Fine Arts- and STEM-focused Institution Offers Affordable Private Education Option
Killian Hill Christian School (KHCS) will open its doors to the public this Sunday, February 23 at 2pm, highlighting the school”s focus on the Fine Arts and STEM education. Killian Hill regularly sends top-performing student talent to the annual National Association of Christian Schools” Fine Arts Competition, blending these refined skills with a strong focus on STEM education – Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. On average, 32% of KHCS graduates pursue careers in a STEM-related field, surpassing the national average of 29%.
“Students at Killian Hill are competing in Fine Arts at a national level on a routine basis while consistently averaging higher on SAT scores than other local educational institutions,” said Paul Williams, Headmaster, KHCS. “An education focused on STEM and the Arts all taught from a biblical perspective – that is the Killian Hill difference.”
Sunday”s Open House – to be held at 151 Arcado Road in Lilburn – will offer families with students from K4 – 12 the opportunity to hear more about Killian Hill”s educational approach during an Impact Session led by the school”s Headmaster. Visitors will also be able to interact with the teachers driving Killian Hill students to achieve a higher standard of excellence and take customized tours of the facilities based on area of interest. New families will receive a 10% discount for the 2014-15 year and those applying onsite will be entered into an iPad mini drawing to be used by the student in KHCS”s “bring your own device” initiative in the upcoming school year.
97% of KHCS graduates are college-bound attending both private institutions as well as some of Georgia”s best – UGA, Georgia Tech and Georgia State to name a few. Killian Hill will be announcing a STEM summer camp in the coming months. For more information on the school or this Sunday”s open house, visit www.khcs.org or contact the school today at 770.921.3224.