Junior league basketball provides an opportunity for the 4th–7th grade students to get involved in athletic activities. The format for this program provides an opportunity for both boys and girls (on separate teams) to compete. Games are scheduled for Saturday mornings and the season runs for six weeks. Sixth grade boys and girls are allowed to play on the middle school soccer team.


Killian Hill Christian School is a member of the Georgia Christian Athletic Association (GCAA). The Georgia Christian Athletic Association is the athletic division of the Georgia Association of Christian Schools. It was established in 1972 and operates under the by-laws of GACS. The purpose of GCAA is “to teach Christian athletics and build Christian character through Christ-centered competition and regulate such interscholastic relationships through and by a governing body composed of its own member schools.”

GCAA schools participate in a variety of sports including soccer, volleyball, basketball, baseball, golf and other sports where there is sufficient demand. For competition purposes, most sports are divided into regions to minimize traveling distances to games, playoffs and tournaments. Regional championships are determined leading to state championships through playoffs or tournaments.

Some Jr. High sports are played as independent or within a metro-Atlanta middle school league. Killian has the following sports available for students:

Fall – Coed Golf, Girls’ JV and Varsity Volleyball, Boys’ JV and Varsity Soccer
Winter – Cheerleading, JV and Varsity Boys’ and Girls’ Basketball
Spring – Varsity Boys’ Baseball, Jr. High and Varsity Girls’ Soccer


Killian Hill has won state championships in the following sports during the past two years:

2012–13 State Champions

JV Girls’ Basketball

Varsity Boys’ Soccer

Varsity Girls’ Soccer

2013–14 State Champions

Varsity Boys’ Soccer – Runner Up
Varsity Girls’ Soccer


Cougar athletics have the following athletes playing at the college level:

Kyle Bailey (2011)
Baseball (Anderson University – NCAA Division II)

Clay Watson (2011)
Cross Country (Cedarville University – NAIA)

Alex Atteberry (2012)
Baseball (Oglethorpe University – NCAA III)

Kaitlyn Rygh (2012)
Soccer & Basketball (Maranatha Baptist Bible College – NCCAA Division II)

Paige Williams (2013)
Soccer (Truett McConnell College – NAIA)