Welcome to Heritage Christian Academy's web page!

* Be still, and know that I am God.  Psalm 46:10 *

Why Choose HCA?

Find out more about our Mission and Philosophy, our Statement of Faith, and our History


Information for prospective and returning students and their families.



Information about our Elementary, Middle School, and High School curriculums.


Publication Quick Links

'16-'17 Calendar | '17-'18 Calendar

View the official school calendar to know when holidays are observed, parent/teacher conferences & breaks occur, and when grading terms end.


Find out which restaurant is serving on a particular day and what the daily entree will be.

Warrior Weekly

This is our school newsletter which is published weekly from August through May.


Services for David Eddings are to be held at:

Latham Funeral Home
413 East Main Street
Elkton, KY 42220

Visitation Saturday 4 p.m.-8 p.m.
Service Sunday 2:00 p.m.

Memorials can be sent to:
Heritage Christian Academy
8349 Eagle Way Bypass
Hopkinsville, KY 42240



HCA's High School Academic Team wins overall 1st place in District Governor's Cup Competition

For the third year in a row, HCA's high school academic team won overall 1st place in the District Governor's Cup Competition. HCA also won 1st place in quick recall for the third year in a row. Moreover, HCA placed someone in the top five in every category. The following students qualified for Region Competition: Doug Thomas (1st place in Arts and Humanities), Jenna Wiggleton (4th place in Arts and Humanities), Delaney Bynum (5th place in Arts and Humanities), Matthew Broadbent (1st place in Science and 1st place in Math), Jonathan Garnett (3rd place in Science), Sarah Herrell (5th place in Science and 1st place in Language Arts), Gillian Taylor (5th place in Social Studies), and Katie Ruth (4th place in Composition). Heritage also won 1st place in the Future Problem Solvers category. Congratulations to our warriors!


Former WWE champ Marc Mero visits HCA

During a 15-year professional wrestling career, whether he went by “Wildman” or “Marvelous,” Marc Mero was consistently accustomed to drawing cheers and jeers when he walked into an arena or climbed inside the ring.
Thursday morning, shortly after his entrance into the Heritage Christian Academy gymnasium with his Intercontinental Championship title belt draped over his shoulder, the former World Wrestling Entertainment superstar mainly drew tears... <<MORE>>