Founded in 1986, St. John Neumann Regional Catholic School enrolls more than 550 students and offers classes from grades kindergarten through eight. The school teaches a variety of subjects, including religion, language arts, literature, science, mathematics, social studies, arts and crafts, music, computer science, Spanish, physical education, and media studies. It lays emphasis on developing the reading, writing and language skills of students. It also offers a wide range of after school activities, such as art and drama clubs, Odyssey of the Mind, student council, Spanish club, St. Thomas More club, thinking cap quiz bowl, math Olympiads, yearbook, and safety patrol. The school facility includes gymnasium, science laboratory, music and art rooms, library, and cafeteria. Located in Lilburn, Ga., the school is fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and the Southern Association of Independent Schools.