Killian Hill Christian School has a focus of educating with purpose: we want to train scholars, make disciples and graduate leaders. KHCS focuses on providing an opportunity for average to gifted students (including those with specific learning disabilities) to engage in a rigorous, rich and diverse academic curriculum presented by highly qualified, caring, Christian instructors. We intentionally design our program to prepare students for admission to a college or university that matches their interests and abilities. We, at KHCS, believe that each of our students should possess a strong biblical worldview, have a wide range of opportunities to explore the fine arts, engage in athletic competition and participate in academic and extracurricular activities that meet our goal of training scholars, making disciples and graduating leaders. We seek to employ individuals that are on board with our mission and vision.
- All applicants must be Bible believing Christians, professing and modeling a vibrant spiritual walk with the Lord.
- Faculty applicants must be degreed in the field in which they they are applying.
- A valid teaching certificate is preferred or the applicant must be willing to meet the teacher certification requirements as outlined by our association membership and accrediting organizations.
- Preference is given to candidates with experience and advanced degrees.
Killian Hill Christian School accepts applications year round for all teacher, instructional aide, extracurricular coaches and substitute teacher positions. Listed on this page are the immediate openings we are offering. Salaries are adjusted commensurate with experience. Killian Hill Christian School offers a complete benefits package, including health insurance, dental insurance, disability and a 403(b) plan.
Completed applications and resumes must be sent to Suzanne Johns at email@example.com, fax 770-921-9395, or mailed to Killian Hill Christian School, 151 Arcado Rd SW, Lilburn, GA 30047. Please contact us at 770-921-3224 for more information.