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, […]
Quite a few students, as well as teachers, have been battling sickness this season. Please be reminded to keep sick students home from school until they have been fever-free and symptom free from the stomach bug for 24 hours. Thank you for your assistance in following this policy and helping to prevent the spread of […]
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, […]
Due to the inclement weather and road conditions, there will be no school or child care on Monday, January 8. HPCS offices will also be closed.
Due to the inclement weather and road conditions, there will be no school or child care on Monday, January 9. Enjoy your snow day!
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)
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 […]
The HPCS spiritwear sale at 323sports.com ends Saturday night, Nov. 19th . Order now to have your spiritwear here in time for Christmas.
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. […]
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 […]
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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.
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 […]
Upcoming Events Teacher’s Convention Tomorrow is a half day of school and late stay will be available. However, the lunchroom will not be serving hot lunch and microwaves will not be available. There is no school on Thursday and Friday. Enjoy the break! School Spirit Day! On Tuesday, September 27, Hampton Park will have school […]
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 […]
What would it look like if average people competed in Rio? We took average people and had them try Olympic-style events. Then we compared them to actual Olympians
Beginning August 29, the Class of 2017 will be selling drawstring backpacks for $5.00!