For this school year, Mount Pisgah is thrilled to offer live streaming of athletics events at Savior Field and inside the Drummond Center. This new video enhancement is part of a collaboration between the Athletics Department, the Patriot Club and Mount Pisgah's Information Technology Department.

With the installation of two Pixellot camera systems at Savior Field and "The Drum", Mount Pisgah supporters will now have the ability to watch games from wherever they are. READ MORE.


May 15, 2017

Mount Pisgah Athletics held a ribbon-cutting ceremony and name unveiling of our newest athletic facility - The Rodney A. Harrison Player Development Center. This facility is named in honor of and in memory of the father of Kent Harrison, Mount Pisgah's Director of Athletics. In leading the project, donors David and Kay Addaman said they believe teachers and coaches who model their Christian walk for students and athletes every day are priceless. The Addamans have seen firsthand the impact Kent is having on their children and it was obvious to them that Kent’s dad was his role model. This gratitude led them to name the facility. It was a great day for Patriots baseball and softball. READ MORE.




Mount Pisgah Christian School has hired Mike Shaheen as its new assistant athletic director and varsity baseball coach, adding a three-time State Championship-winning coach to the Patriots’ growing athletic staff.

Shaheen has served as interim assistant AD and assistant baseball coach at Mount Pisgah since January. He will replace Kent Harrison as baseball coach for 2017-18, while Harrison will remain as the school’s Athletic Director. In the fall, Shaheen, who grew up in Brockton, Massachusetts, and led his high school football team to a state title as a quarterback, will also serve as head football coach for Mount Pisgah’s Middle School team.

“I am extremely excited and grateful to be at Mount Pisgah,’’ Shaheen said. “All faculty, staff and families have been so welcoming. We feel blessed to be part of such a loving community and look forward to building upon the school’s tradition of excellence on and off the field.” READ MORE.




Mount Pisgah Christian School has hired veteran coach and school administrator Ryan Livezey as its new assistant head football coach, adding the 2009 Region Coach of the Year to the Patriots coaching staff. Livezey, who spent the past 14 years as head football coach at Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School after establishing its football program in 2003, will work alongside Mount Pisgah head coach Mike Forester. READ MORE.



Mount Pisgah Christian School has appointed Patrick Johnson, an Atlanta native who played under Hall of Fame coach Mike Krzyzewski for four years at Duke University, as the school’s new boys basketball coach. Johnson has assumed coaching responsibilities, effective immediately. READ MORE.





Assistant Athletic Director Mike Shaheen has been appointed as our new Middle School football coach. Sign-ups for next season were held during lunch today and will continue Friday, March 24. We currently have 22 rising 8th and 7th graders signed up. Information about an upcoming parent meeting to discuss Spring football (May 8-11), Summer workouts and this upcoming Fall season, will be announced soon. Let's go Patriots!





Mount Pisgah Varsity Girls Basketball was proud to have two students recognized for Georgia High School Association All-Region honors. Sophomore center Anna Mancil was named to the All-Region second team and senior forward/center Dakota Williamson received honorable mention.The 6-foot-2 Mancil led the Patriots with 12.5 points per game this season, adding 12 rebounds and 2.1 blocks per contest. Williamson, also 6-foot-2, led the Patriots with 13 rebounds per game while averaging 6 points over 21 games this past season.
"Dakota Williamson and Anna Mancil have been valuable assets to this young team,’’ said Regina Tate-Leslie. Mount Pisgah's varsity girls basketball coach. "They dedicated each day to working hard and being examples for their teammates. Throughout the season both Dakota and Anna were double trouble and controlled the paint. Averaging 20 rebounds and 20 points together, their presence was unstoppable. Dakota reached over 1000 rebounds throughout her career at Mount Pisgah and will surely be missed, but Anna will be here two more years to put her stamp on the girls basketball program."
Congratulations to Mount Pisgah sophomore shooting guard Quinn Richey for being named to the Georgia High School Association All-Region First Team. Richey led the Patriots this season with 22 points per game while averaging six rebounds per contest.
“Quinn is a great representation of what being a student athlete is all about,” said Kent Harrison, Mount Pisgah’s Director of Athletics. “His work ethic and commitment are the difference. When you combine these things with his talent, Quinn is the total package. He is a great teammate on and off the floor and we could not be more proud of the way he represents our school and our mission. We are happy for Quinn and excited to watch him develop over the next two seasons.”
Last season, Richey was named Georgia’s Class-A Private Freshman Basketball Player of the Year by HoopSeen and Sandy’s Spiel, two leading basketball ranking websites. He led the Patriots with 14 points per game a year ago.




Congratulations to Mount Pisgah students Dani Moore and Trevor Grapenthin.








Moore, a senior midfielder/forward,  today signed with Furman University, and will continue her soccer career with the Paladins.









Grapenthin, a senior infielder, today signed with Covenant College, and will continue his baseball career with the Scots. Congratulations to both students.



All Middle School students interested in learning more about the Mount Pisgah lacrosse program were invited to  our informational meeting on Monday, Jan. 23 at 6 p.m. in the Geier Hall, Patriot Cafe. For more information contact Middle School lacrosse coach Josh Merry at



Students interested in playing on the JV or Varsity Girls Golf Team were invited to a meeting on Jan. 24. If you missed it and have questions, please contact coach Joan Delk at



Congratulations to the Mount Pisgah athletes recognized with all-region and all-area honors. Read more about them here. 






































The first meeting of the Mount Pisgah FCA was held this fall. Contact Dave Darnell for more information. 





Remain Unchanged

Our annual Athletic Fees will remain unchanged this year. All Upper School students who are currently on a sports team roster, will pay a one-time fee of $300. Middle School students will pay $225. This fee will be billed as part of your Smart-Tuition statement. There's no need to pay by check this year. Parents will also receive a reminder from their child's coach(es) over the coming weeks. Go Patriots!


Show your SPIRIT!

Mount Pisgah is now using the Spirit app to create a unique and customized social world for our community. 

Download the app by clicking the image or to view school calendars, earn points or click here to learn more!