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View Pictures and Videos of Harvest Graduations

Monday, June 6th, 2016

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Graduates, parents, family members, and friends recently gathered both at the Harvest Family Life Center on May 20th to celebrate high school graduation and the Harvest auditorium to celebrate kindergarten graduation on May 24th.

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Valedictorian - Jeffrey Kim Salutatorian - Lily Lin


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Harvest Alumni Family Activities

Friday, May 27th, 2016

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Alumni VolleyballAlumni Shirt 2016

HCA Alumni: Make plans to attend our next alumni event!

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Lower Elementary Principal is Now Dr. Stouffer

Sunday, March 27th, 2016


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Joy Stouffer has been working on an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership for over two years. Her focus has been positive teacher-student relationships and their influence on spiritual development. She was able to successfully complete the defense of her dissertation on March 23, 2016.

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Spring Break Hours of Operation

Friday, March 11th, 2016

 Spring Break 2016


 No classes from March 14-18

Classes resume March 21

Main Office Hours:

Harvest Christian Academy

8:30 am – 3:00 pm on March 14-16

Harvest Baptist Church

9:00 am – 3:00 pm on March 14-16

Both offices CLOSED on March 17-18

2016 Spirit Days

Monday, January 25th, 2016


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January 25th-29th will be exciting days at Harvest Christian Academy! We will be having special chapels, fun themes and class competitions during our 2016 Spirit Days. This year students will be earning points for their grade level, and competing against other grade levels: K3-K4, K5-3rd Grade, 4th-6th Grade, 7th-8th Grade, and 9th-12th Grade.



Super Bowl – Wear any type of football shirt or accessories – double points for wearing something from the 4 teams left in the postseason


Country or Country Club – dress like a farmer or hunter or dress up like someone going to a fancy country club


(K3-6th Grade) – Occupation Day – dress up as any occupation – double points for dressing up like your parent’s occupation
(7th-12th Grade) – Kindergarten Day – pigtails, suspenders, funny socks, etc. – special “kindergarten” activities in classes throughout the day


Disney/Pixar Day – Come dressed as one of your favorite characters – double points for getting a group to represent all the main characters in a movie


Blue & Gold Day – wear navy/grey/gold/white shirts and knee length shorts – double points for wearing an official Eagle’s shirt


Monday – 4th-6th Grade

Tuesday – K5-1st Grade

Wednesday – 2nd-3rd Grade

Thursday – 7th-8th Grade

Friday – 9th-12th Grade

Favorite lunch on Blue & Gold Day: The seniors will be helping to serve a spaghetti fundraiser lunch on Friday – it will be the only lunch served in the cafeteria that day.

Giving Thanks

Wednesday, November 25th, 2015

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Giving thanks is a natural overflow of a heart that recognizes every good thing as a gift from a gracious Creator. On Pilgrim and Indian Day, Harvest students took time to recognize and celebrate an American tradition that began in 1621 when the Pilgrims and Wampanoag people joined together to give thanks for the bountiful harvest. Although a spirit of thanksgiving was commonplace among the first settlers, early leaders, from the Pilgrims to George Washington, and later Abraham Lincoln, believed it was critical to set aside time as a nation to offer praise and thanksgiving to the Lord.

Here at Harvest, we embrace this tradition as students dressed in traditional Pilgrim and Indian costumes, and enjoyed a special chapel and various classroom activities which highlighted the importance of giving thanks. The day’s festivities culminated with a delicious, traditional Thanksgiving feast, prepared by our Seniors. As we enjoy the fellowship and fun of Pilgrim and Indian Day and this week of Thanksgiving, we join with the Psalmist who reminded us to “Enter His gates with thanksgiving and His courts with praise; give thanks to Him and praise His name” (Psalm 100:4).

College Prep Seminar

Friday, November 20th, 2015

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All of the High School students got a morning wakeup call first thing Monday morning after their Thanksgiving break as they were motivated and challenged about their future college choices! Dr. Abels and Mr. Lewis worked as a team to give HCA the students an overview of the college admission process; Mrs. Jae Han provided additional information and with questions The topics included motivational perspectives on life, college, and eternity; high school graduation requirements for Harvest; basic application timeline; tips on choosing colleges; and an introduction to Naviance, the newly deployed software that allows students to research, select, prepare and communicate with thousands of colleges in the US. The seminar ended with an extended time of question and answer time with the students. We trust that all the high schoolers left encouraged and motivated to finish the semester well and set their sights on great goals for extraordinary futures wherever God will take them!

High School Prep Seminar

Saturday, November 14th, 2015


The senior class coordinated time with our 7th & 8th grade classes last week to share important facts and exciting information about what Harvest has to offer in high school. Seniors volunteered to talk with groups of 8th graders and answer questions about high school, then all of junior high attended a session where Dr. Abels talked about academic requirement for Harvest and Mr. McGrew introduced the students to a variety of high school activities, including honor societies, clubs, and extra-curricular activities such as the National Forensics League, Tennis & Golf, and the Harvest Acting Troupe.

Talented Students Perform at HCA

Monday, November 9th, 2015


The Tri-M Music Honor Society students performed their annual recital on Friday, November 6 for the Jr High and Sr. High students of Harvest Christian Academy. The program consisted of a variety of instrumental solos, ensembles, and vocal numbers. The Tri-M Music Honor Society of Harvest Christian Academy features student leaders from various music groups at HCA. The students put hours and hours of work into an advanced selection beforehand in order to perform the piece in front of students and teachers during the annual recital. Special thanks to Mr. Andrew Dongon who helps to oversee the HCA chapter of Tri-M and helped coordinate this year’s concert.

Meet Me in Saint Louis

Thursday, November 5th, 2015


This fall the Harvest Acting Troupe enjoyed great success when they put on “Meet Me in St. Louis” for two nights in the Harvest Family Life Center. This romantic comedy followed a family’s struggle after their father announces his new job…in New York. After some slapping, a little biting, and plenty of laughter, the family (and the cast) eventually learned some great lessons about love, patience, and understanding.