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Latest Articles

The Goals of a Classical Education

February 22, 2019

An education at Harvest Christian School is unique: our goal is not simply to fill young heads with knowledge, but to cultivate gentlemen and ladies who will go out and change the world for the cause of Jesus Christ. We accomplish this through several guiding principals: Purpose: The purpose of Classical Education is to cultivate…

Book Recommendation: The Wingfeather Saga

September 11, 2017

As a father and an educator, one of my goals is to fill the heart and head of my children and students with stories that are True. Not true as in “they actually happened” (though those stories are necessary too), but True as in “they reflect the beauty and faithfulness of God.” This is why…

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True Education Includes Moral Formation

August 7, 2017

N.B. This article is by Craig Dunham and was originally published on the Scholar’s Blog. Those who would argue that education is the solution to life’s problems do not adequately understand life’s problems. As Blaise Pascal once said, “The heart has its reasons of which reason knows nothing. Let us then strive to think well.”…

Upcoming Events

  1. School Closed – Easter Weekend

    April 22
  2. Mid Quarter – Half Day

    April 26
  3. All-School Chapel

    May 1 @ 9:30 am - 10:00 am
  4. Peter Pan, Jr.

    May 8 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
  5. Peter Pan, Jr.

    May 9 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

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The 4th & 5th grade classes served an overnight tour enlisted in the Union Army assigned to Angel Island's Camp Reynolds.

Our soldiers hiked miles, scrubbed dishes, labored in the kitchen peeling potatoes and chopping beef for their supper with Sergeant Vestnys and Lieutenant Priest, baked bread in a wood stove with Sergeants Aharonian and McGowen, engaged in an intense compass hike with Sergeants Watson and Sheeks, drilled in endless marching lines around the camp to keep it secure with Sergeants Spoon and Baldes, trained relentlessly in signal flagging by Sergeants Gomez and Benelli . Our young soldiers had the best training the Union Army could provide.

They also mastered: the art of teamwork, extreme dedication to a task with due diligence, overcoming fear during an arduous night hike full of true stories that would make your hair stand on end, and long drowsy night watches.

The beauty of a group of homesick souls graced the evening with the smell of kerosene wafting its warm glow, reflecting off their worn and weary faces. They ended the evening in chorus to the Battle Hymn of the Republic led by Sergeant Aharonian and Lieutenant Villa and Hardtack, Come again no more.The 4th & 5th grade classes served an overnight tour enlisted in the Union Army assigned to Angel Island's Camp Reynolds. Our soldiers hiked miles, scrubbed dishes, labored in the kitchen peeling potatoes and chopping beef for their supper with Sergeant Vestnys and Lieutenant Priest, baked bread in a wood stove with Sergeants Aharonian and McGowen, engaged in an intense compass hike with Sergeants Watson and Sheeks, drilled in endless marching lines around the camp to keep it secure with Sergeants Spoon and Baldes, trained relentlessly in signal flagging by Sergeants Gomez and Benelli . Our young soldiers had the best training the Union Army could provide. They also mastered: the art of teamwork, extreme dedication to a task with due diligence, overcoming fear during an arduous night hike full of true stories that would make your hair stand on end, and long drowsy night watches. The beauty of a group of homesick souls graced the evening with the smell of kerosene wafting its warm glow, reflecting off their worn and weary faces. They ended the evening in chorus to the Battle Hymn of the Republic led by Sergeant Aharonian and Lieutenant Villa and Hardtack, Come again no more.
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Harvest Christian School serves faithful parents in educating and shaping students to joyfully pursue the Truth, Goodness, and Beauty found in Christ, within a distinctively classical education.

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admits students of any race, color, or national or ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to the students of the school. HCS does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and other school administered programs.

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