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.



'15-'16 Calendar / '16-'17 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.


Learn about upcoming activities, events, and outstanding student accomplishments.


Here you will find information on school-wide events, schedule changes, special events, and volunteer opportunities.

School accreditation

The choice you make for your children's education shapes them academically, spiritually, and in their worldview and skills.

Warrior Weekly

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


Time Capsule (story from the New Era)

Linda Garris remembers being the assistant headmaster at Heritage Christian Academy 15 years ago, when she welcomed people on a bright and sunny morning as they buried a time capsule near the entrance of the school.

On Friday, Garris, now headmaster, had a moment of Deja vu as she again welcomed staff and students on another bright and sunny day before they opened up that time capsule and set a new one into the ground, not to be opened until 2028. <<MORE>>


Make-Up Days

HCA will extend the calendar to makeup snow days.

May 20th will be a full day

May 23rd will be a full day

May 24th will be last day for students with a noon dismissal.

May 25th will be a teacher work day

HS graduation will not change.  It will be May 19th.

Semester exams will be moved to May 20th,23rd,and 24th.

Mayor Carter Hendricks recognizes students

Mayor Hendricks recognized our students who participated in writing essays outlining youth-focused concerns the Mayor’s Youth Council should address at an upcoming Youth Summit.

Braden Porter was recognized for his essay being selected as 4th district-wide.