The private school in Lilburn held its graduation May 20, 2013.
Killian Hill Christian School ushered graduating seniors into adulthood during its commencement ceremony held May 20. The school posted on its Facebook page: "Congratulations to the 2013 graduating class of Killian Hill! We are so very proud of you and your accomplishments." Monday evening there were 22 graduates, including Paige Williams, the headmaster's daughter. (Parents may upload photos of their graduates to Patch by clicking the camera icon on this page.) Senior Profile Snapshot:* See also: (* SOURCE: Killian Hill Christian School's Facebook page.)
Many also placed second and third at the 36th annual American Association of Christian Schools (AACS) National Competition.
Killian Hill Christian School held its first basketball tournament recently. Here's coverage of the games, which included local Christian schools and homeschool groups.
Korean delegates from the Gyeonggi-do province visited Killian Hill Christian School to discuss a future cultural exchange of teachers. It would be the province's first location for such a program in the United States.
Officials from the most populous province in Korea visited Killian Hill Christian School on Monday, as part of a tour to enhance relationships for cultural exchanges. More than 200 students from the private Lilburn school greeted the foreign officials from the Gyeonggi-do province when they arrived late afternoon. First, there was a special welcoming ceremony, which included singing and gifts for the visitors. Then, officials held meeting for more than hour to discuss working together. Led by Sang Kon Kim, the province's superintendent of education, the delegates visited the school specifically to see if it would be a good fit for its educators to come teach. Kim thinks it would be. He lauded the well-mannered students and the school for …