• Principal’s Post – Exciting Announcement!
    Dear HPCS Parent, Two years ago we wrapped up the HPCS STEAM-powered initiative, where we increased awareness and raised funds to improve what our school is doing in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math. God richly blessed our efforts, and we were able to purchase numerous tools in these areas to supplement […]
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HPCS Weekly News – December 10, 2019

Upcoming Events

Christmas Programs

Our Christmas Programs will be held on December 10 (Grades 3-6), December 12 (Upper School), and December 17 (Grades K5-2). Programs begin at 7:00 p.m. in the Main Auditorium and doors open at 6:30 p.m. A nursery is provided for both Lower School Christmas programs for children ages 3 and under.

  • Grades K5-6: Girls should wear Christmas dresses, and boys should wear dark pants and long-sleeved shirts. No tennis shoes.
  • Grades 7-8: Girls should wear a black skirt, white top, and colorful scarf; boys should wear black pants, white shirt, and a tie.
  • Grades 9-12: Girls should wear choir dresses; boys should wear black pants, white long-sleeved shirts, vests, bowties, and black shoes.

December 19 is the back-up date in the event of inclement weather causing the cancellation of a Christmas program.

Early Dismissals

Please make a note of the following dismissal times for December 18-20.

  • December 18-19
    • 11:15 – Grades 1-6
    • 11:30 – K5, Grades 7-12
  • December 20 – NO CHILD CARE
    • 11:00 – Grades 7-12
    • 11:15 – Grades 1-6
    • 11:30 – K5

The lunchroom will not serve lunch on December 18-19, so please pack a lunch for students staying for Child Care.

Lost and Found

Please take time to drop by the Lost and Found when you are on campus to claim items belonging to your family. Lost and Found is full to overflowing and is located in the MAC (A Building). The current Lost and Found items will be available through December 20.Read more

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Meet our Administrator

Dr. Priest is committed to our core values and seeks to see students transformed by the gospel.  

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