math counts competition 2016

MATHCOUNTS Competition

The Mathcounts Chapter Competition was open to all middle schools on Guam. Represented were 11 teams and 78 students. Not only did HCA receive 1st place, but 10 of our students placed in the top 18. Harvest has won this competition eight years in a row. Congratulations to the HCA Mathcounts team!

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Doodle 4 Google!

The HCA art students participated in their first Doodle 4 Google Contest this year.  Senior art student Linda Zheng’s design was chosen to represent Guam at the national level of the competition. Google representatives presented an award to Linda on February 5 in a high school assembly at the Harvest auditorium.We are asking all of...

2016 Spirit Days

January 25th - 29th will be exciting days at Harvest Christian Academy! We will be having special chapels, fun themes and class competitions during our 2016 Spirit Days. This year students will be earning points for their grade level, and competing against other grade levels: K3-K4, K5-3rd Grade, 4th-6th Grade, 7th-8th Grade, and 9th-12th Grade.Themes:MondaySuper...

Choir Concert

Choir Christmas Concert

On Friday, December 11 at 7:00 p.m., Harvest Christian Academy will have its last concert of the Christmas season. Come enjoy a free concert featuring the Ukulele Choir, Elementary Honor Choir, Junior High Choir, High School Choir and the Ladies Select Choir. From “Island Noel” to “Winter Wonderland”, the choirs will be singing about the...

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Signature Fundraiser Orders

The Signature Fundraiser Orders will be in this week. All orders will be available for pick-up in the FLC Reception Hall, located to the left of the gym, on the following dates: Friday, December 4 from 2:30-5:30 p.m. Saturday, December 5 from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Please bring the copy of your order with you. This...

Pilgrim Indian girls lunch

Giving Thanks

Giving thanks is a natural overflow of a heart that recognizes every good thing as a gift from a gracious Creator. On Pilgrim and Indian Day, Harvest students took time to recognize and celebrate an American tradition that began in 1621 when the Pilgrims and Wampanoag people joined together to give thanks for the bountiful...

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