( Kindergarten - 5th Grade )
Our elementary school program demonstrates to students how the subjects studied in class apply to the world around them, and how a Christian worldview can be applied to everything. Students attend engaging educational field trips, participate in plays and musical programs, and showcase their knowledge and accomplishments throughout the year in a variety of projects and community events.
- Bob Jones (BJU Press)
- ACSI Purposeful Design
- ACSI Terra Nova
In Chapel, we teach our little ones to keep the Lord in their hearts. Bible stories are presented in an engaging way, so as to draw the students in and help them find the real value. They are encouraged to both ask and answer questions regarding the moral of each story to develop their thinking powers, and we reinforce the idea of heartfelt praise through prayer and joyful song.
Our computer lab provides individual laptops to keep students on track with today's technology, learning both basic computer skills and early keyboarding.
In library, we try to provide a wide range of books to instill an early love of reading, and each year we celebrate National Literacy Month with a school wide reading contest. Not only developing a child's imagination, most age appropriate books reinforce the lessons they're already learning in class including alphabets, numbers, shapes, colors, vegetables, animals, body parts, and activities in fun and exciting ways.
We know children thrive developmentally with early exposure to music and movement. While music is all around us in our classrooms throughout each day, our dedicated music class allows students to begin learning instruments, tonal and rhythm patterns, and a variety of songs.
Art class gives students a chance to expand their creativity and experience a variety of mediums and techniques. Beyond the basic paper and crayons, they're also introduced to sculpting and clays, gluing and papier-mâché, paint and blending, and a variety of other crafts.
Physical fitness fosters growth and development. Through running, jumping, throwing, catching, and a myriad of other activities, children build and maintain healthy bones, muscles, and joints. Through its positive effect on mental health, it increases students' capacity for learning through development of social, emotional, and cognitive skills.
Extended Days and Summer Programs
Early Morning Care
6:45 a.m. - 8:00 a.m $10.00/day $75.00 / month (August – May)
2:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. $10.00/day $65 TTH or $75 MWF / month (August – May)
After School Care
3:45 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. $15.00/day $160.00 / month (August – May)
HCA hosts supplementary summer camp programs onsite each year. Please inquire with the administrative office for further information on current summer care plans.
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