Harvest Christian Academy is a discipleship model school  The foundation for all instruction by Harvest faculty is based on the teachings of the Word of God. All truth is examined in light of God’s Truth. Faculty are in agreement with the Statement of Faith of Harvest Church and teach the basic doctrines of the Christian faith.

Harvest students represent a wide variety of church backgrounds, and we encourage our students to appreciate and respect this diversity.  We encourage our students to study the Word of God and trust His guidance, and to deepen their faith in Jesus Christ as their personal Savior and Lord.

Harvest fosters Christian maturation with relevant chapel services (weekly for elementary and daily for secondary students), a required Bible course each year, student prayer groups, and classes with a Biblically integrated curriculum.

Students are encouraged to share their faith and demonstrate their active Christianity to the community by word and deed. On the high school level, student service organizations provide many opportunities for community outreach.  All of our students participate in mission projects and service projects in the surrounding communities.

It is our belief that for the dedicated Christian, life is not divided into secular and sacred. The home, church, and school should all work in harmony for the same goal: A young person who has grown spiritually in Christ and who leaves the school as a mature, Biblically-founded Christian, academically and spiritually is prepared to excel in whatever endeavors that student chooses for life.  As we strive to attain our vision, we believe that it is important to develop programs, strategies, and methodologies within the context of biblical principles and thereby produce graduates with a Christian worldview.