The purpose of Highview Christian Academy is to offer a quality education in a Christian atmosphere that is conducive for each student to be able to successfully achieve to the best of their ability, to better develop the highest level of Christian character and morals, work ethics, and a respect for themselves and their fellowman. Our goal is that upon completion of one’s education at HCA the individual will be representative of a true American citizen, displaying strong leadership, critical thinking, reasoning, and decision making abilities that will enhance his/her personal life, family, career, community, and his/her country.

This organization is organized exclusively for religious, charitable and educational purposes within the meaning of Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (or the corresponding provision of any future United States Revenue Law), including for such purposes, but not limited to, establishing and operating a school for pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, elementary and secondary grades for the daily instruction of children in all branches of knowledge from the perspective that the Bible is the infallible Word of God.

HCA exists for those parents and students who believe a complete education covers both the spiritual and academic accomplishments. Admission is open to any race, creed or national origin from kindergarten through grade twelve.

It must be understood that attendance is a privilege and not a right. Students and parents must be convinced that the child should attend HCA and wholeheartedly apply themselves to the school and its policies. Because this is a private Christian school, standards of moral uprightness and behavior are expected. Any student engaging in drugs (including cigarettes), alcohol, sexual activities, immoral behavior or the use of vulgar or blasphemous language will be denied acceptance. If a student already in attendance is found to be practicing any of these things, he/she may be suspended or dismissed. This will be at the discretion of the Headmaster.

Applications are filed at the office and entrance is granted on an individual basis. Parents wishing to obtain further information about the school and its program, or to enroll their children, should contact the school office at 207.285.7978.