Elementary and Varsity


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 Independent Christian Athletic Association (GICAA). The purpose of the GICAA is to promote high school and middle school athletics for students in Christian Schools, Independent Schools, and give opportunities for athletic competition to athletes who may receive a nontraditional education. The goal of the GICAA is to create an environment where high school and middle school students can compete at their levels yet still be encouraged to grow in their faith.

Some middle school (MS) sports are played as independent or within a metro–Atlanta middle school league. Killian Hill Christian School has the following sports available for students:


  • Cross Country
  • Girls MS and Varsity Volleyball
  • Boys MS and Varsity Soccer


  • Cheerleading
  • MS and Varsity Boys and Girls Basketball


  • Varsity Boys Baseball
  • Coed Golf
  • Coed Tennis
  • MS and Varsity Girls Soccer

Recent Awards

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

2013–14 State Champions

Varsity Boys Soccer – Runner Up

Varsity Girls Soccer

2014–15 State Champions

MS Boys Soccer

Varsity Boys Soccer

Varsity Girls Basketball

Varsity Girls Soccer

2014-15 NAML League Championship

Middle School Boys Soccer

2016-17 NAML League Championship

Middle School 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)

Nia Jeffries (2016) – Soccer (Brewton-Parker College – NAIA)

Justin Matthews (2016) – Basketball (Bob Jones University – NCCAA Division II)

Kristyn Rygh (2016) – Soccer (Bob Jones University – NCCAA Division II)

Bethany Winston (2016) – Volleyball (Emmanuel College – NCCAA Division II)