Join The Team

join the team
As HHCA continues to grow, the identification of qualified, trained, and creative teachers is critical to meet our increasing employment needs. To that end, applications are currently being accepted for future teaching positions. 
To be considered for future employment opportunities, please submit a completed Faculty Application packet (links below). Contact with HHCA is strictly confidential. 
Please complete and submit the following documents as part of the Faculty Application packet:
A recommendation from your pastor/minister will also be requested as part of the application process. 
If you are interested in substitute teaching, please complete this form: Substitute Teacher Application
salary and benefits
Employment with HHCA is competitive, and HHCA is committed to recruiting and fairly compensating qualified teachers.
  • Salary is based upon education and experience. 
  • Benefits available include medical, dental, vision, and life insurance. Spouse/family coverage is also available. A 401K retirement plan is available. 
  • Tuition is discounted for all enrolled children. 
HHCA faculty and staff must meet the following criteria:

  • Employee must be a Christian who can articulate a clear and biblically-consistent statement of their faith in Jesus Christ. 
  • Employee must accept the school's Statement of Faith (see below) without reservation or amendment.
  • Employee must agree and comply with the Christian Role Model Statement.
  • Employee must be presently attending and faithful to a local Christian church. A letter of reference from his/her pastor will be requested.
  • Employee must hold, at minimum, a bachelor's degree in the subject area in which he/she is applying.  
Applicants interested in teaching a subject area outside of their degree will be considered based upon classroom experience teaching the desired subject/grade level as well as other relevant work experience.
Applicants will be subject to a criminal background check prior to consideration for employment. 
We believe the Bible, consisting of the Old and New Testaments, to be verbally inspired, inerrant in the original manuscripts and infallible. The Bible is the Word of God, the supreme authority in faith and life.

We believe there is one living and true God: an infinite, eternal and unchanging Spirit; perfect in all His attributes; one in essence, power and glory but eternally subsistent in three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

We believe that in Adam’s sin the human race fell from a state of innocence before its Creator and entered a state of sinfulness and spiritual impotence. In the fall the image of God in man was marred, and man became unwilling and unable to fulfill his obligations to his Creator. In his natural state, man is helpless before the just wrath of a righteous God.

We believe Jesus Christ was eternally existent as God, that He became man, yet without sin, being conceived by the Holy Spirit and born of the virgin Mary; that He lived a sinless life; that He ascended into heaven in that body glorified, where He is now our intercessor; and that He will return again personally, visibly and gloriously.

We believe that salvation is wholly of God, by grace; that God in love gave His only Son to die on the cross for sin, thus procuring the redemption of those who believe in Him; that this salvation is not merited in any way by man; that God commands all people to repent of sin and believe in Christ; and that this salvation is eternal in its duration and results in good works.