As a parent, your child’s education is one of the most significant investments that you can make. You need a school that will provide a firm foundation for your child’s future, but not all schools are created equally and it’s important that you find the right fit for your child. Here’s what makes HHCA different:
We believe that each student has been created uniquely for a life of impact. Accordingly, it is our desire to create an environment in which every student is challenged, encouraged and loved so that they can become all that God has called them to be. We are committed to help each student discover the purpose God has for them so that they can confidently step into the life He is calling them to live, exceptionally prepared to boldly engage the world for His glory.
While many schools are driven by standardized testing, we seek to build the student’s capacity for critical thought. Moreover, we seek to introduce students to the author of goodness and reason itself. This is the both/and
principle at work. While, our students do well on measures such as the SAT
, we are committed to pursuing meaningful excellence in academics and pointing students to the author of the very truth we study.
We believe that God has called us to excellence as an act of worship as we pursue each discipline, whether that is in the field of mathematics, science, humanities, arts or athletics. The path for a student gifted in music and drama may look different than that of an athlete, an artist, or an academic scholar. Whatever the gifts of your children, there is a place for them at HHCA. Here, they can discover, develop, and display their gifts and talents, while coming to know the Creator that gave them their unique abilities.
While it is relatively easy to put words on paper, it is a wholly different thing to make those words a reality in the halls, classrooms, and offices of a school. I believe that is what makes HHCA exceptional. I encourage you to explore and learn more about our community, our vision, our culture and our results, and I invite you to come and see the difference for yourself.