Heights Christian Schools admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. We welcome your family!
Our school is an independent, non-profit religious corporation in the State of California. Our total support comes from the tuition and fees collected from our enrolled families. Registration for the upcoming school year begins in early February. New families are encouraged to register early to secure a spot.
WELCOME TO HCS
Welcome to the Heights Christian Schools Family! On behalf of our entire ministry, I would like to personally thank you for partnering with us in the spiritual and educational future of your child. At Heights Christian Schools, our mission is to lead children and their families into a relationship with Jesus Christ, equipping them in heart and mind to influence the world for God’s Kingdom. We seek to educate students to know Christ personally, excel academically, think biblically, and positively impact their communities for Christ. We consider it an honor to work side by side with you.
It is our goal to give your child the best educational experience, teach them to love learning, provide them with ample opportunities to find and use their talents and strengths, and to prepare them to be life-long learners. We want our students to know how greatly they are loved by the Lord our God, and to desire to share their faith with others, and to serve Him with their lives. To that end, I encourage you to become an active part of our school community. We want to support your family as well as the individual child through these important years together and look forward to getting to know you!
- Kelly Beckert, Superintendent of Schools
Jackson had been in and out of several schools in the public sector over the past four years because of his special learning needs. When Jackson’s mom found Heights Christian Schools, she realized that Heights was one of the few private schools equipped to meet his specific learning needs. However, she didn’t think private education was a possibility. When she received the news that Jackson was eligible to receive financial aid, she cried a sigh of relief. Jackson has now been with Heights for over a year and is in a great routine, achieving things he never could in public schools, and is making life-long friends at school.
Miriam was the target of bullying at her old school, and went from loving school and receiving academic awards, to dreading the thought of attending each day. For Miriam’s mom, having a CHOICE about what was best for Miriam was so important, and the safe and nurturing environment at Heights, was an answer to her prayers. As a single mom, she never considered private education, but thanks to the generosity of friends of HCS, a scholarship was offered. Now at Heights for over two years, Miriam has regained her confidence, discovered her love of acting, and even got the lead in the school play!