How to Apply

Still Accepting New Students for 2021-2022

A simple online application process awaits you!

Admissions Process:

Submit a New Student Application
Take your next step closer to being an HCA Lion here with our online application.
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Recommendations
Within the applicaiton, we will ask for contact email for two references.. A current Pastor’s Recommendation is required because, as a Christian school, we are committed to teaching God’s Word and in all grades and contect courses we execute biblical integration. A recent Teacher’s Recommendation is needed for students applying for grades 1-12 because we are committed to academic excellence and have options for customizing each student’s learning experience.
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Birth Certificate
Your birth certificate will be uploaded in the online application!
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Academic Screening
- Grades PK-K We will do an in-person screening scheduled with our Admissions Department.
- Grades K-1 will do an in-person screening schedule with our Admissions Department.
- Grades 2-9 -Submit recent report card and testing. If you have recent MAP testing, that may be sufficient. If not we will schedule for a session to MAP test.
- Grades 10-12 -Submit copy of current transcript

It is during this step that we will review any accommodations (i.e. 504, IEP) the student has received to determine our ability to service the needs. If your student has this documentation, please upload it in the online application.
4
Family Interview
This final step is completed prior to your acceptance and allows you to meet with your principal. Once this is completed, your interview, applications and academic screenings will be reviewed before acceptance.
5
Enrollment
Once accepted, you will complete your enrollment contract which reserves your student's seat in the classroom here at HCA. At this time the Curriculum Fee is due along with the set-up of your tuition management account.
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NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATORY POLICY AS TO STUDENTS

Harvest Christian Academy admits students of any race, color, 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, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.