Hilton Head Christian Academy


About Our School

Hilton Head Christian Academy
2015-2016 School Year

Founded: 1979
Location: 13-acre campus on Hilton Head Island, SC
Grades: K-12


 HHCA is an accredited member of the Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS) and is also accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools through AdvanceED.  These associations assure that HHCA meets and exceeds the highest standards of performance in our academic programs.  The school participates in the South Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association (SCISAA).


Total: 361

Lower School:  120,  Middle School:  82, Upper School:  159


To know Christ and make Him known.

Mission: Hilton Head Christian Academy’s mission is to partner with our families by providing our students with a firm foundation, comprising a growing relationship with Jesus Christ and a relentless pursuit of excellence in academics, athletics, and the arts, through which students are equipped to impact the world for His glory.
Annual Tuition: Kindergarten:  $9,600
  Lower School:  $11,200
  Middle School:  $12,450
  Upper School:  $12,650
Financial Aid: Tuition assistance is available for qualified families
Faculty: Over 50% of the HHCA Faculty hold advanced degrees.
Teacher/Student Ratio: 1:10
Average Class Size: Lower School- 15, Middle and Upper School- 19
Advanced Placement Offerings: Calculus A/B, Statistics, Chemistry, Biology, English Language, English Literature, Government, Government & Politics, U.S. History, European History, Art, Spanish
Honors Offerings: Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Precalculus, English 7, English 8, English I, World Literature, Physical Science, Biology, Chemistry, Spanish 4
Technology Starboards, Mac and PC Labs, Neo2 Keyboards and Responders, Odyssey of the Mind, Renaissance Place - Accelerated Reader, Accelerated Math, Math Facts in a Flash, NetClassroom, Weblockers, SuccessNet, Typing Pal
Boys' Athletic Teams: Football, swimming, soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, golf, clay target, track, cross country
Girls' Athletic Teams: Cheerleading, volleyball, swimming, soccer, basketball, soccer, tennis, golf, clay target, track, cross country
Clubs and Activities:

Middle School: Student Council, Beta Club, Science Club, Drama, Band, Chapel Band, Chorus, Ministry Teams, Middle School Retreat, Discipleship Groups

Upper School: Student Council, National Honor Society, Key Club, Zonta Club, Chorus, Band, Chapel Band, Drama, Photography Club, Band,  The Talon Yearbook, Junior Leadership, Upper School Retreat, Discipleship Groups, Senior Missions Trip

Standardized Testing: NWEA Measures of Academic Progress (grades K-9), ITBS (grades 3-8), CogAT (grades 3, 5, 7), ReadiStep (grade 8), PLAN (grades 9-10), PSATs (grades 9-11), SAT (grades 11-12), ACT (grades 11-12)
Community Service: A minimum of 18 community service hours are required each year for students in grades 9-12
College Matriculation: 100% of our graduates are accepted to 4-year colleges
College Scholarships: over $2.2 million was awarded to the class of 2014
Academic Support Services: Available through our Academic Resource Center for lower and middle school students