Unity’s mission is to partner with Christian parents in the process of preparing their children to impact the world for Jesus Christ, and to achieve their God-given potential in academics, leadership and service. Unity focuses on academics, spiritual formation, athletics and fine arts. Our students excel in the classroom and on the field, court, track, or stage! Our students are full of character and intellectual curiosity and are focused on their futures. Unity graduates are leaders who excel in college and beyond as they use their God-given gifts to impact our world.
Unity celebrates our 20th anniversary this year. We have been extremely blessed and are excited for what the future holds. We look forward to partnering with you!
did you know?
Unity was founded by 6 local pastors from 6 different churches.
Unity opened in August 1998 with 42 students PK4-5th grade.
Preschool for 3 year olds was added in August 2003.
In 2017, UCS had four AP Scholars who earned a 3 or higher on three or more AP exams.
Unity has graduated 128 students.
Students from the Class of 2018 were accepted to over 24 colleges and universities.
Unity has a reputation for excellence in biblical worldview integration. However, there are a multitude of reasons why families choose Unity for their children...
Shared values and priorities in an ever-changing and unpredictable society
Commitment to providing a safe and encouraging environment for all students
Small class sizes and greater access to individualized instruction
Students' ability to consistently out-perform their public school counterparts on standardized tests
Opportunities for parent involvement and input in decision making and governance
Senior classes surpassing college preparation benchmarks
Community of positive peer pressure that leads to character development and leadership
Sense of community and family that continues long after graduation
students and parents love Unity
“Unity has more than just prepared me for the academic rigors of college (though it definitely has done that). It has set a standard for teachers and community that is difficult to beat at many other institutions, and it provided me with the motivation to seek out a college that matches it in both academic rigor and quality of faculty, staff and community.”
- Abigail Sorrow, Class of 2017
“Unity has given me an invaluably different education from any I might have received elsewhere. Not only was I offered a rigorous curriculum but also one that integrated academic content with biblical truth.”
- Annie Davis, Class of 2016
“As more time passes since I’ve graduated from Unity, the more I have come to appreciate its purpose and mission. The faculty and staff strive to make a difference in each student’s life. The integration of faith in the classroom and teaching from a biblical worldview are invaluable. The long-term impact they are making on students is monumental!”
- Joshua Bryant, Class of 2014
“Rome is a great place for education if you simply want your children to learn. We wanted our children to know Christ in all areas of their lives and to be taught by people who felt the same way. The vision of Unity was about Christ being a part of our
We need Christian education in Rome. There has to be a place for us to freely and openly teach our children biblical values. Our kids face so much more, so early. They need that foundation taught from the beginning. Our children have been better equipped to face the challenges of college because of Unity.”
- Dr. Robersteen Howard
Charter Parent and Former Unity Board Member
Mother of Ashley (‘09), Mackenzie (‘11), and Colin (‘15)
83% of Students Scored 3 or Higher
on AP Exams
100% College Acceptance Rate
15 - Average Number of Students per Class
2 Academic Accreditations
ACSI and AdvancED/SACS
90% of Middle and High School Students Participate in Athletics
9:1 Student to Teacher Ratio
12 Sports Offered for Middle and
High School Students
4 Labs on Campus
3 Science and 1 STEM
6 AP Classes Offered To High School
Students along with Dual Enrollment
6 of 6 2018 Graduating Seniors Who Applied, Received Early Admission to the University of Georgia