Mount Pisgah Christian School varsity football ranks in the top ten based on a consensus of six polls - the Atlanta Journal Constitution, the Georgia Sports Writers' Association, Georgia Public Broadcasting, Score Atlanta, Maxwell Ratings and MaxPreps. Congratulations to the Pisgah Patriots on your outstanding season!
Experience Pisgah! We offer several opportunities for families to meet our exceptional faculty and current students, as well as our parent community and administrators. We invite you to schedule a tour and please make plans to join us for our annual Open House, Saturday, January 24 beginning at 11:00 am. Following an informational program, you'll be escorted by one of our student ambassadors on a tour of our school, including visits to the classrooms to mee...
Middle School students decided to mix things up at lunch! It was a great strategy to help students meet someone new, share lunch with someone they didn't normally spend time with and make a new friend or two. Elves (student council & peer mediators) greeted students who were given a candy cane and a card with a table number. Each card had a conversation-starter question to help kick off the "getting to know you" fun.
Pisgah teachers Cera Marsh, Wilson York, Heather Parker, and Dean of Middle School BJ Crane are four of the 3,800 participants at the 27th annual People of Color Conference in Indianapolis. Pisgah makes continuous efforts to foster understanding and acceptance of all people - for example, TAP (Teens Against Prejudice) is a newly formed group led by Cera Marsh, Susan Reilly, and Wilson York.
"Curling up with a good book isn't always a solitary activity in the lower grades of Mount Pisgah Christian School. A significant part of the literacy program at the Alpharetta academy gives young readers time to sit beside a classmate in the "elbow-to-elbow-knee-to-knee" position kids have come to call EEKK.
"They love it," said Deb Knoblock, the interim head of the lower school division that includes kindergarten through fifth grades.
Jr Patriots Capture Championship!
Congratulations to the first and second grade team! These dedicated Junior Patriots fought hard to put the finishing touch on a great season by winning the championship! Thank you to the coaches, parents, cheerleaders, volunteers and fans who support our Junior Patriot programs - you are an important part of all of the teams' successes. Way to go!
Congratulations to Pisgah Cross Country team members on a successful day at the GHSA Championships! The women were seeded number 12 entering the meet but had an impressive eighth place finish. Sophomore Pierce Erhardt had a strong showing, ...finishing 17 out of 115 in the Men's 5,000 meter run. In the women's 5,000 meter run, Pisgah's top three finishers were senior Mattie Millikan and freshman Sam Posey at 31 and 32, and junior Elizabeth Dworkin at 45, out of a ...
Pisgah Robotics Welcomes New Corporate Sponsor
Congratulations to Pisgah Robotics Team 4749 on gaining their first corporate sponsor of this school year - GE! After the presentation, the team answered questions from the four-member GE panel toured GE's Monitoring Room. Thank you again GE! Thank you 4749 members and your hardworking supporters including Derek Otieno and Mimi Doss who helped team members prepare for the presentation.
"The 4th and 5th graders' performance can be summed up in one word – WOW!!" said Head of Lower School Deb Knoblock. "All the hours of planning and rehearsal more than paid off on stage.
THANK you to our teachers for their dedication to getting their students prepared for such an entertaining and informative show. I heard many, many comments from parents and grandparents about how impressed they were with the performance. You did a marvelous...
Mount Pisgah Christian School was proud to host Dr. Ben Carson and the Georgia Independent School Association annual conference. Please click the image at left or READ MORE to enjoy Dr. Carson's keynote address. You will be asked to enter the password: gisa.
WATCH D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students) volunteer Eric Iannamico gave us a peek into the day of a WATCH D.O.G.S. dad. WATCH D.O.G.S. are dads and father figures who volunteer at least one day, all day, at their student's school each school year. From helping students at carpool to warming up with the lower school orchestra to helping oversee the lunchroom, Mr. Iannamico was ready to lend a helping hand wherever he was needed. Click the image to see photo gallery...