Harvest Christian School
At Harvest Christian School our mission is to develop Christian leaders of tomorrow through a quality Christian education.
With Biblically-based curriculum, which includes the Bible, Abeka, BJU Press, ACSI, Saxon and others, in the hands of a faculty of committed Christian teachers, we provide a challenging education while teaching each student there is a loving and compassionate God who has a special plan for their lives.
HCS is committed to providing a variety of learning experiences in a loving Christian atmosphere, to prepare its students for High School and beyond.
The educational process in a Christian school is dependent on a Biblical philosophy which provides the right world view and essential truths for life so that children may be prepared to assume their proper place in the home, the church, and the state..
Our goal is to teach each child Christian living, self-discipline, personal responsibility, integrity, and good citizenship.
We promote high academic standards within the potential of the individual student as uniquely created by God.
Each student is taught to develop creativity and critical thinking in light of God's criteria, the Bible.
- Grades: Prekindergarten-8
- Students: 134 students
- Yearly Tuition: $8,250
- Acceptance rate: 95%
- Average class size: 13 students
- Application Deadline: None / Rolling
Student Body Type
% Students of Color
State avg.: 48%
Students by Grade
Academics and Faculty
Total Classroom Teachers
Student : Teacher Ratio
National avg.: 13:1
Average Class Size
Classroom Dress Code
(School uniform required)
(School uniform required)
Tuition and Acceptance Rate
None / Rolling
Yearly Tuition Cost
% on Financial Aid
National avg.: 85%
Profile last updated: 07/20/2021
Our daughter has been attending Harvest Christian School since 5th grade and will be graduating 8th grade this Spring. She began school struggling academically, but is now a straight-A student! We have been so blessed to watch her grown in confidence, experience an increased desire to challenge herself to do her best, and become grounded in her faith through the love, care and nurturing environment here at Harvest. She has grown exponentially each year and will be leaving a confident, equipped, and well-rounded young christian lady, ready for college prep classes. Harvest was the perfect fit for her. I highly recommend it to any family who wants a safe, loving, and academically challenging school experience.
We have been at Harvest for 9 years now and still love it like it was our 1st day. My first child graduated from Harvest and I'm so happy that we kept him there through Jr. High. The classes are small and he was seen every day. He did not get lost in a sea of students, and he had staff every day loving on him and praying for him. His time spent with friends remained innocent for a couple years more, before going off into public high school. There is such a vast difference between a private, Christian environment, and everything else. He also learned Latin in every grade he was there, so he has excelled in Spanish in High School. He left Harvest ahead academically and has been able to thrive in Honors and AP classes for all his years in High School. My daughter started Harvest in Kindergarten and is now in 5th grade. She is thriving as well. They both will have Harvest's Classical, Christian learning foundation which will prepare and propel them for years to come. Thank you Harvest!
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