Walkathon Sponsorships

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 […]

2017 SCACS Awards – Friday

Fine Arts Awards Art Junior High Monochromatic Drawing – 1st Place – Sophia D. Monochromatic Drawing – 2nd Place – Micah G. Polychromatic Drawing – 2nd Place – Emilie J. Mixed Media – 1st Place – Jessie P. High School Landscape & Architecture Photography- 1st Place – Andrew T. Landscape & Architecture Photography – 3rd Place […]

2017 SCACS Awards – Thursday

Academic Awards Academic awards will be added as time permits.   Fine Arts Awards Individual Junior High Female Vocal Solo – 1st Place – Brynn M. Female Vocal Solo – 2nd Place – Ella Grace W. Male Vocal Solo – 1st Place – Job K. Brass Solo – 1st Place – Grant C. Humorous Interpretation – […]

HPCS Summer Soccer Camp

Quality Soccer Training Bill Martin, North Greenville University’s Men’s Head Coach and Furman United’s Executive Director, has received both a USSF National “A” License and a NSCAA Premier Diploma – the two most prestigious soccer licenses in the US. The week is set up in a way that allows for participants of all abilities to improve […]

HPCS Summer Basketball Camp

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 […]

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Over $25,000 Raised for STEAM Initiative

Hampton Park Christian School (Greenville, SC) is raising funds for improvement in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM). Through generous donations from parents, alumni, staff, and grandparents, we are over halfway to our goal of $50,000. In addition, we are proud to announce that in the last four months of 2016, […]

HPCS Inclement Weather Policy

HPCS follows the Greenville County School (GCS) system the first day of any cancellation, delay, or early closing due to inclement weather only and not due to a power outage or some other localized emergency.

Spirit Week – January 23-27, 2017

Spirit Week will be Monday through Friday, January 23-27. In case you want to take some time over the Christmas break to begin preparing your Spirit Week attire, the following clarification will be helpful. Monday – Character Day (dress like a famous real-life or fictitious character from history, comics, books or film)

We hope you have a terrific Christmas break! We look forward to seeing you when school resumes on Tuesday, January 3.  Merry Christmas!

Principal’s Post – December 5, 2016

Dear HPCS Parent, I trust you had a blessed Thanksgiving break and are enjoying the Christmas season! There is more than the usual energy on campus right now as the students (and staff) are getting excited about Christmas break coming soon! Thank you for praying for those of us caught in the Gatlinburg fire last […]

HPCS Christmas Programs

Christmas Programs Please join us for our annual Christmas programs, each program begin at 7:00 p.m. in the Main Auditorium. Feel free to arrive early to enjoy prelude music and get a great seat. Thursday, December 8 (Upper School), Tuesday, December 13 (Lower School Grades 3-6), and Thursday, December 15 (Lower School Grades K4-2). Dress Guidelines […]

Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol – Dec. 1-3, 2016

The Hampton Park Christian School Panther Players Present Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol Adapted by Lynn Stevens. Thursday, December 1 @ 7:00 p.m. Friday, December 2 @ 7:00 p.m. Saturday, December 3 @ 2:00 p.m. All performances will be in the Collins Auditorium (C Building).  Tickets will go on sale November 16, before and after school in […]

HPCS Upper School Car-line Change for Friday (Nov. 11)

Dear HPCS Upper School Parent, This coming Friday, November 11, we need to adjust the car-line for pick-up after school. Pick-up will be at the same time as always: 3:15. But we need to adjust the car-line route due to a funeral in the auditorium that will conclude around the same time as school dismissal. […]

Results: Bob Jones Festival 2016

Congratulations to all the students who competed and placed at the high School Festival at Bob Jones University. 1st place:  Cort S. – Sacred Piano Solo 1st place:  Nathan G. – Brass Solo 2nd place: Emily H. & Ariana P. (Pegram studio) – Piano Ensemble 3rd place:  Cort S. & Austin V. – Piano Ensemble Several groups […]

HPCS Closed Monday for Pastor Yearick’s Funeral

As you may have already heard, Pastor David Yearick went to be with the Lord yesterday morning after a long battle with cancer. Pastor Yearick was the founder of Hampton Park Christian School, and we will miss him dearly.

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HPCS Thanksgiving/Christmas Project

Operation Christmas Child We are partnering with Samaritan’s Purse to send Good News and Great Joy to children worldwide! We are collecting items to fill boxes to give to needy children! All Items need to be in by November 9.

HPCS Panther Bots Receive Generous Gift!

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.

Principals Post – HPCS Hold and Secure

Dear HPCS Parent, Last night I began contemplating an email to send to all our parents asking for prayer for Townville Elementary School and those affected by the shooting there yesterday as well as to remind you of the plans and processes we have in place should, God forbid, we ever face a similar threat. […]

Flag Raising – September, 9 2016

This morning we paused to reflect on the events of September 11, 2001. Our Upper School band played as we sang our National Anthem together. Mr. Hallberg recounted the events of that tragic day, and then Dr. Priest led us in prayer. We were honored to have members of our local law enforcement and fire […]