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MPCS Homecoming 2019 has come and gone, and what a fantastic event it was this year, with approximately 300 who participated in the dinner event - more than double from just two years ago! 

Thank you to the many alumni who attended with their families and to the following alumni who helped make this event such a success: Caroline Bradford ’03, Nick Caras ’12, Clint Crowe ‘11 (Elite Event Rental), Hannah Ian ’12, and Scott Varner ’92.


MPCS was delighted to welcome the following alumni back to campus during homecoming week: Brad Banks ‘90, Brittany Holbrook ‘04, Joshua Brownsworth ‘14, Savannah Bloodworth ’16, and Scotty Valiani ‘13. MPCS is appreciative to these alumni for leading morning devotions during homecoming week.


Thank you to the following alumni for leading chapel during homecoming week: Audrey Morgan Cox ‘13, Katie Meriwether ‘09 and Emma Perry ‘18 (pictured with the band), and Allie Shirley ‘10.


The MPCS Alumni Council announces its selection of Annie Downs ‘98 as the 2019 MPCS Alumna of the Year. Annie is a best-selling author, nationally-known speaker, and podcast host based in Nashville, Tenn. Annie says of receiving this recognition, “I am grateful to MPCS for instilling in me a sense of trust in God and myself, an opportunity to lead as student body president, and the honor of learning from my teachers at MPCS.” Congratulations, Annie!


For the first time in Mount Paran Christian School history, there was a strong collaborative effort for the graduation classes to celebrate their class reunion. The Class of 2009 – the first “large” class to graduate – held their reunion at Tin Lizzy’s in Kennesaw on October 12.  Approximately 30 attendees enjoyed private use of the rooftop at Tin Lizzy’s, with classmates reminiscing about their days at MPCS and visiting with some of their former teachers. Special thanks goes out to 2009 class members Wes Watt and Taylor Kinsey, among others, who helped make this event a successful one. Thank you also to Travis Cochran and TCPICS for taking the event photos. Photos are available for purchase by viewing the link below.

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Upcoming Events:

January 17, 2020 - Hoopcoming

March 14, 2020 - Alumni Arts Reception

April 24, 2020 - Family Serve Day

Alumni Dinner at MPCS

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Alumni Children Invited to PreK STEAM Sessions

We invite those alumni in the area to bring their toddlers and preschoolers, ages 2-6, to learn through hands-on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) exploration offered by instructor "Mrs. B." (M.Ed./Georgia-Certified/Gifted-Certified). Children will conduct experiments, explore math concepts, problem-solve construction challenges, and create masterpieces on SMART Tables. Each session, we will be exploring new themed educational projects, so plan to attend one or all sessions!

Please pre-register for sessions, which are free and open to all alumni and the community. 

Class Reunions

We want to help make your reunion an event to remember! We have developed a guidebook to jump-start your planning and to make coordinating more organized and more manageable. Our goal is to help simplify the task of organizing your reunion by giving you helpful hints and ideas. To chair a class reunion and request an MPCS Class Reunion Guidebook, please contact John Braswell, Alumni Relations Manager.

MPCS Class Reunion
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Class of 1989

Discussions are already underway, and we hope to announce shortly who the point person or persons will be for this class’ 30th year reunion.


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Class of 1999

This class will celebrate its 20th year of graduating from the MPCS campus on Allgood Road. Please contact Jennifer Finnell Dorman for more information!


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Class of 2009

It's the 10 year anniversary for this class! Sarah Pulley, Wes Watt, and Taylor Williams are taking the lead in initiating the reunion plans for the class.