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High Point Christian Academy
About The School
Over 650 students attend HPCA with 240 in grades 9-12. Admission is open to all qualified students and is based on academic records, admission testing, recommendations, and personal interview.
High Point Christian Academy is accredited by both the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and the Association of Christian Schools International.
Technology access and skills are developed in the classroom. Student utilize Smartboards, Chromebooks and iPads to enhance their learning. Keyboarding classes start in 2nd grade.
Special Academic Programs
College Prep Courses
Career & Technical Education (CTE) Opportunities
Cross Country, Girls/Boys (starting in 7th grade)
Football (starting in 7th grade)
Boys Basketball (A and B teams)
Swimming, Girls/Boys (starting in 7th grade)
Softball (starting in 7th grade)
Boys Tennis (starting in 7th grade)
Track and Field, Girls/Boys (starting in 7th grade)
Cross Country, Girls/Boys- Varsity
Football Varsity (10-12 grade) Junior Varsity (7-9 grade)
Soccer, Boys- Varsity
Tennis, Girls- Varsity & Junior Varsity
Volleyball, Girls- Varsity & Junior Varsity
Basketball, Boys- Varsity & Junior Varsity
Basketball, Girls- Varsity
Swimming, Girls/Boys- Varsity
Baseball- Varsity & Junior Varsity
Soccer, Girls- Varsity
Tennis, Boys- Varsity
Track and Field, Girls/Boys- Varsity
Honors & Recognition
High Point Christian Academy students have consistently performed at superior levels in comparison to national norms in national standardized tests.
Clubs & Sponsored Teams
Contact the school directly for more information and list of clubs and sponsored teams.
Contact the schools directly for more information regarding community service projects.
After School Care is available for students through the 6th Grade until 6:00pm. Daily and monthly rates are offered.
High Point School News
- Proposed Pilot Program Could Be Game Changer For The County
- Guilford County Schools focuses on improving career tech options
- For the Manufacturing Industry, School Is in Session
- HIGH SCHOOL AND HPU STUDENTS COLLABORATE ON SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS AND ART
- In Search for New Workers, Manufacturers Turn to Apprentices