LEARNING FROM HISTORY
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Samaria's 1st Place regional triathlon finish for her age group in Tampa, Florida, qualified her for the USA Track and Field's Junior Olympics in Eugene, Oregon, where she earned 4th Place. Congratulations, Samaria!
Years of hard work is paying off for rising 7th grader Colton Kelly, who recently finished in 1ST PLACE in his Light 160 Class and 4TH PLACE in his Sr Honda Class at a NATIONAL RACE in Portland. Congratulations, Colton!
On Friday evening, May 19, our 26th graduating class received their diplomas. We are celebrating with them and thanking God for His blessings on the Class of 2023.
Class Verse: Proverbs 4:23, "Above all else guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it."
* 141 college received acceptances from more than 60 schools, bringing the complete list of schools accepting HCA grads to over 200.
* HCA continues to maintain 100% college acceptance rate.
* The Class of 2023 earned a record-breaking total of over $5.5 million in college scholarships, averaging over $293,000 per graduate.
The annual induction ceremony for the HCA Chapter of the National Honor Society was held on May 4, recognizing six sophomore inductees. Thank you to our sponsor Carla Read for her diligent work with the NHS and an excellent job of preparation for this impressive event.
Sophomore Inductees, left to right: Grady Manley, Macie Collum, Sophia Bronosky, Sade Kangas, Kayl Latimer, Clayton Stifflemire
Senior Officers, left to right: Bailee Tatonetti, Allie Read, Max Pridgen, Andrew Stephens
Congratulations to all of our high school art students who completed in the GAPPS State Visual Arts Competition on Thursday, April 27. Out of the seven qualified art pieces represented by HCA, four of them placed in the top four of their respective categories! Well done, Hawks!!
Brandon Hawkinson - 2nd Place Sculpture
Macie Collum - 3rd Place Expressing Faith
Sophia Bonosky - 4th Place Digital Illustration
Emily Schulz - 4th Place Black/White Photography
On Thursday, April 13, 25 of our HCA art students entered 30 pieces in 12 different events at the GAPPS Regional Art Competition. Ten of those submissions placed in the top four of their respective events! All high school students who placed at the Region Competition qualified to compete at the state level in Macon on April 27. Congratulations to all of our participants, and to Mrs. Chaney Billips for her excellent work with our students!
Brandon Hawkinson - 1st Place Sculpture
Roman McIntire - 1st Place Mixed Media
Emily Schulz - 1st Place Black/White Photography
Sophia Bronosky - 2nd Place Mixed Media, 3rd Place Digital Illustration
Macie Collum - 2nd Place Expressing Faith
Riley Laird - 2nd Place Color Photography
Emma Toups - 2nd Place Printmaking
Ty Dunlap - 4th Place Color Drawing
Hailey Nguyen - 4th Place Mixed Media
Each year, our HCA 6th graders choose some of their favorite historical figures to research and portray for what has become an extraordinary display. On Thursday, April 6, all of their hard work and creativity came to life at our annual 6th Grade Wax Museum. Great work, everyone!
For the past two years, HCA has been voted a Best of Georgia® winner in Georgia Business Journal's annual readers' poll. In the category of "Best Private Schools," Harvester was voted a regional winner in 2021. And during the 2022-23 school year, HCA was one of six schools selected as a STATE winner for this same category!
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HCA recently received "BEST SCHOOLS" ranking for the FOURTH STRAIGHT YEAR! Harvester is once again the #1 ranked school in Douglas County. In addition, HCA achieved an overall Niche grade of A! We are truly grateful for God's blessings on our School!