King’s Way Christian School
KWCS is the oldest Christian school in Douglas County. We are located off of King’s Highway in Douglasville on a beautiful forty acre campus. Our campus includes an auditorium, multiple classroom buildings, a gymnasium with classroom space, a well-equipped playground, a football field, and a baseball field.KWCS offers a fully traditional program (K3-12th). Our goal at KWCS is to provide the best balanced, quality Christian education possible to each student. KWCS seeks to train leaders who will impact society positively in succeeding generations. We strive to grow students spiritually, mentally, physically, and socially. Our office is open 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. year round. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the school office at (770) 949-0812 or email@example.com . Click here, to find additional information on enrolling your children at KWCS. KWCS is a member of the Georgia Association of Christian Schools (GACS). KWCS is also a member of the American Association of Christian Schools (AACS). KWCS is fully accredited by the Georgia Private School Accreditation Council (GAPSAC). Graduates of KWCS may qualify to receive the HOPE scholarship.
King’s Way Christian School was founded as a result of the strong conviction of our church for today’s youth to have the opportunity to enjoy academic excellence in a Christian atmosphere. We believe that our children need a complete and balanced education. The spiritual, mental, and physical facets need a proportionate amount of inspiration, instruction, and attention to truly educate the student.
The educational philosophy of King’s Way Christian School is based on the Word of God. The Bible is the foundation on which we base all education. We believe that Christ should be the center of everything; therefore, it is our desire that students receive the best spiritual, mental, and physical training for their future. Because of this belief, faculty members of King’s Way Christian School have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and desire that this relationship be evident in their teaching. We believe Christian education must be as follows:
Founded upon the Word of God and its principles rather than the personal traditions of men (II Timothy 3:16-17 and Colossians 2:8).
Centered in the Lord Jesus Christ Who is the Creator and source of salvation for mankind (John 1:9-12).
Directed and controlled by the Holy Spirit Who is able to teach the consenting believer all things (John 14:26).
Pupil-oriented to achieving the highest academic levels possible as we train these young people to fulfill their roles as ambassadors and ministers of reconciliation for the Lord Jesus Christ (II Corinthians 5:17-21).
Applied socially in its content and scope so that young people can learn to serve the Lord Jesus Christ in their sojourning here while not loving this world’s system (Ephesians 6:18-20 and I John 2:15-17).
King’s Way Christian School, a ministry of The King’s Way Baptist Church, exists to work hand in hand with the family concerning the mental, physical, social, and spiritual development of its most priceless possessions, its children. The objective of KWCS is to equip each young person with a Christian worldview, the finest academic training available, and the scriptural character traits necessary for each student to reach his maximum potential for the glory of God. ( Luke 2:52)
JR Nelson – School Administrator
JR Nelson utilizes his 16 years of Christian school work to administrate the King’s Way Christian School. He has earned the confidence of his students, school parents, colleagues, and pastor with his exemplary walk with God and sound discernment.
Jackie Jackson – School Secretary
Mrs. Jackson serves as the school secretary for King’s Way Christian School. Questions regarding enrollment, absentees, records, and appointments with the administrator should be directed through Mrs. Jackson
Denyse Beery – KWBC Business Manager
Denyse Beery, as the Business Manager for the King’s Way Baptist Church, handles all financial concerns for the school. Questions regarding payments should be directed to her.