HCA is a Pre-K through 12th grade program, offering families and their students an opportunity to grow in authentic faith and academic excellence in a nurturing environment.
Pre-K @ HCA
Our pre-kindergarten is an extension of the home in providing a preschool that is thoroughly and distinctly Christian. In addition to preparing them for kindergarten, we foster joyful, loving, creative, and kinesthetic learning in a Christian environment. We protect each child’s individual spirit, while guiding their growth toward God’s purpose for them. Heritage Christian Academy strives for academic excellence in a nurturing atmosphere of Biblical values.Read More
Our elementary school is an extension of the home in providing an elementary school experience that is thoroughly and distinctly Christian; challenging each student to grow in Christlikeness, as evidenced by spiritual, academic, physical and personal maturity. In addition to preparing them for scholastic success in secondary school, it is our goal through teaching and training young people to prepare them to function as individuals who can reason and relate all issues of life to the doctrinal foundation of Christian faith. The Academy strives for academic excellence in a nurturing atmosphere of Biblical values.Read More
Engage, Grapple, Persist. A systematic grade 7-8 learning community where students engage in biblical worldview learning as they grapple with the spiritual, physical, social cognitive growth required as they persist in their educational adventure.Read More
The main intent of high school is to equip and nurture students to be ambassadors for Christ in the 21st century. Heritage Christian Academy firmly believes that secondary education should address the spiritual, intellectual, emotional, social, physical, and aesthetic development of students. By nurturing development in these interrelated human domains, students will have the opportunity to prepare to serve God according to His purposes.Read More
Because the fine arts serve to nourish the spirit of man and to reflect his relationship to God, they serve both as agents of the Gospel and as records of its work. By nature and integrity, therefore, the arts have an essential role in the propagation of the Gospel. David’s one desire -- to behold the beauty of the Lord -- is a statement of the Christian aesthetic making the pursuit of beauty an obligation not an option. We are so accustomed to thinking of beauty as merely decorative and ornamental that we forget that beauty is a moral necessity. God wrought beauty in the structure of the universe. Beauty is the highest form of righteousness.
~ Stonebridge Art Guide