The Lower School consists of K4 through fifth grade. We offer a challenging academic curriculum, with a biblical worldview, that includes math, language arts, science, history, music, physical education, art, library skills, Spanish, and technology. There are also many ways for students to grow and be challenged outside the classroom. It is our goal to provide a strong academic program within a nurturing environment for our students, where every child can feel safe, comfortable, and loved.
The Middle School consists of grades sixth through eighth, which we consider a season of life for our students to find out how they can best utilize the gifts God has given them. Our five core classes include mathematics, language arts, science, social studies, and Bible. Students have the opportunity to choose from more than 30 elective courses, including athletics, fine arts, STEM, and foreign languages, while clubs and extracurricular activities help develop the whole child spiritually, academically, physically, and socially.
The Upper School consists of grades ninth through 12th, which participate in specialized programs designed to provide students with a Christ-centered learning community that challenges them to realize their greatest potential for transforming their world and impacting their culture. We offer an expanded college preparatory curriculum, which includes 25 honors courses, 16 advanced placement courses, and 23 dual enrollment courses on campus.
J-Term is a two-week abbreviated semester in January where students have the opportunity to participate in exploratory and experiential learning opportunities.
Hebron Christian Academy’s creation of four specific Academies provides students with opportunities for rigorous academic pursuit, in addition to valuable extracurricular experiences.
We understand that making the transition from high school to college can be overwhelming and time-consuming as students embark on a new chapter in their lives.
Our Center for Innovation facilitates unique and effective means of learning to allow teachers to utilize methodologies they can’t do in a regular classroom. While most teachers use STEM as an application or demonstration for learning, our goal is to use STEM as a vehicle for instruction.
Believing that all children are uniquely gifted, HCA offers a learning environment that challenges, nurtures, and strengthens intellectually, spiritually, and physically. HCA is fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), as well as by the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI).