Alumna Katie (Rank, ’00) Loach is our new third grade teacher. Welcome, Mrs. Loach! “I am excited to be teaching third grade at Hampton Park this school year! This will be my fourteenth year teaching, and I have taught both third and fifth grade. Hampton Park holds a special place in my heart […]
HPCS Seeking Walkathon Sponsorships On Wednesday, April 26, Hampton Park students will participate in our STEAM-Powered Walkathon. We’re excited and hopeful that this fundraiser will bring in the rest of the funds needed to complete this phase of the STEAM Initiative. Our goal is to be able to purchase equipment this summer so that we […]
Quality Basketball Training We are pleased to have Dr. Tony Miller join us for this year’s camp. Dr. Miller is the Bob Jones University Bruins men’s basketball Director of Basketball Operations. As a member of the coaching staff, his primary duties include player development, scheduling, game film analysis, and summer camps. Miller earned a doctorate […]
Samuel L., a sixth grade student at Hampton Park Christian School, has been notified by the National Geographic Society that he has once again earned the privilege of competing South Carolina National Geographic State Bee. The contest will be held at the Brookland Baptist Church Community Resource Center in West Columbia on Friday, March 31, […]
Enrollment for the 2017-18 school year is now open and classes are filling up!
We hope you’re making plans to join us this Tuesday-Thursday from 8:45-11:00 a.m. for our annual Open House.
Each year, Upper School students participate in a banner contest for Homecoming. This year, we are adding a new award to this long-standing tradition: The Students’ Choice Award. We are encouraging all students to bring their loose change to use for voting for this award! Students vote during the school day by placing their loose change in […]
In an effort to become more STEAM powered, HPCS started a 2-year STEAM initiative in the fall of 2015. During the first year, the faculty and administration worked together to identify what we’re doing well and where we can improve.
On Wednesday, October 5, a number of upstate schools will be honoring Jacob Hall, the boy who was killed in the Townville Elementary School shooting last week, by wearing super hero attire to school. Jacob’s parents indicated he loved super heroes because “he loved anything to do with goodness. He loved anything to do with […]
Connection Week is a time at the beginning of the school year for upper school students and faculty to connect with God, one another, and our community. The format is like that of a typical day camp.
Upcoming Events Alumni Games Join us this Saturday, August 20, for our Alumni games. The varsity soccer and volleyball teams will play the Alumni at 10:00 a.m. on the athletic field and in the gym. Speech Meeting On Wednesday, August 17, Mrs. Phillips will be meeting with Upper School students who are interested in participating […]
After graduating from HPCS in 2001, Megan (Gentry) Mallard attended North Carolina State University where she earned her B.S. in Meteorology.
What to Expect The summer mailing is headed to the post office today! Here’s what’s coming your way:
Dear HPCS Parent, Very soon after arriving at HPCS, I saw the need to provide extra help for struggling students, many of whom have a learning disability of one form or another. I’m the parent of one such student, and the challenges for him and my wife and I can be overwhelming at times. Our […]