NORTH FULTON, Ga. – The Fellowship Christian School Board of Directors has announced the selection of Kathryn M. Teston as the new head of school, effective immediately. Teston had been serving as the elementary school principal and interim head of school since June.
“Kathy represents what Fellowship is about and why we all love the school,” said Fellowship Board Chairman Greg Winchester. “She has a vision for our school’s future while still appreciating the history and traditions that make our school so special.”
In her 10th year at Fellowship, Teston has excelled in providing the spiritual leadership and management skills necessary to guide the school, while strengthening relationships within the school and community. Teston earned a bachelor’s degree in biblical education from Florida Bible College, a master’s degree in educational leadership from Liberty University and is currently working on her doctorate at Liberty. She began her teaching career in 1977 and has two years of experience as a K-12 administrator. At Fellowship, she served three years as the K-8 principal and more than six years as the PK-5 principal.