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.
Dear HPCS Parent, It’s hard to believe school starts just two weeks from today–the summer has just flown by! I trust you’ve had a good summer and enjoyed the extra time with your children. It’s been so quiet around campus, and I’m really looking forward to having all the students back soon. I’m excited to […]
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:
Enrollment for the 2016-17 school year is fully underway! For your convenience, our office is open all summer to assist you with your enrollment needs. Please feel free to give us a call (233-0556) if we can assist you in any way.
On Friday, May 27, at 7:00 p.m., the class of 2016 will walk across the platform in the Main Auditorium to receive their diplomas during our Commencement ceremony.
Here are a few schedule reminders for this week:
Our student body election was held today during chapel. Thirteen students ran for one of the six offices. Election results were announced during lunch by Mr. Hallberg.
Hampton Park Christian School’s first ever LEGO® robotics team will start next school year.
This morning our Varsity Baseball team boarded the HPCS bus, bound for Hartsville to defend the SCACS State Championships that they won in 2014 and 2015 (pictured).
We have a few photos of our May the 4th be with you Star Wars Day, but we could use more! Send us your best photo of your HPCS kid(s) dressed in star wars attire!
Each spring, students from HPCS gather in the Main Auditorium for the annual yearbook dedication. It’s an exciting time!
Wednesday April 20, 2016: 9-12th grade students from Hampton Park Christian School volunteered at our local (Area 4) Special Olympics.
Drama Production April 21 & 22 at 7:00 pm, April 23 at noon. With a mistaken identity and odd-ball characters, this story will keep you laughing all the way to the bank.. . .
Typical School Lunches Leave Much to be Desired When you think of your school cafeteria, what comes to mind?
We are pleased to announce that Samuel L. finished fourth overall at the South Carolina National Geographic Bee on Friday, April 1.
Online reviews make it easy for us to decide where to go for dinner, what hotel to stay at during our vacation, and which appliance will work best for us in our home. Likewise, online reviews are a great way for Hampton Park graduates and parents to share their experiences
Samuel L., a fifth grade student at Hampton Park Christian School, has been notified by the National Geographic Society that he is one of the semifinalists eligible to compete in the 2016 South Carolina National Geographic State Bee.
The HPCS K4 class is designed to prepare children for Kindergarten and beyond! While many daycares provide excellent care for this age group, Hampton Park’s K4 class is much more than a daycare – it’s a head start to a well-rounded academic experience.