Meet the people that make Hebron Christian Academy such a special place. With spotlights on students, teachers, alumni, and donors, you can see why so many people call HCA home.
We provide excellence in the classroom through personalized learning, integrated technology, and the individual care of every student in an environment immersed in a biblical worldview.
We provide an intentional environment of spiritual growth, student activity, and servant leadership, to promote the development of students as Christ-followers.
We unapologetically challenge students to discover God’s calling for their life and emerge as catalysts to boldly transform the world for Jesus Christ.
We integrate a biblical worldview throughout every aspect of school life to better afford students the opportunity to discover and embrace God’s ultimate purpose for their lives.
Our primary responsibility is the development of students spiritually, academically, emotionally, socially, and physically. Students will learn, grow, and flourish in a Christ-centered environment of excellence that encourages reaching their unique potential.
Learning, modeling, and practicing servant leadership is essential to worldview and leadership development. Tangible evidence of placing the needs of others before self is expected. We encourage students to follow Christ’s example of leadership through servanthood.
Building, enhancing, and maintaining community are integral to all aspects of school life. We promote strong relationships with each other and all stakeholders through respect and acceptance of one another. We embrace and encourage parent participation and open communication between the school and the home.
Understanding that learning and growth occurs in a variety of formats and environments, we offer engaging activities for our student body. We desire to advance student development and leadership capacity, support students in the pursuit of their passions, connect students with one another, enhance creative competence, and increase the overall sense of community and enjoyment.
Our campus is home to 495 high school students, 303 middle school students, and 470 lower school students from 32 different zip codes.
The average student/teacher ratio in a Lower School classroom is 16:1, while Upper School is 18:1. Additional staff may be incorporated into younger classrooms as paraprofessionals or in our co-teaching classrooms.
High School students are offered 16 Advanced Placement classes in five different subject areas and 44 Dual Enrollment classes offered online or by HCA faculty.
Graduating seniors receive an average of $5 million in college scholarship money each year, with the class of 2022 being offered more than $9 million.
More than 75% of Upper School students play at least one sport with 35% being multi-sport athletes.
Every K4-12 student has daily access to a device to use in the classroom. Middle school and high school student devices go home daily, while lower school student devices go home as needed.