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    Excellence in Education through Christian Motivation


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    Early Dismissal Monday 8/21 for the Eclipse

    It is with much anticipation that we await the solar eclipse on Monday, August 21, 2017.  With this excitement also brings concerns on how to provide the safest environment for your child.  As you may be aware the solar eclipse is set to begin for ou... Read More

    Senior Shaquor Newkirk Featured in the Sampson Independent

    The Sampson Independent recently published this profile of senior Shaquor Newkirk.  Shaquor is an honor roll student who plays football and basketball and will be serving the community this year as one of the school's Admission Prefects.  Great shout out to Eng... Read More

    Booster Club Memberships Available!

    Please consider joining our 2017-2018 Booster Club.  Contact Athletic Director Clayton Hall at  for more information, check your e-mail for the sign-up form, or sign up at Orientation.  We appreciate your continued support! Booster Club... 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

    Thoughts About The College Search

    This summer, my oldest son and I spent some time visiting colleges he might be interested in attending in 2020.  Those of you who have spoken to me about college for your children know that I am a proponent of starting the process early.  We visited seven schools in four days, and my son was generally one of the only rising sophomores in attendance.  But we began this process over a year ago in a hope that by being educated about what different schools are looking forward, we can best plot his path forward and more clearly define his own goals.