It is our desire that children spend their developing years in an atmosphere of Christian love, Christian learning, and Christian values. HCA will provide a quality educational program to encourage all students to attain their highest level of academic excellence. A high quality education in a Christ-centered atmosphere is best achieved with the continual and diligent involvement of the students’ parents. HCA believes the school is an extension of church and home and it exists to foster a partnership with parents in educating children.
HCA has adapted a version of the “year around school” format. This allows us to incorporate more vocational opportunities for the high school students, and hands on learning for the K4 through middle school. Another benefit of this format is that it facilitates continuous learning; students forget less over the shorter breaks and the teachers spend less time reviewing. Bob Jones University Press curriculum is used as well as ABEKA and Positive Action. The Academy strives for educational superiority in all areas of study, including Bible, as well as an independent study program that assists students who test below their academic level. Tutoring is available for those students who are behind in their age-appropriate classes.
Within the classroom setting, the ratio of students to a teacher in K4 through grade 5 is ten to one and fourteen to one in middle school and high school.
In addition to yearbook, HCA offers several sports programs for girls and boys in grades 7-12. Girls may participate in volleyball, basketball, and track. Sports for the boys include basketball, baseball, and track. A basketball program is also available for grades 3-6.
Phone: (660) 284-6300
Phone: (660) 284-6310
Notice of Nondiscriminatory Policy
CNS International Ministries, Inc. admits students of any race, color, biological sex, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national and ethnic origin in administration of its education policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other school-administered programs.