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HCA Senior Julia Edmondson Receives National Merit Scholar Commendation

PRESS RELEASE NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP CORPORATION 1560 Sherman Avenue, Suite 200, Evanston, Illinois 60201-4897 • (847) 866-5100 COMMENDED STUDENTS IN THE 2020 NATIONAL MERIT® SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM The Dean of Faculty and Curriculum, Marsha Parr, of Heritage Christian Academy announced today that Julia Edmondson has been named a Commended Student in …

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Welcome Back! Greetings from Board Chairman

Greetings Heritage family, On behalf of the HCA School Board welcome or welcome back to all our students, families, teachers and administrators. We hope that you had a refreshing and relaxing summer vacation and are excited to start another year at HCA. I am continually humbled to see the way …

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Time to Celebrate! Tickets Now Available for HCA’s Annual Fundraising Event.

Join us for an evening of FUNdraising as we celebrate God’s generosity to HCA! Our Cause for Celebration God is growing our school! Your generous gifts enable us to expand our facilities to accommodate the growing number of families seeking Christian education for their preschool through high school students. Last …

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HCA Cabaret Night

Brace Yourself for HCA’s First-Ever Improv Show!

Stock up now on Tums in preparation for a side-splitting improv performance from HCA’s Repertory Theatre troupe. Free entry! WHEN: Thurs, April 11 & Fri, April 12, 7:00–8:30 p.m. WHERE: HCA Black Box, 16000 S. Black Bob Rd., Olathe, KS 66062 COST: Free! Mark your calendars and invite your friends! …

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Do As I Do: Small Words… Huge Impact

“Your walk talks, and your talk talks … but your walk talks louder than your talk talks.” “What you do speaks so loudly I can’t hear what you say.” —Ralph Waldo Emerson Several years ago (OK, many years ago) when my son was in late elementary/early junior high, I was …

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Teaching Christian Worldview to our Children

Worldview matters. And we dare say that, in light of all that is happening in the world today, worldview matters more than ever. Why? To answer that question, we must first define worldview. Simply put, our worldview consists of the set of beliefs – or the lens – through which …

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Avoiding the Summer Slide – Summer Reading Ideas for Kids

The following post is shared with us by HCA Elementary School Librarian, Marla Lewis.Have you heard of the Summer Slide?  Our kids do a lot of sliding over the summer. They slide at the park, at baseball and softball games, slide out of bed after sleeping in, and slide down …

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Fighting The Entitled Mentality In Our Children

As we enter the final two months of the year, we find our children walking a tightrope between thankfulness and desire. The month of November often turns our focus to being thankful for what we have. Through opportunities to serve, shoe boxes to fill with items for those in less-fortunate …

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