School Profile

Hampton Park Christian School

Brief History


  • The aim of our school is to train Christian young people to meet their fullest potential
    • mentally
    • spiritually
    • physically
  • Hampton Park Christian School is dedicated to
    • providing high quality Bible-based instruction
    • encouraging personal development
    • promoting godly living
    • preparing students for future endeavors
  • Our faculty members are
    • certified
    • dedicated to teaching young people
    • seeking to be of service to both the parents and students

Hampton Park Christian School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities accorded to or made available to students at the school. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of educational policies, admissions policies, athletic programs, and other school-administered programs.

The school administrator holds a PhD as a minimum and more than one-third of the classroom teachers have a master’s degree in their specialization. The school year is 180 days, and the school day is 6.5 hours duration. Conventional and blended classroom instruction is offered at all levels.



Our mission is to provide a quality education within an environment of Biblical thinking and passionate pursuit of Christ so that students are equipped to fulfill God’s calling on their lives. We desire to educate our students to live life by the Book.


To see our graduates equipped by the Word of God to live a life that engages their world with the good news of Christ.

Graduation Requirements

English 4 units
Social Studies 3 units (including one of US History and one of government/economics)
Foreign language 1 unit
Science 3 units
Mathematics 4 units
Computer Science 1 unit
Physical Education 1 unit
Bible and Electives 7 units
Fine Arts 1 unit
  25 units


Grading Scale:

A 90-100
B 80-89
C 70-79
D 60-79
F 59 and below

Grade Point Average (GPA)

  • Cumulative GPA is calculated for
    • academic subjects on the basis of grades earned in grades 9-12.
    • All subjects for which a grade is assigned are included in the computation.
  • Class rank
    • derived directly from the GPA’s using the Revised South Carolina Uniform Grading Scale
    • determined at the
      • end of the junior year
      • end of seven semesters
      • upon completion of graduation requirements.
    • All subjects for which a grade is assigned are included in the computation.