Weekly Word News and Events
MPCS sends our e-newsletter, the "Weekly Word" every Wednesday to all families and subscribers. Please read this primary communication source for school information and upcoming events each week to stay in the know!
Additionally, each division sends a monthly e-newsletter with the latest news and schedule updates specific to those grade-levels. The Head of School Memo is sent bi-monthly and arts, athletics, and Christian life e-newsletters are sent bi/tri-annually. And, be sure to read important email messages coming directly from teachers!
Participate in the first annual MPC Pickleball Tournament on March 2.
Registration is open for Summer Programs to begin planning your 2024 summer of fun!
Mount Paran Christian School senior C. Alexander reached her goal of 1,000 points over her career thus far.
Sydney McCune and Nevan Oswald have been selected as 2024 National Merit Finalists.
MPCS staff members share their cultural heritage during Black History Month.
MPCS families, students, staff, and friends in the community are invited to join us on campus for special guest speaker, Coach Mark Richt.
Get tickets to the 2024 Eighth-Grade Dance.
Congratulations to the MPCS Black History Bowl Champions!
Congratulations to senior S. McCune, who recently won the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Good Citizens Award and Scholarship Contest.
Join us for the 2024 PTF Auction!
Paige and Keith Johnson are awarded the '23-24 Distinguished Honorary Alumnus award.
The energy was up and the school spirit was evident with many alumni and current families present at Hoopcoming 2024.
Two MPCS high school chorus students were selected to participate in the 2024 All-State Chorus.
Sign up for Applerouth's full-length practice exam under test like conditions.
A.DeVaux gets selected for 2024 GMEA All-District Band
Mount Paran Christian School junior J. Fields reached her goal of 1,000 points in a game against Hoover on January 13, 2024.
Students may bring $10 to their homeroom or first-period teacher to dress-down on Thursday, February 15.
PTF presents the annual lower school Father-Daughter Dance, Friday, February 2, 2024.
Parents' night out for lower school students offered by the high school goLead class!
Three MPCS students take first place in app challenge!