Why Choose Harvest Preparatory Academy?
Harvest Preparatory Academy is a private Christian school where children are molded to achieve greatness through a focus on the “whole child” spiritually, academically, socially, artistically and technologically.
The founders were led with a vision to see children raised in a wholesome Christian environment that would be free of bias, discrimination and violence. They have pledged to treat all children equally with respect, while at the same time nurturing them with God's love.
Harvest Preparatory Academy offers small class sizes, degreed, licensed and experienced teachers; and an academic program that incorporates Biblical principles designed to achieve a balance of core subjects and extracurricular activities.
Harvest Preparatory Academy is a member of the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI). ACSI is an organization of Christian preschools, elementary, secondary and post-secondary schools. The Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) was founded in 1978 and is the largest Protestant educational organization in the world. For more information about ACSI please visit them online by clicking here.
Our philosophy for children at Harvest Preparatory Academy is from a Christian perspective. We believe that every student is an individual person who has been blessed by God with individual abilities and talents. The environment that we provide at Harvest Preparatory Academy is designed to nurture the abilities and talents of each child. In providing such a challenging academic program and a respect for God's Word, it is the belief of the Academy that this school is known for a place, "Where Learning is a Way of Life."
Harvest Preparatory Academy’s goal is to assist each student in attaining academic excellence within a Christian environment. The method in which we will achieve this will be through the continuous exposure to new information in an Christ-centered environment. Harvest Preparatory Academy will help children understand the nature and attributes of God while mentoring them for the future. The teaching of God’s word will help children understand the nature of sin, and maintain a personal relationship with God. Each child will be taught in a positive manner to respect the rules for daily life that are found in God’s word. In doing this children will develop a humble spirit and the ability to evaluate what they see and hear.