6; 1 Peter 4:11)
Our philosophy necessitates that the first three priorities be maintained in order that the goal of personal and academic success be achievable. To that end, we encourage parents to be fully involved in the education of their children.