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.

Athletic Director
David Lowery


David Lowery, Athletic Director

Years in education/coaching: Seven years and second year at Fellowship entering 2017-18 season.

Alma Mater: Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing (BBA) from Kennesaw State University. Master of Business Administration in Management (MBA).

Family: Married to Kathy Lowery

Career awards, accomplishments and highlights: Prior to joining FCS, Lowery directed the marketing and communications department at Mount Paran Christian School, beginning in 2010. He also served as the special teams coordinator and as an assistant coach for the Eagles’ varsity football team. Prior to joining Mount Paran, Lowery worked in leadership positions with BlueLinx Corporation (2004-2009), Georgia Pacific (1997-2004), and The Kroger Company (1989-1997).

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Associate Athletic Director
Jake Robertson


Jake Robertson, Associate Athletic Director

Years in teaching coaching: Three years, first at Fellowship

Alma Mater: Bachelor of Arts in Educational Service, Birmingham Southern College, 2013. Working towards Masters of Arts in Teaching (Special Education), Kennesaw State
Family: Engaged to Alexandra Adams

Career awards, accomplishments and highlights: Spent three years as graduate assistant coach in college. Named to All conference Defensive Team at Birmingham Southern in 2011 and 2012. Played on BSC's Conference Championship team in 2012. Was part of Reinhardt University's All Conference coaching staff in 2013.

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Assistant Athletic Director
Andy Trevers


Andy Trevers, Assistant Athletic Director

Years in Education: Completed third year in education, second at FCS in 2016-17.

Alma Mater:Associates degree equivalent in Europe.

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Favorite Bible Verse:Psalm 37:4

Church Attended:North Point Community Church

Awards, Accomplishments:Helped girls varsity team capture GHSA Class A Championship in May 2016 as assistant coach. Became boys varsity coach prior to 2017 season.

Coaching Philosophy The opportunity to pour Jesus into our kids is a gift and blessing I do not deserve, but I am grateful for it.

Middle School Athletic Director
Brad Welty


Brad Welty, Middle School Athletic Director
Coaching Experience:22 years in education and coaching, 11 years at FCS.
Alma Mater and Degree:Bachelor of Science in Physical Education and minor in Bible, Lee University, 1995.
Career Awards, Accomplishments:Named assistant athletic director, middle school, at FCS in 2014. Has earned more than 390 wins in 22 years as a head coach at the middle and high school levels. Coached teams to four middle school league championships, two varsity region championships and two Elite 8 appearances. Named Region 1AAA coach of the year in 2003.
Other Career Information:Served as assistant athletic director at Mount Paran Christian School from 1999-2001, athletic director at Eastside Christian School from 2003-06 and assistant athletic director at FCS from 2006-11. Served as varsity boys coach at Mount Paran Christian School, varsity girls coach at North Cobb Christian, middle school boys and girls basketball coach at Eastside, and middle school boys and girls coach at FCS. Coached varsity tennis and middle school soccer during career.
Coaching Philosophy: I hope to teach my teams more than just basketball. My hope is to teach them how to compete in a Christ-like manner in basketball and life. We will be fiercely competitive, but will do so with humility, sportsmanship, selflessness and high character. I want our teams to fight so hard that every time a team plays us they will know they will not only have to earn everything they get, but will understand we play with integrity and honor. I hope my teams learn to do their best in all things, and to put the team ahead of themselves. My goal is to make them the best basketball players and young men that they can be, and I want them to learn life lessons through our time together that can help prepare them for their life in the future.
Life Verse:Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight. Proverbs 3:5-6
Church Home:First Baptist of Woodstock
Family:Married to Karen Welty with two children: a daughter Caitlin and a son Jacob
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