High School Highlights
International Senior Trip: Overseas senior trip with an educational and missions focus to places such as the Rome, Greece, Barcelona, and other European countries help to broaden student perspectives and solidify their faith.
Leadership Development: Students have opportunities to participate in student government, peer mentoring, National Honor Society, and more.
KHCS SAT scores exceed county, state, and national averages, and 100 percent of KHCS graduates are accepted into one or more of their college choices.
Students are immersed in a challenging liberal arts curriculum that prepares them course-by-course to be difference-makers in their future lives. Core subjects are English, math, social studies, science, Bible, and foreign language.
In addition to interactive weekly chapels, every subject is taught through the lens of Biblical Truth. A variety of student-led Bible studies supports the commitment to the study of our faith.
There are a broad range of electives offered both in-house and online through the Georgia Virtual School program. Electives offerings include AP and dual enrollment college courses through Truett McConnell University.
KHCS offers students the opportunity to participate in the competitive quiz, debate, and robotics teams.
Competitive sports teams participate in the Georgia Independent Christian Athletic Association (GICAA) and include baseball, basketball, cheerleading, cross-country, golf, soccer, tennis, and volleyball.
Drama, chorus, band, and orchestra are available both as part of the curriculum and as extracurricular activities. KHCS offers private, thirty-minute piano, strings, and flute lessons on campus once a week.
Technology and Media Integration:
Resources include individual student-owned mobile devices, a classroom computer lab, LCD projectors in each class, and interactive whiteboards in each room. The library contains both print and non-print media.
More than 50 honors, AP, and dual enrollment classes are available for qualifying students.
The Learning Discoveries program offers student support for non-traditional learners. There is an additional fee for this support program.
Open Dialogue and Absolutes:
High school students learn in a culture of open dialogue where relevant ideas are discussed, but absolutes are embraced.
Every course, from science to foreign language, is specifically designed to develop critical thinking abilities, discovery and investigation in a collaborative setting and to integrate a faith that is willing to be counter-cultural.
Students in grades 9-12 receive regular homework assignments during the week, and special projects (book reports, theme papers, etc.) are assigned with more advance notification. Homework assignments and grades are available on the internet through ParentsWeb.
Experts in their field, many of the high school teachers possess advanced degrees in their content area.
Every teacher is dedicated to the Christian faith and committed to integrating Biblical Truth into all aspects of school life.
Teachers provide student support during after school help classes.