• Principal’s Post – Exciting Announcement!
    Dear HPCS Parent, Two years ago we wrapped up the HPCS STEAM-powered initiative, where we increased awareness and raised funds to improve what our school is doing in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math. God richly blessed our efforts, and we were able to purchase numerous tools in these areas to supplement […]
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HPCS Weekly News – January 7, 2020

Upcoming Events

Re-enrollment

Re-enrollment is in full swing and you can now go to your FACTS account and select enrollment/re-enrollment to re-enroll your child. If you are planning to enroll a child who does not currently attend Hampton Park, you will need to go to our website and click on Admissions or click here to start the enrollment process for a new student. The early-bird rate of $200 per child will apply to students who enrolled by February 29. After February 29, the normal enrollment fee of $325 will be in effect.

Geography Bee

The Geography Bee for grades 4-8 will be held on Friday, January 10, at 1:30 p.m., in the Collins Auditorium (C Building). Parents are invited to attend. Please enter the Collins Building through the side door facing the Brown Building and playground.

SCACS Art Projects

Students who registered to compete in an art category must turn in the art BEFORE school on Wednesday, January 15, at the MAC (A Building). If the student has not yet completed the Artist Idea Statement, you will need to do so when you drop it off. The Artist Idea Statement is located on FACTS Family Portal under Resource Documents.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED – At least five volunteers are needed to assist with the art check-in on Wednesday, from 8:00-9:00 a.m. Volunteers will need to read art rules, assist with paperwork, and help students put their art on the appropriate table for judging. Please email dawngearhart@hamptonpark.org, if you are able to help.Read more

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Meet our Administrator

Dr. Priest is committed to our core values and seeks to see students transformed by the gospel.  

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