Parents, family members, and friends gathered May 14th at the Harvest Family Life Center to watch our 2021 seniors graduate.
Students, parents, family and friends gathered for the Harvest Christian Academy K5 Graduation at the Harvest Auditorium on May 14th, 2021.
The following Harvest Christian Academy Seniors were named as 2021 Candidates for The U.S. Presidential Scholars Program.
The Harvest Christian Academy family would like you to join us in celebrating and remembering the life of Matthew Miller, a 2005 Harvest graduate.
Analina Koh and Seunghun Lee were selected as semifinalists for the 2021 National Merit Scholarship.
We must not be content to settle for online education. Schools need the ability to offer face-to-face education as a choice for parents.
This year we had the unique opportunity of having a virtual graduation for our 60 HCA seniors.
Since we are unable to host our end of year art show, we still would like to highlight work done by our 7th-12th grade art students.
We understand that right now you are not able to join us on campus for our conversational English class, so to make things easier we decided to come to you.
Harvest Christian Academy remains committed to protecting the safety of our families and providing students with a quality online education.
Governor Leon Guerrero signed Executive Order 2020-02, establishing the Governor's Youth Advisory Council. HCA senior, Megan Lopez is part of this council.
NewGen Physical Therapy Clinic invited local schools and businesses to participate in spreading some holiday cheer for friends and families that have disabilities.