Harvest Hills Christian School strives to maintain high academic standards, as each student’s educational experience is challenging, demanding, and rewarding. We are uniquely qualified to provide a top-quality Christian education for children and young people.
- We use the finest curriculum available: Bob Jones University Press and A Beka Publications.
- A.C.E. (Accelerated Christian Education) courses are offered at times as electives.
- All courses are taught in a traditional classroom setting—with full-time teachers. We do not teach DVD or video courses, with an adult “supervisor.”
- All faculty members are highly-qualified—in both areas of training and experience.
- Because our classes are small, all teachers can take a personal interest in each student.
- Our Kindergarten classes are not day care programs, but rather offer thorough academic instruction.
- All reading curriculum and instruction is phonics-based.
- Elementary, Jr. High, and Sr. High students take the annual Stanford Achievement Tests, on which they often score well above the national averages.
- High school students take college-preparation courses—so they are thoroughly prepared for their ACT and SAT tests.
- All students go on field trips throughout the year, to help broaden their educational experience.
- Individual God-given talents are developed as the elementary students participate in two music and drama programs each year.
- Harvest Hills Christian School is a member of the American Association of Christian Schools.
Harvest Hills Christian school is obviously not a public school, but neither is it a private school. It is a Christian school, operated as a ministry of Harvest Hills Baptist Church—although its students do not have to be members of our church. Because we are a Christian school:
- Each student is taught a daily Bible lesson.
- Students attend a special chapel program once each week, on Wednesday. Parents are always welcome to visit these chapel programs, where students sing gospel songs and listen to Bible preaching.
- All curriculum is Biblically based. Nothing in it contradicts anything in God’s Word, the Bible.
- Students are taught how to personally know God, and how to please Him in every-day living.