The 5th and 6th grade band students at Hampton Park Christian school played a demonstration concert Thursday night. The beginning band students played Hot Crossed Buns, Mary Had a Little Lamb, Go Tell Aunt Rhody, and Lightly Row. The 6th grade band students (joined by a few 7th and 8th grade volunteer students) played The […]
Both games will be played at Bob Jones University. Varsity Soccer plays at 5:00 and Varsity Volleyball plays at 7:00. Click for more details.
Dear HPCS Parent, I wanted to let you know that tomorrow will be a “Spirit Day” at school to promote school spirit prior to the varsity soccer game tomorrow at Bob Jones Academy at 4:00 and the JV Volleyball game Friday at 4:15 at BJA. Students are allowed to wear HPCS shirts (we’re encouraging the […]
At 8:45 A.M. we paused to reflect on and remember the tragic events of 9/11/2001.
Congratulations to Anna White (a senior at Hampton Park) for being awarded the $5,000 Robert D. Bennett Community Service Scholarship presented by The Electric Cooperatives of South Carolina Inc (ECSC). According to the ECSC Website R.D. Bennett Scholarship and the Electric Cooperative Washington Youth Tour Electric cooperatives sponsor the $5,000 R.D. Bennett Scholarship, awarded each summer […]
Dear HPCS Parent, It’s hard to believe September arrives tomorrow and we’re already into our third full week of school! I’m pleased to report that we’re off to a great start to the 2015-16 school year. The Lord answered prayer regarding enrollment–we’re up a few students this year from last year, and there is just […]
September 1-4 is connection week.
Dear HPCS Parent, Today our family is celebrating another teenager in the family–Brandon turned 13! It’s just incredible to know I now have two teens in our house . . . where has all the time gone. . . . And last week our family celebrated with yours the end of another year of school–my […]
Dear HPCS Parent, I’m particularly excited about this post, because I get to make you aware of three new opportunities geared toward hands-on learning for our Jr/Sr high students starting next year. First is a new elective course in the area of Industrial Arts (think “Shop Class”). We plan to offer two sections of the […]
Dear HPCS Parent, It’s hard to believe that Spring Break is just a week away–my first year has simply flown by so far! I trust the Lord will give safety to all of you who will be traveling and a great time with family and friends. Easter is a special time of year, and […]
Dear HPCS Parent, Just a quick note today about a couple of things . . . First, regarding the weather delay this morning, I wanted to explain my rationale for starting school two hours late. I really labored over making the decision last night, because I know how difficult it is, especially for parents who […]
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Dear HPCS Parent, January has been an absolute whirlwind of a month! I’d hoped to write you sooner, but it’s been hard to find time to breathe! We had a great time during “Spirit Week” the week before last. I think the highlight for the students was the special lunch on Thursday where the older […]
Dear HPCS Parent, I just came from saying good byes to the junior and senior high students at their end-of-semester chapel, which was a great way to close out the fall semester, by the way! The student body officers put together a “fun chapel” for their fellow students, and we all had a great time […]