At Mount Paran Christian School, we are committed and honored to be a part of the great commission, where Jesus instructs us to go and make disciples. We strive to invest in our students, teach them the truths of God's Word, and equip them to invest in and connect with others. This emphasis happens in and out of the classroom through service opportunities, groups, sports, and in the arts.

A huge advantage of being a PK3-grade 12 school are the countless opportunities for upperclassmen and adults to mentor younger students as mentioned below.



MPCS Student Devotion by R. Richards 10/1/21


Middle School prayer


Discipleship at MPCS

“It was during my MPCS years that I laid a strong foundation in my life as a Christ follower, friend, and life-long student. I remember sitting in my junior Bible class, and my teacher said, ‘There is a difference between knowing about God and knowing God Himself. In this class, you will learn a lot about God, but I want you to remember that the ultimate prize is not merely the information you’ll learn but the relationship you’ll discover.’ I think back to this moment often, and I am so grateful for both the truths I learned about God while at Mount Paran and the relationship I began with Him.”

-E. Sparks '11

High School Retreat at MPCS

"Jesus told His disciples to go and make disciples."

— Matthew 28:19 ​​​

Other Student Devotions

MPCS Student Devotion by P. Armstrong 9/3/21
MPCS Devotion : Q. Moore and E. Hewatt
MPCS Devotion by G. Guillaume
High school bible class

Discipleship Highlights


The high school takes time Labor Day week to go off campus and spend some time focusing on what is most important — our relationship with God. In the fall, the high school staff and students travel to Sharptop Cove, a Young Life retreat facility in the North Georgia Mountains. During this three-day retreat, students strengthen their relationships with each other and have fun, as they pursue God together in a stress-free environment.


The team at RightNow Media offers content you might find helpful during the COVID-19 crisis. Our hope is not in money, health, jobs, or politicians. Our hope is in Jesus. This is a truth that we should always cling to, especially in times of uncertainty. Let’s use time to deepen our faith instead of giving into fear. There are some great family devotionals, including series on the book of Philippians, “Where Does Joy Come From?”.

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