Skip To Main Content

Custom Class: header-utility-outer

Custom Class: header-utility-bar

Custom Class: hp-utility-est

EST. 1976

Custom Class: utility-shield-icon


High School Grades 9-12


College Acceptance

All graduating seniors are accepted to one or more colleges or universities of their choice. While an average of 99.5% of graduates choose to attend college, some pursue military, gap year, or vocational training routes to meet their personal goals. 


AP and Honors

MPCS chooses to offer a full array of up to 23 AP courses because they are universally accepted at all universities for college course credit (depending on exam score), whereas dual enrollment credit transfers are not always guaranteed. Currently, 35 honors courses are offered in all subject areas, providing additional rigor and demonstrating to colleges a student's willingness to be challenged. 

Additionally, 4 PTLW® (Project Lead The Way) engineering tract courses are available. Arts offers a magnet program called the Dozier School of the Arts, providing emphasis in most fine and performing arts concentrations.


UGA and/or Georgia Tech Acceptance

Of students that applied to the University of Georgia and/or Georgia Institute of Technology, more than half gained acceptance through early action or regular decision. Representatives from both of our state's flagship schools have acknowledged that MPCS graduates have challenged themselves with the required rigor to be well-prepared for these elite schools. 


AP Scholars

The College Board's Advanced Placement Program provides motivated and academically-prepared students with the opportunity to take rigorous college-level courses while still in high school and to earn college credit, advanced placement, or both, for successful performance on the AP Exams. Last year, 18% of MPCS students earned "AP Scholar with Distinction" status for scoring at least a 3.5 on all AP exams taken and scores of 3 or higher on five or more exams. 


Qualify for HOPE/Zell

The in-state Hope Grant or Zell Miller Scholarship is awarded to students who've earned a 3.0 or 4.0 or greater. Graduates must choose a Georgia public college or university to take advantage of this tuition credit.



The class of 2024 was offered more than $12,200,000 in scholarship opportunities, an average of $115,000 per student. MPC athletics signs an average of 16% of student-athletes to play in collegiate sports programs.


Highlights in the High School

Explore the various student opportunities that are a part of the MPCS high school experience, as well as clubs and extracurriculars found further below. 

Mapping the College Journey

Guidance and college counselors walk through the college-planning process with each student every step of the way. Starting in eighth grade, counselors begin aligning the academic path with each student's strengths and passions. Each year, goals and college to-do lists are updated through one-on-one meetings with students and parents.


Counseling services


Mount Paran supported a completely unique path of study for me and my interests in the arts, which allowed me to dive into my passions. I’m continually blown away by the intentionality and giving nature of the MPCS community that still goes out of its way to support me as an alum.

H. Meyer

Class of 2016

Extracurriculars and Clubs

In addition to co-curricular arts and 18 different sports in which to participate, high school students are actively involved in many different clubs and service organizations that help develop responsibility, collaboration, and a heart to serve.

I have thoroughly enjoyed every minute here. This has been a dream come true for me. I have never loved going to school this much! Every time I walk in the building, I feel so welcome and loved. I am so thankful for the opportunity to go to Mount Paran.

M. Thrower


College-Prep Curriculum

Our high school provides a wide range of curricular offerings, challenging students to develop analytical abilities and problem-solving skills. With numerous Advanced Placement (AP) course offerings, students are challenged to pursue course content normally reserved for college. Honors and engineering-tract courses provide additional academic challenges for students who wish to delve more deeply into a specific content area. Overall, 25 total course units are required for MPCS graduation.

Portrait of a Graduate

A Mount Paran Christian School graduate...

  • craves deeper faith
  • embraces intellectual curiosity
  • prepares completely
  • refuses to be a bystander
  • lives courageously
  • reaches forward, pressing on toward the goal


explore More


Latest Social Posts