Portrait Of A Paladin

Drew Cutchins and Julia Young have advanced to the Governor’s Honors Program State level semi-finalists interviews at Berry College, Rome, Georgia.

Proud to be a Paladin


Over $11,000,000 in scholarships were awarded to graduating classes.

An additional 92% received funds from the GA HOPE Scholarship Fund.

Average GPA Profile


Average Test Score Profile

ACT 24-27

SAT 1540-1860

Service Profile

100% Participation

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

GO Service

Encouraging a Lifestyle

At Fellowship Christian School we are compelled to serve our surrounding community. Jesus calls us to live our lives in a way worthy of him. One way to exhibit this glad obedience is through service. Service for a Christian school can exist within the classroom, on the court or in our community. The community service program at FCS is called the GO Program. It is hoped that through the encouragement, expectations and experiences of service during their years of schooling will foster both a duty and delight in serving others.

GO hours are a mandatory requirement for high school students. Learn more about GO below or logon to your RenWeb account.

The GO Cycle

Track Service Hours


GO Information

Community Partners

Community Partners and Service Opportunities

Click the name of a community partner for an explanation of that service opportunity.

Recurring Service Opportunities

One Day Service Opportunities
Atlanta Mission: Thrift Store Assistance
Go Green: On-site Recycling Program
The Hope Center
Roswell Nursing Home
Hope Roswell: Foster Care Center
World Relief Blanket Drive (January)
Hope Roswell Valentine's Day Party (February)
Feel Beautiful Today (February)
Wiphan (March)
Habitat for Humanity (March)
Not for Sale (April)
Dominican Republic Mission Trip (March)
Resources for Dominican Mission (March)
Roswell Day of Hope (May)

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