When middle school students throw on eye black and get locked in for field day, the competition is fierce, friendships strengthen, and new bonds are formed!
Welcome to HCA! I have the opportunity to serve our middle school families as our Upper School Principal, along with Mr. Alex Reid, our Middle School Assistant Principal. Our Middle School program provides an excellent opportunity for students to make the transition from an elementary program to establish the foundation necessary to experience success at the high school level.
We build our educational program from a biblical perspective as we partner with families who seek to provide a Christian foundation through school and church. Students attend daily Bible class and weekly Chapels or Discipleship Groups as part of that foundation. We begin to challenge students academically at different levels, introducing honors and accelerated courses as they progress toward high school.
We provide significant exposure to athletics, fine arts, and other electives to allow students to discover areas of talent and passion. Our middle school athletic program fields 25 teams in middle school and fine arts provides opportunities in art, band, chorus, dance, and drama.
We provide additional electives such as entrepreneurship, principles of innovation, personal finance, and coding as part of our intellectual exploration. Please check out the opportunities we provide in middle school and see where God is at work at Hebron Christian Academy!
Dr. Matthew Annett
Upper School Principal and Assistant Head of School
Middle School students have a robust list of Fine Arts offerings, including musical theatre, drama, dance, art, and band.
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.