A Welcome from our Principal
Welcome to Hebron Christian Academy! I am excited to serve our high school families as our Upper School Principal, along with Mrs. Hannah Grey, our High School Assistant Principal. Our mission at HCA is to provide a Christ-centered learning community that challenges all students to realize their greatest potential for transforming their world and impacting their culture.
We embrace the opportunity to start with a Christian environment and teach from a biblical perspective as we partner with families who share our foundation of beliefs. Every student takes a daily Bible class and participates in a weekly Chapel or Discipleship Group. We challenge our students to grow and discover the gifts and talents God has uniquely provided each of them through a pursuit of excellence in academics, athletics, and the arts.
Our academic program includes 16 Advanced Placement courses, more than 20 honors and accelerated courses, and roughly two dozen dual-enrollment or dual-credit opportunities. Our strong athletic program involves roughly 75% of our student body and fields 35 different athletic teams in high school.
Our fine arts program challenges students in the areas of art, band, chorus, dance, and drama, involving almost half of our high school student body. We provide the opportunity for individual students to develop gifts in any of these areas and pursue what God has planned for their lives!
I would encourage you to come and see for yourself what God is doing at Hebron Christian Academy as we look forward to what God has in store for us!
Dr. Matthew Annett
Upper School Principal and Assistant Head of School
The goal of our academic program is to assist students with the development of the intellectual talents with which God has blessed them. We recognize our students span a wide range of ability, but, as a college preparatory school, we challenge and encourage all of our students to prepare them for a college-level curriculum. We have three academic tracks in all four core subject areas, allowing our students to challenge themselves individually in one or more academic areas to the extent of their ability.
The HCA Upper School Student/Parent Handbook is available to all students and their families, and it is their responsibility to be familiar with its contents. The primary purpose of the handbook is to provide information related to all aspects of student life, as well as policies and regulations applicable to HCA students and their families. Ignorance of a policy or regulation will not be considered an excuse for failure to observe it. HCA reserves the right to alter the policies and regulations stated in the Upper School Student/Parent Handbook, and every effort will be made to keep students and parents advised of changes.