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    Excellence in Education through Christian Motivation


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    Get To Know Our New Teachers!

    Ten new teachers and staff members have started the school year as Crusaders, coming from as close as Garland and as far away as California.  “We are excited to welcome such a talented group of educators and administrators to our school family, says Headmaster Kev... Read More

    Seniors Individually Blessed In Special Ceremony

    This year as in past years, each member of the Senior Class at Harrells Christian Academy has chosen one teacher or staff member to be their “Blesser” for the year. In a special ceremony on Sunday, August 20th, these adults formally committed to mentoring and pra... Read More

    Growing Leadership Skills Over The Summer

    Over the summer break, Harrells students participated in a number of activities that grew their skills as leaders in three longstanding programs of excellence: The National Beta Club, The North Carolina House Page Program, and Boy Scouts of America. In February, Senior Ca... Read More

    Yearly Verse

    “ All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work.”
    •2 Timothy 3:16-17


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    Students enjoyed a demo of the new STEAM lab products they will be using to learn about coding.

    Mrs. Raynor reads to some of her first grade students who finished early with their writing prompts.

    Crusader Crazies during white out football game

    Our upper school Crusader Crazies were out in full force for the HCA v. High Point Christian home football game. Students celebrated the game by hosting a "white out" event.

    STEAM Lab

    Our STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) lab is underway. Click here to register for our fourth annual 5k Walk/Run to support endeavors in STEAM technology at HCA. read more

    Kindergarten students worked in Mrs. Kim Bowles's Lower School Science Lab recently learning and doing their own experiments about reactions.

    Forensics class crime scene lab

    Our upper school Forensics class recently performed a crime scene lab to understand the detailed reality of crime scene investigation.

    @nd Grade Oreo Paragraphs

    Second grade students in Mrs. Davis' homeroom learned about paragraph writing through the use of oreos during the second week of school. Delicious and educational!

    Europe Trip 2016

    HCA students pose in front of Mt. Vesuvius in Pompeii, Italy during their trip to Europe this summer. Summer travel is a unique way HCA students can apply knowledge in the real world.

    Kunst's Corner

    On Excellence

    Just down the hall from my office, hanging on the wall, is a painting of Philippians 4:8: “Whatever is true, noble, right, pure, lovely, admirable, if anything is excellent or praiseworthy, think about such things.”  I pass by this painting many times a day, but often I am rushing past.  I am trying to get to class or chapel on time, or trying to connect with a student or teacher.  When I do take the time to stop and consider the import of these words, the clean and clear direction of this verse, I find I am drawn specifically to the idea of excellence.  It is a broad concept, not easily nailed down for me personally, for the school where I work, or for the students that I serve.  Though I believe as well in being noble and in trying to be right and pure, excellence feels more aspirational to me, like something to be pursued no matter what has previously been accomplished.