Hoover Christian School, serving grades K-12, is a unique community of students, faculty, parents, school board, and supportive church. Our Vision and Values Statement is a direct reflection of who we are–a group which serves humanity by learning first to be respectful of others before we begin
serving others; which explores the world and applies the wealth of knowledge that is available through the Bible; and which seeks education, not just for success in the world in which we live, but also for eternity. HCS welcomes those who desire to be a part of this community.
HCS students are asked to live by the HCS 4 Rs:
- Respect – show respect to others, to yourself, to the school, to your parents, to your community
- Responsibility – take responsibility for your actions; you are the Captain Of Your Ship
- Resilience – move forward constantly in your actions, your academics, your walk with Jesus and your relationship with others
- Reverence – show reverence to God in all aspects of your life, from how you treat the amazing body he gave you, the words you use, the life you live, and your communication with your Creator
Why Hoover Christian School?
Students at Hoover Christian School benefit from a low student-teacher ratio, a tradition of academic success, excellent teachers, and a safe environment. But it is the emphasis on eternal values that elevates our program beyond that of a good school; we see ourselves as providing a
continuation of the ministry of Jesus Christ, the Great Teacher. Jesus was also the Ideal Student. It was said of him that he “kept on growing wiser and more mature, and in favor with God and his fellow man” Luke 2:52 (NIV). That is our goal for each child entrusted to our care.
HCS education process desires to educate the balanced, whole student–mind, body and spirit. “Higher than the highest human thought can reach is God’s ideal for His children.” Education, p. 18. Physical activity and healthful living are seen as being an essential part of a student’s
development. A positive spiritual attitude is also necessary to prepare one’s mind to grasp wisdom. “I am the LORD your God, who teaches you how to succeed, who leads you in the way you should go.” Isaiah 48:17 (NET) This holistic approach is not meant to diminish academic importance, but rather to advance the learning process and better prepare each student to achieve
his or her full potential in Christ. In this process we encourage respect for others and self.