Who We Are

Fellowship Christian School is a Christ-centered, college preparatory, independent, non-denominational covenant school that serves students in grades PreK-12. Our vision for students includes the integration of a Biblical worldview into a curriculum where character, values and essential life skills are emphasized and modeled by a professional and dedicated faculty. This Christian philosophy of education is at the core of all areas of study. A rigorous academic program is offered including strong co-curricular offerings with successful athletic and fine arts programs. As a Christ-centered school, students are taught how to integrate Biblical truth and learning into their daily lives to impact the culture for Christ.

Fellowship Christian School nurtures and educates the whole child — heart, mind, body and soul — and provides a balanced, yet challenging college-preparatory curriculum that includes honors and Advanced Placement classes; 53 athletic teams; and an award-winning fine arts program encompassing visual, musical and theatrical skill development.

Encouraging a lifestyle of service is incorporated in elementary, middle and high school. Students have numerous opportunities to serve others in the name of Christ, whether nearby in Roswell and Atlanta or internationally in the Dominican Republic or Zambia.

 

 

 

 

Mission Statement

Partnering to inspire academic curiosity, impeccable character, and Christian leadership grounded in biblical truth.

Vision Statement

Students who live with purpose and lead with intent for God’s glory alone.

Core Values

Biblical Truth

"Biblical truth us our most esteemed and enduring core value because it reveals the person and work of Jesus Christ, culminating in and hinging upon his resurrection, which is the foundation of our faith. Because the Bible is God's infallible Word, its truth is integrated throughout all arenas at
Fellowship Christian School." - Administration

 

Relationship

"Relationship is a catalyst for the transformative power that God displays at Fellowship. When I was a student here, the faculty and staff poured into me and impacted my life in such a meaningful way. Back then I knew it was special and unique, but now, as a staff member, I see all that was behind those personal connections. Fellowship has a culture that values every heart and labors purposefully and intentionally to cultivate meaningful relationships for the good of the students and the glory of God." - Teacher & Coach

Intentionality

"Intentional teaching leaves no part of the education process unaddressed or undervalued. This means the teacher becomes a student of his students, learning the joys, commitments, challenges, and fears of his students in order to bring the most relevant, immersive learning to the table each day. It is about showing one's student that you are willing to be the hardest working person in the room, and this is on display in every element - from the quality of the lesson to the sincerity of the relationships and even to the timeliness of one's feedback. On the whole, an intentional teacher brings quality to the entire process, knowing that a student's level of respect for his teacher has a direct impact on what that student is able to learn and achieve." - Middle School Teacher

Character

"Character to me, is simply knowing what is best and choosing to do so. When nobody is looking and eyes are not on you, what are you going to do? Your character will be tested in hard moments, so you must make your mind up now that you will stand strong and simply do the right thing." - Alumni ('19)

Stewardship

"Stewardship is the careful management of what God has entrusted to our care. At Fellowship, we recognize that we are blessed with opportunities, relationships, and resources - three components of our community requiring stewardship. With gratitude and humility we embrace the responsibility to steward well all that God has given the school." - Board Member

School Verse

“For this reason also, since the day we heard of it, we have not ceased to pray for you and to ask that you may be filled with the knowledge of His will in all spiritual wisdom and understanding, so that you will walk in a manner worthy of the Lord, to please Him in all respects, bearing fruit in every good work and increasing in the knowledge of God; strengthened with all power, according to His glorious might, for the attaining of all steadfastness and patience; joyously giving thanks to the Father, who has qualified us to share in the inheritance of the saints in Light.” Colossians 1:9-12