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.
On Friday March 11, 2016, two Hampton Park Christian School students arrived at Furman University (Greenville, SC) to participate in the South Carolina Band Directors Association (SCBDA) All State Band.
Anna W. was among the top 10 percent of all applicants from South Carolina in the 2016 Prudential Spirit of Community Awards, and she was awarded the Certificate of Excellence for her volunteer activities. In addition, Anna qualified for the President’s Volunteer Service Award based on the number of volunteer hours she completed. The President’s […]
Permission forms are due Thursday, March 10, for the SCACS Fine Arts Festival!
This year the Hampton Park Christian School Band students will be participating in “March Mania” presented by the United States Marine Band.
Prayer is an important part of every Christian’s life. It is through prayer that we talk with the One who created us and who knows us better than we know ourselves. Through prayer we have fellowship with the One who redeemed us and has a perfect plan for us.
Friday, March 4, is the deadline to enroll for next year at the discounted rate of $150! Don’t miss it!
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On Friday, March 4, Hampton Park Christian School will host the South Carolina Association of Christian Schools (SCACS) Elementary Fine Arts Festival.
On Friday Feb. 19, 2016 three Hampton Park Christian School students arrived at Converse College (Spartanburg, SC) to participate in the South Carolina Band Directors Association (SCBDA) Region Band.
Last night (2/16/2016) the Hampton Park Christian School Varsity Boys Basketball team beat the Lake Pointe Academy Mariners 59-48. The HP boys will advance to the SCACS 2A Semifinal Round this Friday (2/19) 4:30 V.S. Maranatha. The SCACS Tournament will be held at Grace Christian School in Columbia, SC (Directions-Google Maps)
Hampton Park has partnered with Camp Infinity to enrich our science curriculum and broaden the opportunities available to our students.
Two Hampton Park Christian School students N. Gardner and L. Camfield joined their teacher, Ryan Wooldridge, and Fifty Three other trombones in Trombonanza at Bob Jones University.