Proud to be a Paladin


Over $15,000,000 in scholarships were awarded to graduating classes.

An additional 93% received funds from the GA HOPE & Zell Miller Scholarship Fund.

GPA Median


Average Test Score Profile

ACT 23-28

SAT 1530-1850 (1090-1275)

Service Profile

100% Participation
With 20+ Hours

A hallmark of an FCS education,
service opportunities enhance and
enrich the academic experience.

Ari Durham

Ari Durham


At Fellowship, we are about encouraging and equipping our students to reach their highest potential for God’s glory. The Fellowship experience offers academically challenging courses, artistic events, intense athletic competition, in the caring and genuine context of community. Our teachers are creative, devoted and have a passion for their course content; our coaches love their sport, yet care for the students more than the programs.

Learning servant leadership is a process, and at FCS we provide numerous opportunities to serve others. Whether through our community service program, where students are given the opportunity to show compassion, offer service and care for others, or on our courts and fields, students learn the valuable lessons garnered in selfless acts of service.

The Renaissance artist, Michelangelo, saw within the large monoliths of Italian marble what few others could view. As he gouged and carved and sanded the marble, over days the figure would emerge. Likewise, God is forging and forming us. God is intentional, purposeful and meaningful as He carves. Vincent Van Gogh famously said,

Christ is more of an artist than the artists — he works

in living spirit and flesh, he makes men instead of statues.”

It is exciting and humbling to think that the Creator of the universe cares for, loves and takes delight in His creatures. In Florence, Italy, the unfinished sculptures by Michelangelo have their own unique beauty as artworks very much in process. Human forms seemed to be emerging from the marble, deep gouges revealed the aspects of the figure. Ephesians 2:10 describes our Creator’s attention and intention:

For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works,

which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them.

The word “workmanship” can also be translated as “poem,” “masterpiece,” or “handiwork.” This is how God views us. Just as a sculptor attentively, carefully and intentionally pursues his vision with the mallet and chisel, God lovingly pursues His purposes in our lives. This truth reminds me of our mission at FCS. We desire that the whole person - intellectual, physical and spiritual - be impacted by faculty and staff; and that the encouraging environment and learning community that we share may be found welcoming to you. Please come visit us and see for yourself why we embrace the Fellowship experience.

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Artisan Track

This track is specifically crafted for creative students who desire to expand their experience through a more demanding curriculum in their chosen pathway: Language Arts, Performing Arts or the Visual Arts.

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High School Events

High School Staff

Assistant Principal


Laura Tribble

Undergraduate Degree: B.S. Nursing, Auburn University

Education Experience: One year at FCS Nine years total

Church Home: Johnson Ferry Baptist Church

Favorite Bible Verse: Trust in the Lord with all your heart and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him and He will make your paths straight. Proverbs 3:5-6

What I enjoy most: I love having relationships with students that are separate from grades, school work, and discipline. I enjoy getting to know each child on a personal level and watching them grow and mature. I am thankful because I have the best job in the world.


Tess Fancher

Undergraduate Degree: BBA in Marketing from Texas A&M University

At FCS Since: 2015

Church Home: North Point Community Church

Favorite Verse: Romans 8:28 And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are called according to his purpose.

Event Coordinator

Justin Smith

Undergraduate Degree: B.S. Sport Management, Kennesaw State University

Educational Experience: Three years at FCS

Church Home: Roswell Community Church

Favorite Bible Verse: Jesus replied, "You do not realize now what I am doing, but later you will understand."

What I Enjoy Most: I most enjoy the opportunity to invest in the next generation. I am who I am today because people invested into me and I want to do the same for others.

Courses: Ambassadors

Administrative Assistant

Bonnie Sellers

Undergraduate Degree: B.S.Mathematical Statistics, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa

Graduate Degree: MAT Mathematics, Kennesaw State University

At FCS Since: 2004; Fifteen years total

Church Home: Woodstock City Church

Favorite Bible Verse: I have no greater joy than to hear that my children are walking in the truth. 3 John 1:4

What I Enjoy Most: I consider it an awesome privilege and responsibility to be a part of the lives of my students as they grow and develop their faith in Jesus Christ.

Director of Missions

Kirk Bullington

Undergraduate Degree: B.M. Music Theory and Composition, Ouschita Baptist University

Graduate Degree: M.Mus. Southwestern Baptist Theological

Education Experience: 12 years at FCS, 15 years total

Church Home: The Mission Family House Church

Favorite Bible Verse: He has showed you, O man, what is good. And what does the LORD require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with you God. Micah 6:8

What I enjoy most: Personal interaction with the students is what I enjoy most about teaching. All of my life, I have been a Minister of Music and Youth at heart, and I enjoy the privilege of serving the Fellowship Christian School family in and out of the classroom.

Courses: Spanish 2, Peer Leadership, World Missions, Music Theory and Composition

Faculty Sponsor: Dominican Republic Mission Trip

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