The Lower School consists of students in grades K-5. Our students learn with self-confidence and a growing sense of independence.
The Middle School consists of students in grades 6-8. During these formative years, we strive to meet the needs of the students academically, socially, emotionally, spiritually, and physically.
Students in grades 9-12 are offered a comprehensive curricular program with Honors, Dual Enrollment, and Advanced Placement coursework with the goal of equipping students to be faithful participants in God’s redemptive work.
A college-prep school with a calling-prep focus, we expose our students to secondary educational opportunities beginning in ninth grade in effort to broaden their horizons as they seek to understand God’s plan and purpose for their life.
CHS is pleased to announce the naming of Mount Paran's Greg Phillips as varsity girls basketball coach.
Read the March 23 Daily Citizen-News article about CHS's win against Darlington School.
Read the March 14 Daily Citizen-News article about CHS's big win at the Granger Invitational.
CHS is proud to announce the naming of Varsity Boys Basketball Coach Tyler Watkins ('07) as the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) Region 7A Private’s “Coach of the Year”.
CHS is proud to announce the naming of two Lions basketball players to first and second all-region teams in the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) Region 7A Private division for the 2021-2022 season.
Read the February 16 Daily Citizen-News article about CHS's season-opening win.
CHS is pleased to announce the naming of JT Horton as the school’s Director of Facilities and Youth Sports Director.
CHS is pleased to announce Head of School Kent Harrison’s naming as the head varsity baseball coach for the Lions, effective for the 2021-2022 school year.
CHS is pleased to announce the naming of Steven Rogers as Head Coach of the varsity girls softball program.
CHS is pleased to announce the naming of Britt Adams as the school’s Academic Dean.
Minimum community service hours required for graduation
Varsity athletic teams
Students from 6 counties and 4 countries
Average class size